The last asinderos: Saving the dying culture of Bohol's Asin Tibuok | Look Through | Inquirer News

The last asinderos: Saving the dying culture of Bohol’s Asin Tibuok | Look Through

/ 12:00 PM March 01, 2023

In whichever cuisine, salt has become a staple in almost everyone’s kitchen. Alburquerque, a town in Bohol, lies a home for one of the world’s rarest salt, Asin Tibuok.

In this episode of #LookThrough, probes on how the last few families strive to preserve the flavors of tradition of the “dinosaur egg” artisan salt.



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