Egg cane

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May 22, 2022

Egg cane (Saccharum edule) or called terubuk, and egg sugar cane are types of vegetables that are similar to sugar cane. The part of the plant that is used as a vegetable is the shoot. However, the flowers are also used as vegetables. However, the shoots look strange because once they are mature, the shoots swell. Once peeled, it turns out that the egg cane contains a kind of yellowish white tail, like a bunch of fish eggs. Therefore, it is called egg sugar cane (fish). In Indonesia, egg sugar cane is known by regional names such as tobu flower (Simalungun), sayor wax (Menad.), vegetable trubu (Maluku), tbu tělor, tubu tělor fish (Amb .), tobu flower (Lamp.), tiwu turubus, turubus (Sund.), těbu ndog (Jw.), bambiada (Talaud), bĕmbiadě(Sangi), patodo péha wěrè, péra pattern (Alf. Minah.), apiö (Baree), iwahu tona (Ser. U.), wahu usui (Ser. B.), uhu yane (Amahai), fish tobu, t. i. oso, tehu yan, t. oyan (Hila), tehuyan uhui (Har.), tehu yano, everyu uno (Ulias), tebiyane (Buru), dodilibu, idowau, idowaho, didiliutu (North page), idawaho (Tern.), dolawaho (Tid.) .

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