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Pre-war Pan de Sal

What makes this pan de sal interesting is the "prefix" pre-war that got me very curious then when Deco's Lapaz batchoy started offering them years ago, along side with another iconic bread - pan de sal ni Pa-a. It was only during the 70's that the sweet kind of pan de sal came to the gastronomic consciousness of the Filipinos.
Good thing that there are still bakeries here in Iloilo that makes the original pan de sal and among them is the Los Filipinos Bakery along Iznart Street across the Iloilo Central market. Each costs PhP 1 and it is among the most compact pan de sals I've tried and perfect with soups like Lapaz batchoy.

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