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Sagana Dried Salted Rabbitfish (Danggit)

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Dried Salted Rabbitfish (Danggit) by Sagana - Discontinued Soon

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Sagana Brand Dried Salted Rabbitfish (Danggit)

Danggit, also known as rabbitfish, is a popular Filipino dried fish delicacy that is known for its unique taste and crispy texture. Made from fresh rabbitfish that are split open, cleaned, salted, and sun-dried until golden brown, danggit is a staple in many Filipino households and is often served for breakfast with garlic fried rice and eggs. Rich in protein and omega-3 fatty acids, danggit is a healthy and flavorful addition to any meal.

Net Weight 100g.

Product of the Philippines.

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