How to Cook Ginataan Bilo-bilo, a Filipino sweet soup snack

7 thoughts on “How to Cook Ginataan Bilo-bilo, a Filipino sweet soup snack”

  1. In Pilipino, it actually kakanin . Then bilo-bilo was derived from bilog-bilog- to describe a round object or in this case to describe a process of making a round ball shaped object but it is not a ball.

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