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TAGALOG/LOCAL NAMES ENGLISH & OTHER REGIONAL NAMES Alakaak Tuel, balat, dulama Croaker Alumahan Tuna, tambacol, tanigi, tanigigi Long-jawed Mackerel Apahap Katuyot, matang-pusa, mangagat Sea bass; bulgan (Negros); Barramundi (Australia) Asohos Whiting Bakoko Sea bream, reddish variety or sweet lips; related to snapper, with a smaller mouth; passed off as grouper (lapu-lapu) Ba˝gus Milkfish Bisugo Threadfin bream Betilya Emperor, white snapper; passed off as maya-maya Blue marlin / Royal blue marlin Swordfish (billfish) Chabita Hiwas, Isabita, Bilong-bilong, Tahas Moonfish Dagum-dagum Kabayo-kabayohan Seahorse Dalag Mud fish Dalagang bukid (Lapas, morong, boyoyod) Yellow tail fusilier Danggit Rabbit fish with white dots Dapa Indian halibut or tongue sole Dilis (Bulinau, silag, bombra, sibuyan) Anchovy Dorado or kabayo Mahi-mahi, dolphin fish Duhol Sea snake Espada Beltfish Galunggong Hard-tail mackerel (galunggong babae); round scad (galunggong lalaki), muro-aji in Japan. Gindara Oil fish (escolar); two types: smooth-skinned and rough-skinned, the latter with a higher oil content; for both, servings of more than 6 oz or 150 g may cause bothersome loose oily stools, for which it has been referred to as "xenical' fish. A good "colon-cleansing" fish, but a traveler's nightmare, a fish to avoid if travel is contemplated in a day or two. Hasa-hasa Short-bodied mackerel Haol-haol Bilis, Tamban-tuloy Sardines Hito Catfish Isdang lawin Flying fish Japayuki Mackerel Kanduli Salmon catfish Labahita (Mangadlit, isdang ilong, pulang ikog) Surgeon fish or unicorn fish Lapu-lapu Bato-bato Kulapo, Kakab Grouper Loro Parrot fish, brightly colored with beak-shaped mouth Malasugui Black or white marlin Maming Wrasse Matang baka Purse-eyed scad Matang-dagat Tilefish Matumbok Sailfish Maya-maya (Bambangon, matangal, alsis) Red snapper Pagi Manta orsting ray Palos Eel Pampano Apahan, damis lawin, pulang buntot Pomfret, silver or black Pla-pla Tilapia bigger than 1 kg Sapsap Hiwas, Laway-laway Small flat fish, Ponyfish Salay-salay Pampano, Apahay, Tarakitok Smooth-tailed trevally Sinarapan Mistichthys Luzonensi, world's smallest edible fish Talakitok Tambakol Tulingan, barilis, talingay Skipjack tuna Tamban Sardinella TanguingueTangi,Tanige Spanish mackerel; kingfish (U.S.); a bigger variety is called wahoo. Tawilis Herring;

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A foreigner in the Philippines asks me, why Bangus is the national fish when it tastes firm and has a lot of difficult intermuscular small bones? He says people should hate this kind of fish.

I couldn't give a convincing answer.

Anyone?
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A foreigner in the Philippines asks me, why Bangus is the national fish when it tastes firm and has a lot of difficult intermuscular small bones? He says people should hate this kind of fish.

I couldn't give a convincing answer.

Anyone?
i think bro dods, maraming klaseng luto ang magagawa natin sa bangus kaya naging national fish natin to:

(teka bro, san ba sya kamo kumain at anong luto? ahihii)

siningang
inihaw
relyeno
sardines
paksiw
dinengdeng
adobo
prito
daing
smoked fish
lumpiang bangus
cardillo
bangus nilagpang - dish from Western Visayas Region VI. Broiled milkfish, tomatoes and onions with spices.
creamy bangus in blanket - cooked bangus in coconut milk and stuffed with bagoong mixture
Bangus Belly ala Pobre - marinated and fried milk fish bellies
totsong bangus - fried milk fish cooked in soy sauce and vinegar.

eto din na reserched ko bro:

Bangus or Milkfish (Chanos chanos)

Deboned milkfish, or "boneless bangus," has become popular in stores and markets because milkfish is known for being bonier than other food fish in the Philippines. Bangus is a popular table fare among Filipinos. To the biologist, it is a naturally strong fish since it is capable in adapting and thrives even in the limited, unusual environment of the fishpond. This feature is not frequently found in most other fish class.

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