Binuro refers to a Filipino cooking term that uses salt as a preservative or using salt to preserve food. As in, Burong Mustasa or preserved mustard greens or Burong Talangka, preserved crabs, a small variety of crab which can be harvested in rice fields or rivers
Other /More definition:

Binuro is the Filipino term which means "to pickle", "to salt" or "to ferment". Examples of Filipino food which are pickled or fermented are Binurong Talangka (fermented shore crabs) and Burong Mustasa (pickled mustard leaves)

Related Articles

Buro ■■■■■■■■■■
Buro is the Filipino word for "pickled" or "fermented". Just putting the food which is to be pickled/fermented . . . Read More
Dahon ng saging ■■■■■■
Dahon ng saging: Dahon ng saging is a Filipino term which means " - ; banana leaves". Dahon is a Filipino . . . Read More
Halo-Halo ■■■■■
Halo-halo literally means, "mix-mix" and it is just what is it called - a mixture of sweetened fruits . . . Read More
Hapunan ■■■■■
Hapunan is a Filipino term which means dinner or supper. Similar to the tanghalian, a typical hapunan . . . Read More
Alisan ng buto ■■■■■
 ; - Alisan ng buto is a Filipino term which means to pit or to remove the seeds, particularly of fruits . . . Read More
Svezzato ■■■■■
Svezzato is the Italian term for "weaned", in cooking, it refers to weaned baby lamb or newly born pig . . . Read More
Nilagang mais ■■■■■
Nilagang mais is a Filipino term which means boiled fresh corn; - - Fresh corn is cooked by immersing . . . Read More
Siomai ■■■■■
Siomai refers to Filipino version of dumplings. They are made from ground pork sometimes with additional . . . Read More
Cure ■■■■■
Cure means treating food for preservation by smoking, pickling, Corning or salt curing. Tocino a Filipino . . . Read More
Baon ■■■■■
Baon refers to a Filipino word that means a food packed from home to be taken to work, school, picnic, . . . Read More