|Place of origin||Philippines|
|Region or state||Cordillera highlands|
|Main ingredients||pork blood|
Pinuneg is a Filipino blood sausage originating from the Kankanaey people. It is made with pork blood, chopped innards, salt, red onions, ginger, and garlic stuffed into a casing made from pork large intestines. It is traditionally prepared during pig sacrifice ceremonies.
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