Tsampa refers to Nepal's ground roasted barley flour. In Tibetan-influenced areas, the black tea (prepared with salt and butter) is poured over Tsampa. Black Tea is popular in these areas. Tsampa is a Tibetan food which is eaten in place of rice and usually mixed also with water or milk

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