Bagoong is the Filipino term for fermented shrimps or fish, There are different varieties of Bagoong in the Philippines, the most well-known ones are Bagoong Alamang (fermented small shrimps), Bagoong Isda (fermented small fish), Bagoong Balayan (fermented fish from one place in Luzon famous for this fermented fish) and Bagoong Monamon (fermented anchovies). 

Some places around the Philippines have their own version of Bagoong. 

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