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Bunga Telang Series (4): The Refreshing and healthy Telang drinks

A cup of telang tea is priced at around Rp. 30,000 – 40,000 in certain coffee shops. Enjoy it with ...[More]

Bunga Telang Series (3): Here's How to grow Telang at Home!

Along with its lovely looks, this blue bunga telang is also good for our health. For this reason, telang are ...[More]

Bunga Telang Series (2): Often seen around us, it has superb medicinal properties

Do you often see bunga telang? Telang (Clitoria ternatea L., also known in English as Bluepea, Butterfly Pea or Asian ...[More]

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Gembili, Your Natural & Antioxidant-Rich Rice Substitute

There are many types of tubers in Indonesia and not all are popular among the people. All in all, among ...[More]

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Ganyong, the Forgotten Carbohydrates-rich Rice Substitute

tuber. This plant, which is widely cultivated in Central Java, East Java, Yogyakarta, Jambi, Lampung, and West Java, has the ...[More]

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Rice Substitutes Series: “Sukun, a Staple Food in Polynesia”

Sukun (Artocarpus altilis) is well known in more than 90 tropical countries in the world, including Indonesia. The widespread distribution ...[More]

Not Only Refreshing, Kolang-kaling is Also Healthy

Kolang-kaling comes from the seeds of the aren (Arenga pinnata). In Indonesia, the tree has several names, including ‘hana’, ‘pululuk, ...[More]

Brambang Asem, A Healthy Solo Salad with a Refresing Sambal Dressing

If you live outside of Solo (Surakarta) areas, you probably did not know a menu called brambang asem. The more ...[More]

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Come, Enjoy the Yummy Grontol Jagung at Pasar Gede Solo

Grontol jagung is a dish made from boiled peeled-corn, sprinkled with grated coconut and a little salt on top. The ...[More]

The Philosophy of Polo Kependem for the Javanese Society & Its Benefits for the Human Body

There are various polo kependhem, such as cassava, sweet potato, uwi (Dioscorea alata), gembili (Dioscorea esculenta), suwek (Amorphophallus paeoniifolius), taro, ...[More]