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jonathan ricohermoso

pd po help ned q lang po kc ng history ng salted egg .. pd po bang matulongan nyo me...
gumagawa po kc ako ng business plan e ..salted egg po ang fiel q forward noy naman po yong business plan

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johnz

more amazing photos Sidney

rach

Thanks Sidney for sharing this process. I think your blog is really very informative and I'm sure many of your posts can be used as reference for education. Keep up the good work!

sexy mom

information doubled with pictures - and what do you get? sidney's creations! makes learning interesting. oh! if this were the way classroom teaching is done...

anyway, at what point are the eggs painted red? i wonder.

Laurie

I love this series on the eggs. They seem like such an integral part of life there. So very interesting and documented so very well through your photos.

bw

Sidny - ought to have your own show much like teh TV show " HOW DO THEY DO THAT?" :) Educational indeed :)

SD

Nice work, I like how you tell stories of local scenes and bring them to the world through your photographs and the internet.

It seems like kind of a dreary place to work.

Otto K.

Wonderful set, Sidney. I learn so much here. :)

Claude

Cool reportage, Sidney! Very nice series.

Mike Dougan

So the eggs are un-cooked when they are salted? or does the salting process turn them into hard eggs?
Very interesting series of images! quite amazed at what effort goes into those salted eggs.

Ruth

Does that give them time to be a bit fermented too? The guys look as though they enjoyed helping you photograph this series of photos.

clarence

Can I order some of these? I'd like to try some.

Gary

very informative as always,eggs in mud and salt, they must have an "earthy" taste

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Sheesh doesn't look like the most hygienic of procedures but hell I'd still eat them! Phil

RennyBA

As always amazing and interesting Sidney - you capture them so well - thanks for sharing:-)

vina

hmmm...i guess it helps that their sweat is mixed in as well. hehe.

Chris Vallancourt

I certainly admire your willingness to photograph where others might not tread.

fabrizio

very nice serie! a impressive reportage!

Regis

This serie is amazing ! The first pics where they have their arms in the mixture are just tremendous.

ChickyBabe

I love this series! We get to see behind the scenes.

henri

Et l'hygiène?
Bonne journée ;-)

missy

Have you tried them yourself?

Gérard Méry

I did not know this way of preparing eggs a discovery

Daniel

That's interesting, I would love to taste all these different eggs. Not so sure about the baluts though.
There seems to be a great variety, compared to our pickled eggs in Europe.

Great photos and descriptions, as usual!

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