HOW DO YOU SAY RICE?

Sawah - rice paddy
Padi - harvested rice still on the stalk
Jijih - unhulled rice
Beras - hulled uncooked rice
Nasi - cooked rice
Bubur - rice porridge
CUT AND PASTE

Base Gede can be translated as grand spice paste, and is the basis for some of Bali's most famous dishes. A good base gede comprises not less than 25 ingredients, ranging from the pedestrian (garlic, for example) to the incendiary (hot chilies, seeds and all) to the obscure (the bark of a sweet flag tree, and the resin of the styrar benzoin tree).
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HOW DO YOU SAY EAT?

Marayunan - when addressing a priest
Rayunan - when addressing a Brahman or nobleman
Ngajeng - when addressing an elevated commoner
Madaar - when addressing any commoner
Ngamah - when referring to an animal
And you thought English speakers needed a large vocabulary!
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