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glutinous

[′glüt·ən·əs]
(botany)
Having a sticky surface.
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Lucban's booth is a medley of influence -- the food that can only be found in the town and its colorful San Isidro Pahiyas Festival, easily recognized with their vibrant kipings (leaf-shaped wafer made from glutinous rice) hanging on the doorway.
He said the donation sourced from 80,000 bags of smuggled glutinous rice seized by the bureau, adding Customs is ready to donate more confiscated goods if the DSWD is allowed to accept them.
Combine glutinous rice powder with sugar in a bowl.
Visayas State University of Leyte presented Sweet Dessert Red Wine from Mixture of Taro and Black Glutinous Rice and the Macapuno Hybrids.
The Thai-style sweet zongzi are stuffed with glutinous rice mixed with coconut milk, which is quite different from those generally made in Taiwan.
"Making lemang using the traditional way can be strenuous, especially when the mixture between the glutinous rice and coconut milk is not right and it can result in your lemang to be either uncooked or over-cooked.
IF you want your Chinese New Year celebration on February 5 to be more than just your usual fare of glutinous rice cakes and longevity noodles, we have a few marvelous suggestions.
He said a dish of glutinous rice and meat rendang also marked the special day.
The purple, glutinous dish is a traditional part of Hawaiian cuisine, sold at grocery stores and served in homes and restaurants statewide.
In Southeast Asia especially in northern and northeastern of Thailand, Laos, and some parts of Vietnam, people consume glutinous or sticky rice as the main meal.
Some of the dishes include mie goreng (spicy fried noodle), nasi lemak (rice cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaves), satay (skewered chicken or beef served with peanut sauce), and pulut kuning (yellow glutinous rice cooked in coconut milk served with beef or chicken rendang), among others.
The world is in such a mess Through war and world wide deprivation, People starve and die through thirst While some live lavishly on a glutinous abundance Apathy prevails, we ignore the signs, Our heads are buried in the sand, Man made pollution poison and kill, The creatures of the sea, Animals are hunted to extinction, Mass destruction of forests, And in cities we can hardly breath, The air contaminated with deadly fumes; Birds fall dead from the sky and to all this We commit mans greatest crime, We turn a blind eye.