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The return of Bali’s lost ‘superfood’

Traditionally, most Balinese family compounds were protected with a moringa tree. It was a highly nutritious food, medicine and a magical talisman all rolled into one. Over the course of recent decades, it came to be considered as merely peasant food – and as part of old mystical superstitions. However, during the Covid-19 pandemic, as…
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Suriname: Why are Javanese foods such as soto and pecel so popular and accepted in Suriname?

BBC NEWS INDONESIA Sellers of fried rice, fried noodles, spring rolls, soto, and ice dawet at Saoenah Market, Paramaribo, Suriname. This market is also known as Java Market. Saoenah Market (sometimes written Saoena) in Paramaribo, Suriname, has another name: Java Market. As the name implies, every Sunday the market becomes a meeting place for Javanese…
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Mie Bakso: Rice noodle soup with meatballs

Method Step 1To make the stock, combine the beef bones and 2 litres/2 quarts of water in a stockpot and bring to a boil. Drain, then rinse the bones. This assures a clear broth. Step 2In the same stockpot, combine the bones, garlic, celery, nutmeg, salt and pepper. Add 2 litres/2 quarts of water and…
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