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Peyeum Bol, Sundanese Fermented Cassava
Peyeum Bol, a delicious snack from West Java, Indonesia. TEMPO/Dwi Renjani
Saturday, 05 March, 2016 | 11:24 WIB
Peyeum Bol, Sundanese Fermented Cassava

TEMPO.CO, Bandung - If you feel like having a cup of coffee in a relax afternoon, you may want to take Sundanese peuyeum bol with you as a companion. This traditional fermented cassava is a common snack Sundanese people have when enjoying their afternoon.

Fried peuyeum is often served with chocolate sauce and cheese sprinkle.

“The chocolate sauce and cheese make the dish sweet and savory duet on the palate,” Akil, the Supervisor of Cinde Kafe, Bandung told Tempo.

Cinde Kafe is a cafe in Bandung that sell peuyeum bol. Here, one portion of the dish is sold for only Rp10,000.

“This peyeum bol is quite popular among the young.”

The dish is usually served alongside warm drinks such as tea and coffee. Robuste cremme brulle becomes the one of the favorite drinks that is ordered with peyeum.




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