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    Default “Jaja Lempog” as traditional Balinese cookies

    Jaja Lempog, known among Balinese as traditional cookies of brownish red color, delicious and rather sweet taste, are available everywhere and are simple to prepare.
    Healthy people may eat them in ample without any danger of being ill. Rural communities, especially in the Tabanan Regency are accustomed to drink coffee with a prerequisite of accompaniment of lempog cookies.
    Such a coffee drinking habit is also common during rainy days, with a stimulating effect on job performance. Peasants having a lot to do in tilling rice fields, sometimes carry a supply of lempog cookies, sometimes functioning as rice.
    The cookies can retain freshness for a long time and capable of supplying energy to men even those performing hard work during common efforts of physical spending such as in plowing rice fields, rice planting, communal work engaging many people.
    In such work, lempog cookies should be cut into smaller parts, each of which is added with grated coconut already mixed with the salt. So, the cake is ready for the table. For consumption by children, the cake should be added with coconut sugar.

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    Default RE: “Jaja Lempog” as traditional Balinese cookies

    "Healthy people may eat them in ample without any danger of being ill"

    - that's really nice, but hardly a selling point..

    ct

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    Default RE: “Jaja Lempog” as traditional Balinese cookies

    lol

    very funny, thanks baliniku + balilife :lol:

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