Dried fish, also known as "bulad," is a traditional Filipino delicacy made by sun-drying fish. The fish is cleaned and salted before being left to dry in the sun for several days. The drying process removes the moisture from the fish, making it a great source of protein that can be stored for long periods of time. Dried fish has a distinct, strong flavor and aroma that is a favorite among Filipinos. It can be eaten as is or cooked in a variety of dishes such as sinigang or adobo. Bulad is a good source of protein and healthy omega-3 fatty acids and is a traditional food for many people in Philippines.
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