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Street Food: Taho

By Synzmemoir @synzmemoir
Street Food: Taho Taho is very common here in the Philippines. According to Wikipedia 'Tahô is a Philippine snack food made of fresh soft/silkentofu, arnibal (brown sugar and vanilla syrup), and pearl sago (similar to pearl tapioca).'
Street Food: Taho This guy right here is our favorite Taho vendor, which we call "suki". We've been buying taho from him since  my high school days. He never misses to pass by our house everyday and shout "TAHO!!!". 
Street Food: Taho Caitlin, my cousin, who happens to be a big fan of food, prepared her own taho. Don't worry, she ask permission from our Suki. 
Street Food: Taho This is taho's main ingredient, fresh soft tofu. This is processed to a consistency that is very similar to a very fine custard. It usually taste bland because it lack sugar. 
Street Food: Taho Pearl sago, and melted brown sugar with vanilla, are then added to the processed tofu to give its delicious taste. When it comes to Taho, I want it a little sweet, so I ask the vendor to add a couple of teaspoons of melted brown sugar.
Street Food: Taho This is children's favorite snack. Taho is rich in protein, which makes it nutritious. A cup of taho usually cost P5 or P10 each. 

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