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Table 1 The table shows the tabular summary of the research evidences and tools as aligned to the theoretical frameworks. The table highlights that the evidences are divided into three major groups: physical, oral, and documentary/archival. Each group of evidences hast its research tools and materials/instrumentation. All of the process on how to gather the needed information are based from the theoretical frameworks used in the international and national perspectives. These frameworks are also used to different researches published that concentrates on food and food heritage (conceptualized by the authors)

From: Ysla de Panciteria: a preliminary study on the culinary heritage significance of pancit using the heritage documentation approach—the case of Luzon Island, Philippines

Research evidenceResearch toolsResearch materialsAlignment to the theoretical frameworks
PhysicalObservation and documentationDocumentation template for culinary heritage (see attachment)2003 UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage [3], Australia ICOMOS Burra Charter for Places of Cultural Significance [30], Republic Act No. 10066 [31], and the Culinary Mapping [32]
OralIn-depth interviewQuestionnaire (see attachment)2003 UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage [3]
Documentary/archivalReadings from primary and secondary references-o-Australia ICOMOS Burra Charter for Places of Cultural Significance [30] and the Culinary Mapping [32]