KIMA COCKLE DISH
Kima is a type of sea cockle of various species. Among them are lapiran, bohe’, and sollot-sollot, all small in size and hiding in between rocks. Kima is a traditional food of the Bajau ethnicity that can be eaten raw (called inta) but has to be sliced and mixed with lime juice, chilies, and other spices. Kima can also be cooked with vegetables but has to be sundried beforehand.