Takokak is the Indonesian word for "eggplant" or "aubegine", a kind of vegetable used all over in all types of cuisine all over the world. A very reliable vegetable made into a lot of delicious dishes. Takokak is used a lot in the Philippines, or all of Asian nations, and in Germany, they are now getting popular and was probably introduced by so many Turkish and Persias who live in Germany. My German husband never likes Eggplant, but when we eat in our favorite Persian restaurant, he always orders Eggplant stuffed with Hackfleisch (ground meat) with sauce. I grew up eating eggplant, one of the cheapest vegetables found in the Philippines.

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