n.1.Same as Agar-agar.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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This was followed by two Tausug specialties: Agal-agal, which is made of seaweed, green mango and toasted coconut; and Piyanggang Manuk, my favorite because of its sauce of burnt coconut milk.
Agal-Agal is a local term in the Sulu archipelago, which means seaweed.
Tawi-Tawi's culture, adorned with intrigue and allure, was showcased through a vibrant celebration that culminated this year's Kamarhardikaan sin Tawi-Tawi, a celebration of the province's 44th founding anniversary, which coincides with the Agal-Agal Festival.
Just when I was starting to conclude that most of the Philippine festivals are starting to look and feel the same, the Agal-Agal Festival left me a different vibe.
The Agal-Agal Festival was first started during the term of Gob.
The event coincides with the Agal-Agal Festival or the Seaweed Festival which pays tribute to one of the country's top produce, seaweeds.