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  1. Bibingkang malagkit ang panlaban dyan sa Mango sticky rice. Lalo na pag magaling ung pagkakagawa nung nilalagay ibabaw.

  2. Anyone else noticed the position of the Philippine flag in the end? Are we in a state of war right now?

    Anyways, lumpia for the win! eats lumpia for dinner

  3. Both the Philippines and Thailand have versions of the food in this video. Thai spring rolls and Philippine mango sticky rice with chocolate. C'mon research people. Why buzzfeed? Both are southeast asian countries which share a lot of things in common.

    Another fact, Tagalog is one of the languages used in the Philippines and generally the basis for Filipino, one of the official languages of the country. English is the other official language. Other unofficial languages include Ilocano for Northern Luzon people; Cebuano for Visayan people and a number of other languages like Pangasinense for province of Pangasinan, Tausug for Southern Mindanao people, and etc.

  4. in the Philippines we have sticky rice to but we wraped it in banana leaf and steam it and we called it suman and its so slippery

  5. I both love Lumpia and Mango Sticky Rice but I think it's wrong to compare an appetizer to dessert because it's not even in the same category and they have a big difference in taste

  6. I can't say anything about the Phillipines because I haven't been there but I have had my share of Filipino food. Thailand has soooooo many things for comfort food. Almost everything sold at any major night market in terms of food is a on some level a comfort food. Of course this video is a bad representation of the diversity of foods in both countries.

  7. First of all, there's no actual competition since Sticky Rice + Mango is also a common food in the Philippines. I would say I could eat sticky rice either with mango or hot chocolate everyday, especially for breakfast rather than lumpia. There's also a type of sticky rice that is caramelized and calls it "Biko". Also other country in Southeast Asia has Spring Rolls though I'm not sure if they have the fried one.

  8. The Thai dish is commonly known in the Philippines as Puto Maya with Sikwate. The mango is just the dessert part of the dish

  9. The other differences of a Lumpia from a Chinese Springroll are that the former has a dipping sauce, their fillings (Lumpia has tons vs Chinese veggies mostly) and the wrappers' textures (crispy vs doughy).

  10. Philippines is a country in Asia that is like your cousin who was raised abroad… they started mixing asian and foreign things.

  11. I dunno man! But the best Mango I have tasted was from the islands of the Philippines. So if the mango from that sticky rice was from the Ph i'd be torn between the spring rolls and the mango sticky rice. No offense to my Thai people! I love you still!

  12. In my dad's province here in the philippines sticky rice and mangoes are also serve, which is considered as tradition.

  13. Sorry Aria, but lumpiais the best, you can pht anything in that crispy wrappers and it will be good, put those sticky rice and mango in that lumpia wrap, fry it, bam gonna be good anyway

  14. I hate it when i get excited when there's a lumpia & then go to eat it and….. it's vegetable lumpia. I always felt cheated

  15. The PH flag at the end, implies the country is at a state of war, it should’ve been displayed reversed where the blue is on the left side.

  16. The Philippines Flag is positioned wrong, the blue should be at the left. Also, I do understand the craving for lumpia πŸ˜† even though I love my mangoes too and I do like the mango sticky rice.

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  18. Lumpia is The Philippines's french fries but it's stuffed with meat and veggies which makes it a lot better than fries

  19. we also have sticky rice but its more like subtle taste with cocoa drink, mango and shave cocosugar on top omggg can't explain more.. huhuh

  20. no translation for congratulations in Filipino. instead, we say, "binabati kita" "maligayang bati" which means I greet you in your victory or good greetings.

  21. It's "LUMPIANG Shanghai". I feel really bad whenever I think this, so feel free to fight me 😭 But I hate it when Filipino-Americans don't get the words right. I know it's not their fault and some of them regret not knowing, too. But I just wish they'd do a little more research before publishing stuff :/ They at least owe that to the culture

  22. Mango and sticky rice is also a popular combo in the philippines…. its Suman and Mangga… it also has its own festival in the city of antipolo in the philipinnes… SUMAKA Festival…. SUman(sticky rice) MAngga(mango) KAsoy(cashew)

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