They found out that the “kutsinta” has been produced by an entrepreneur for over 40 years now in her backyard using a traditional grinding stone or “gilingan”. Inspired by such discovery, Dinio,
Complimenting the existing Kakaninderia as distribution and retail establishment that sells “kakanin” and other local products, the online version www.kakaninderia.com was put up by the three excited graduate students to expand the market reach of these products.
Though the products offered are limited to the best from small “kakanin” producers of Imus,
The “kakanin” includes “kutsinta” (red rice cake), “pitchi-pitchi” (ground cassava cake), “sapin-sapin” (three-layered rice cake), “pinipig pitchi-pitchi”, “empanada”, and Don Roberto’s Mango Wine. Orders are currently limited to customers within
Those toying on the idea of ordering and tasting these “kakanin” are in for a gastronomic surprise for they are to have a share of this “bite idea.”