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Suman Malagkit Filipino Kakanin rice cake

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Suman Malagkit Filipino Kakanin rice cake
Suman Malagkit Filipino Kakanin rice cake
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Suman Malagkit is made of sticky rice, Coconut milk add white sugar according to your taste wrapped tightly banana leaf, then boiled, Suman is a delicious Filipino Kakanin
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