Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Life in the slums of Manila can be incredibly difficult, and putting food on the table every day is a big challenge.
Thatâ€™s what makes â€œpagpagâ€� so popular. This term usually refers to the dust one shakes out of clothing or carpets, but in the slums it means meat picked out of the landfill, cleaned and recooked into cheap meals.
Pagpag has long been a staple of Filipino slum cuisine, but in recent years it has also become a lucrative business both for landfill scavengers and small restaurant owners who buy the discarded meat at cheap prices and recycle it into various dishes.
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