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Deutsch: Taro-Blätter / Español: Hojas de Taro / Português: Folhas de Taro / Français: Feuilles de Taro / Italiano: Foglie di Taro

Dahon ng Gabi in the food context refers to the leaves of the taro plant (Colocasia esculenta), commonly used in various cuisines around the world, particularly in Filipino cooking. Taro leaves are large, heart-shaped, and green, known for their ability to be cooked into a variety of dishes. They are often used in stews, curries, and as wrappers for steamed or baked dishes. Rich in vitamins and minerals, taro leaves must be cooked before consumption to eliminate oxalates, substances that can cause irritation and discomfort if ingested raw.

A doughnut, often spelled as donut, is a popular and delicious baked or fried pastry confection. These sweet treats are typically in the shape of a ring or a solid, filled circle, with a hole in the center. The doughnut is made from a sweet, leavened dough and can be coated in various toppings and glazes, making it a versatile dessert enjoyed by people of all ages worldwide.

Döner, also known as Doner/Doener, is a popular and flavorful dish that originated in Turkey but has gained worldwide recognition. It consists of thinly sliced, seasoned meat, typically cooked on a vertical rotisserie, and is often served in a flatbread or pita, accompanied by various toppings and sauces. Döner has become an iconic street food in many countries and is cherished for its delicious taste and convenience.

Day-Old chicken in the food context refers to very young chickens that are typically one day old or less. These chickens are often used in culinary preparations due to their tenderness and delicate flavor. While they are not commonly consumed as a standalone dish, day-old chickens serve as a versatile ingredient in various cuisines, particularly in dishes that require tender and flavorful meat. This article delves into the culinary applications, examples, and potential risks associated with day-old chicken, along with a popular recipe.

Day-Old (or Day Old) in the food context refers to baked goods, particularly bread and pastries, that are one day past their fresh production date. These items are often sold at a reduced price compared to their fresh counterparts due to their slightly decreased freshness. Day-old products are still edible and can be a cost-effective option for those looking to enjoy baked goods without paying full price.

Dulang is the Filipino term for a "long dining table".

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