Kinihad Literally means "sliced" rooting from the word Kihad meaning "slice". This is toasted bread cut into bite size portions minus butter and sugar. Likewise, Kinihad are thin slices of toasted bread much like Biscochos, but without the butter and sugar. Kinihad is the local product from Bacolod and Iloilo in the Visayas Island of the Philippines

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