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Fig. 5

From: Traditional ecological knowledge on the slope of Mount Lawu, Indonesia: all about non-rice food security

Fig. 5

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A Offerings sent by each family. B Contents of offerings: 1. grilled tempe ‘fermentation soya’; 2. kolak ubi 'sweet potato cooked with coconut milk,' 3. botok ares ‘a side dish of banana hump (Caulis) which is seasoned and wrapped in leaves and then steamed'; 4. tumpeng nasi jagung 'cone-shaped corn rice'; 5. coconut milk; 6. kluwih soup (Artocarpus camansi) ‘cooked with spices and coconut milk’ and a half of boiled egg.

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