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Danggit is the local Philippine name for a fish also known the rabbitfish or spinefoot (part of the Siganus family). Other local names include samaral, taragbago, kitang, or tabago. It can be eaten fresh or dried; dried and salted danggit is a popular Filipino food and is well known as a product of Cebu. When fried, it becomes crispy, and is often eaten dipped in vinegar (sukang pinakurat).
- Cebu's Best Danggit.
- Cebu Website (accessed on February 15, 2008).
- Market Manila (accessed on February 15, 2008).
- Extra Rice (accessed on February 18, 2008).