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Alternative to pork kini-ing offered
by Press release

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – A new dish that can serve as an alternative to pork for the kini-ing or smoked meat is being introduced by the town of Bakun, Benguet.

Kini-ing chicken is one of the town’s featured items in the agri-tourism fair that opened last week.

“A resident of Gambang village tried it and introduced it to the municipal hall and in a snap, it was sold out,” Bakun Councilor Edgar Ognaden said.

“He introduced it and when we tasted, it was good. It is now regularly being sold at the municipal hall canteen,” Ognaden said.

The agri-fair is one of the activities of the Adivay Festival and 119th Foundation anniversary of Benguet.

“It is a blockbuster product. Some buy it because they are curious while others want it because it is chicken,” he said.

“We have enough until the last day of the event,” Ognaden said, adding they brought the product to the event as an alternative to pork, in the wake of the African swine fever scare.

Ognaden said kini-ing is added to the pinikpikan, a delicacy in the region.

It is also used to add flavor to vegetables.

“For those who do not eat pork, this can replace the taste we are looking for when we eat pinikpikan,” Ognaden said.


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