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  • A small amount is also used as a component for the preparation of traditional fermented foods such as oncom (fermented peanut presscake) and tempeh.

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  • She screamed as a shot shattered her rear window and she stamped on the accelerator, swinging out into traffic without checking the side mirror, clipping the headlight of an oncom - ing taxi.

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  • A significant amount of high-quality presscake constitutes the main ingredient in oncom (fermented groundnut presscake) preparation.

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  • With the exception of oncom and tape, most of these products are based on whole soybeans.

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  • These residues may be used singly (e.g., solid waste of tabu for black oncom preparation), or in combination (e.g., a combination of peanut presscake, solid waste of tahu, and solid waste of tapioca flour for red oncom preparation).

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  • Traditional fermented foods such as tempeh, oncom, tape, kecap, and taoco are widely consumed in Indonesia.

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  • Tape is fermented cassava or glutinous rice, whereas oncom is a fermented peanut/groundnut presscake or solid residue of tahu.

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  • Types tempe bongkrèk : made from or with coconut press cake tempe bosok (busuk) : rotten tempeh, used in small amounts as a flavouring tempe gembus tempe gembus : made from okara tempe gódhóng : tempeh made in banana leaves tempe goreng: deep-fried tempeh tempe mendoan tempe mendoan: raw-fried tempeh tempe kedelai: simply tempeh, made from soybeans tempe murni tempe murni : tempeh made in plastic wrap (lit. pure soybean cake) tempe oncom tempe oncom : also onchom; made from peanut press cake; orange color; Neurospora sitophila

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  • As prolagus alludes, this is an oncomatopoeia.

    September 29, 2011

  • Om nom.

    September 29, 2011

  • A traditional Indonesian fermented food, commonly made with okara.

    Old spelling was ontjom.

    September 29, 2011