Cassava is a term for bulbous plants whose leaves can be used as vegetable ingredients and the tubers can be consumed. Apart from that, cassava also refers to sweet potatoes, and there are several types of cassava that are widely known, namely: Cassava or cassava or cassavaSweet potato or sweet potato or yam

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Banana is the general name given to large herbaceous plants with large, elongated leaves that grow directly from the stem. Banana stems are soft because they are formed from a layer of soft and long midrib. Slightly hard stems are at ground level. Bananas have stemmed leaves that are scattered and easily torn with a tapered stem. The…

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Durian is the edible fruit of several species of trees belonging to the genus Durio. There are about 30 recognized Durio species, and nine of them produce edible fruit. Durio zibethinus, native to Borneo and Sumatra, is the only species available on the international market. This fruit has more than 300 varieties in Thailand and 100 in Malaysia…

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Coconut, with the Latin name Cocos nucifera, is the sole member of the Cocos family of the Arecaceae tribe. The meaning of coconut can refer to the whole coconut tree, seeds, or fruit, which botanically is a fruiting tree, not a nut tree. The term comes from the 16th century Portuguese and Spanish words, coco meaning “head” or…

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Salak (Salacca zalacca) 

Salak (Salacca zalacca) is a species of palm tree (family Arecaceae) native to Java and Sumatra in the Republic of Indonesia. The fruit is cultivated in other parts of Indonesia as a food crop, and is naturalized in Bali, Sulawesi, Maluku, Timor, and Lombok. Salak (Salacca glabrecens) is drawn and printed on a Malaysian postage stamp, which was…

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Rice with Latin Oryza sativa is one of the most important cultivated plants in human civilization. Although it refers to a type of cultivated plant, padi is also used to refer to several types of the same genus (genus), which are commonly referred to as wild rice. Rice is thought to have come from India or Indochina and…

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