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Sugarcane as a snack: Pangos tubo.

Sugarcane is everywhere in Negros Occidental. The Bacolod Food Hunters spotted a boy enjoying an afternoon snack and just relaxing and doing some serious “Pangos tubo.”

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One Comment on “Sugarcane as a snack: Pangos tubo.”

  1. October 3, 2009 at 7:24 am #

    I’ve never realized how fortunate we are as Negrenses when it comes to sugarcanes. I remember when I was a kid, my friends just get sugarcanes for free from the sidewalks or sugarcane trucks. Then I came to Melbourne and saw that they sell sugarcanes (around 2 feet in length) in the mall’s food courts or markets for around $3! Why, that’s more than a hundred pesos! I was shocked!

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