The first time I step out of the multi-cab, it’s a small jeep; Kiping was the one thing that catches my attention. We were in the
in , I was ready to explore and
wonder the might Falls but before that, I indulged in Kiping. It’s a local
delicacy, made with cassava flour. When I learned it was made of cassava, my
first reaction was it could taste a bit bitter. But to my surprise the taste of
cassava couldn’t be detected by my taste bud. Crunchy, thin crisp with Coconut
spread. I love it, wanted to bring some to Camiguin Island Manila but they have no special packaging to
keep it crisp. What I did was just enjoy it in the island. If some of you would
like it to be your pasalubong, u could bring your own zip lock bag and put it
in a box. Aside from Lansones and Pastel, Kiping definitely added fun to our Camiguin tour.
Taste and enjoy it while you are in the island.