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Lalab

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Lalab or lalap is a Sundanese raw vegetable salad served with sambal terasi. It originated from West Java, Indonesia. Originally, it was made from any available edible young leaves and raw vegetables known by Sundanese since ancient times. Today, though, most lalab consists of sliced cabbage, cucumbers, lettuce, green beans, yardlong beans, tomatoes, leunca, lemon basil, spinach, water spinach, cassava leaves, papaya leaves, chayote, and small, green eggplant. Sometimes, other exotic vegetables also are used, such as green, stinky petai and jengkol bean. Although most lalab vegetables are only washed in cold water and served raw, some boiled, steamed and fried variations are also available; for example, petai green beans can be served either raw or fried, while labu siam, water spinach and cassava leaves are usually served boiled.

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Google previewTraditional Dietary Culture Of S (2013)

by Matsuyama

The lalab is a name given mostly to various leaves and kernels ...

Google previewMansfeld's Encyclopedia of Agricultural and Horticultural Crops (2001)

(Except Ornamentals) by Peter Hanelt, Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research

Temu mangga, temu poh, temu lalab (Java); temu pauh (Malaysia); koneng joho, koneng pare (Sunda Isl.); khamin-khao (Thailand). Presumably native to Java and subsequently distributed to other areas. Cultivated in Indonesia, Malaysia, ...

Google previewSiamese-English Dictionary (2009)

by Edward Michell

de, house- tall grass used for roofing bolder lAlab. !8B) : - », „_ / jfp (khar) price — Ш ransom, debt.

Google previewThe Popular Dictionary in English and Hindustani and Hindustani and English (1881)

With a Number of Useful Tables by Thomas Craven

madrase se lalab p, w. llagiina. Grgfl, n. qalam; paiwand.

Google previewA Hindustani-English Law and Commercial Dictionary (1879)

by S W. Fallon

kaifiyat lalab k, v. a. To call for information, explanation, or report. kaifiydt kd *£Adnd,n.m.The column of ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Scientific Terms and Technological Expressions by W. M. Buchanan (1869)

by W. M. Buchanan

LAB'RADolt StoNE, erly called LaLAB'RADoRITE. brador Hornblende. It is found on the coast of Labrador, particularly on the island of St. Paul ; also in some parts of Europe. It is a variety of opaline felspar, distinguished by its reflecting very ...

Google previewTechnological Dictionary (1846)

Explaining the Terms of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Professions, and Trades by W. M. Buchanan

A mineral, formLAB'RADoR Stone, erly called LaLAB'RADoRITE. brador Hornblende. It is found on the coast of Labrador, particularly on the island of St. Paul ; also in some parts of Europe. It is a variety of opaline felspar, distinguished by its ...

Google previewOxford Dictionary of English (2010)

by Angus Stevenson

Arabic name l'lALAB.

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