Tiwul, or Thiwul is the staple food rice substitute made ​​from cassava or cassava. Residents of South Mountain (Pacitan, Wonogiri, Gunung Kidul) is known to consume these foods daily.

Tiwul made ​​from cassava. As a staple food, it content
lower calorie than rice, but enough to meet as a food substitute for rice. Tiwul believed to prevent ulcer disease, stomach rumbling, and so forth. Tiwul has been used for some of the staple food of Indonesia's population during the occupation of Japan.


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