About sukang ilokoEdit

To Ilocanos, their very own native vinegar or the locally known sukang iloko is one of the many staple cuisine products primarily because of its role in the Ilocano culture and history, particularly as their food condiment or food preservative. Sukang iloko, which is made from the naturally fermented sugar canes, has a strong, acidic scent and turbid color quality distinctive of other vinegars. Its unique taste complements mouth-watering delicacies such as adobo, paksiw, longganisa, and a perfect match for empanada.

A bottle of Sukang Iloko

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