Galapong refers to grounded glutinous rice mostly used in the Philippines as basis for making desserts or sweets, such as Ginataang Billo-Bilo, a famous Philippines dessert made of gound glutinous rice (Galapong) formed into marble size shape balls cooked in coconut milk.

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