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Budbod Kabog in Catmon, Cebu
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  BUDBOD KABOG

  

  

  

Budbod Kabog - Sweet Bisayan delicacy made from

glutinous millet, rolled and steamed in banana leaves.

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is commonly referred to as “kabog” in the municipality

 is a small-seeded cereal plant known as millet in other countries.

  

  

  

NOT many Cebuanos know that budbud kabog originated in Catmon, northern Cebu,

and that makers of budbud kabog in other places are relatives of Catmon natives.

  

  

Kabog Plant

  

Long time ago in Catmon, Kabog plant or millet is abundantly grown in wild and natives

did not think that this little seed can be eaten.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Most of People who tastes it  considered this delicacy as finest type of kakanin in Philippines

 


 

Millet grew wild and in abundance Catmon’s mountains, mostly in Barangay Agsuwao.

Residents later cultivated the plant when they realized that its grains could be utilized for food.

Folklore has it that a farmer once discovered millet grass scattered on a cave floor in Barangay Agsuwao.

The cave bats (kabog in the native tongue) had the millet as food.

Thinking that the grass seeds could not be poison,

  

  

  

  

 

he cooked them but found his ingenious recipe to be coarse and bland in taste.

He then experimented by pounding the millet seeds before cooking,

and added sugar, making it delightful to the tongue.

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

Years after, people started cooking the seeds with sugar and coconut milk,

and wrapping it in banana leaves– which is now budbud kabog.

Residents say that the delicacy was first sold at a toll booth in Naghalin Bridge in Catmon,

with cockfight aficionados as buyers.

  

  

  

  

Budbod Kabog Festival

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

   

 

  

Today budbud kabog is very famous in Catmon town and every February 10 they have Festival known as

Budbog kabog Festival.

  

  

  

 
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