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common type of dry rice cake (jaja tuh) that is made from whole grain sticky rice (ketan) in the same fashion as when making begina
gipang is normally not colored and is shaped into cones, cylinders, and rectangular prisms before frying
it is normally intended to be eaten, rather than used as part of an offering
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