Kulawo refers to a ish from the Philippines, particularly from Laguna and Quezon Provinces which is made from banana heart mixed with the milk (called Gata in the Philippines) from coconut shreds cooked in charcoal. Kulawo has a smoky flavor and said to taste like smoked tuna

Kulwao is one of the native dishes which is seldom or not available in the Metropolitan areas in the Philippines, but is served in few Filipino native restaurants in Laguna and Quezon.

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