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Indonesian Food and Drink Vocabulary Posted by on Jul 20, 2017

What Do Indonesians Eat?

When you’re learning a new language to travel in a country, you’ll want to study a lot of vocabulary related to food and drinks. After all, you have to eat multiple times a day! Rather than rely on English menus and tourist-friendly restaurants, it’s best to learn how to order in Indonesian so you can…

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Vegetable Vocabulary in Indonesian Posted by on Feb 23, 2017

We’ve been learning lots of Indonesian words for food on the blog recently. Go back and check out the written posts on fruit, meat & seafood, and vegetables in case you missed them.┬áIt always helps to have a pronunciation guide when learning new words, so here’s a short video featuring the vegetable vocabulary in Indonesian…

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Indonesian Vegetable Vocabulary Posted by on Feb 6, 2017

Vegetable Vocabulary in Indonesian

One very important task to master when living in another country is doing your grocery shopping in the local language. We’ve been teaching some useful Indonesian vocabulary for food, such as fruits, as well as meat and seafood. Today we’re going to round out your grocery list with some Indonesian vegetable vocabulary. Vegetable Vocabulary Don’t…

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Indonesian Food – Nasi Campur Posted by on Dec 13, 2016

No matter where you are in the vast archipelago nation of Indonesia, there’s one item that’s constant on menus – nasi campur (mixed rice). Whether you’re traveling on Sumatra, Java, Bali, or any of the other thousands of islands, you’re sure to find this Indonesian classic. Let’s learn a bit about this Indonesian staple food…

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Indonesian Meat and Seafood Vocabulary (Video) Posted by on Oct 13, 2016

Don’t go hungry when traveling in Indonesia! Learn some Indonesian vocabulary for meat and seafood in this short video. Technically, you should add the word for meat (daging) before the animal – i.e. daging ayam, daging babi, daging sapi. For practical purposes, though, this isn’t necessary. When you’re in a restaurant ordering, they’re going to…

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Indonesian Meat and Seafood Vocabulary Posted by on Sep 26, 2016

When traveling in Indonesia – or any country, for that matter – it’s best to eat as the locals do. Eating local is not only more authentic, but it’s also substantially cheaper. Without English menus, though, this can sometimes be a bit tricky. Don’t be that lame tourist who runs to the nearest McDonald’s for…

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