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Today I started to write about natural product. It's name called Rampe. A rampe bush can be found in almost every home in our country. Our villager is in the habit of plucking a leaf from his house even if he has a rump in the market or somewhere on the road where the rump is fertile. Like a Sri Lankan alienation that has been around for a long time. Bringing the rampe a little closer to the curry leaves makes the rampe especially fragrant. It is a well-known fact that when a piece of rice is cooked, it adds flavor as well as aroma.
The housewife has known for a long time that the use of rampe also helps to reduce the odor of some rice. So put a piece of rampe leaf in the rice and cook the rice. Then the stench of rice disappears. Especially since this is a fragrance. Rampe can be used to flavor food as well as to decorate the dining table. The location of the fairly large elongated leaves is a unique feature here.
The leaves are easy to create and are used to decorate dining tables. There are rampe, small trees as well as large trees. The real rampe here is the big trees that give it a deliciously sensual, delicate, flower-fruity scent. When tempering curries such as lentils and banana flowers add the chopped rum to the dough to give it a crunchy taste. This is one of the reasons why rampe have such a special place in the kitchen. If you can get flavors from a plant like rump in your backyard than the flavors on the market today, you will undoubtedly be able to live a healthier life. Rampe is also used as a medicine in traditional medicine due to its ability to absorb toxins.
When fried or heated in oil, it gives off a pungent aroma and taste. The rampe itself has a characteristic odor. It's appetizing. Rampe is used when cooking meat or fish curries. Rampe is also used in vegetables such as potato curry. Rampe can also be used after sun drying. Nowadays it is common to see a rump bush growing in most homes.