Gurr refers to a Sherpa dish made of raw potatoes, pounded with spices, then grilled like pancakes on a hot, flat stone. Then ground and mixed with milk, tea or water. Sherpa are member of a people of Tibetan stock living in the Nepalese Himalayas, who usually serve as porters on mountain-climbing expeditions. They are well-known for their skill in mountaineering.

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