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bn:03290050n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/26

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 Geplak is a Southeast Asian sweet snack, originating from Java, Indonesia, made from equal parts coarsely grated coconut and sugar, often brightly colored. Wikipedia

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bn:03290050n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/26

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 Geplak is a Southeast Asian sweet snack, originating from Java, Indonesia, made from equal parts coarsely grated coconut and sugar, often brightly colored. Wikipedia

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bn:03290050n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/26     •     Categories: All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from December 2019, Articles with permanently dead external links, Confectionery...

  Geplak

Geplak is a Southeast Asian sweet snack, originating from Java, Indonesia, made from equal parts coarsely grated coconut and sugar, often brightly colored. Wikipedia

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Southeast Asian sweet snack, originating from Indonesia Wikidata

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bn:03290050n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/26

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 Geplak is a Southeast Asian sweet snack, originating from Java, Indonesia, made from equal parts coarsely grated coconut and sugar, often brightly colored. Wikipedia

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COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
bn:03290050n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/26

 No term available

 Geplak is a Southeast Asian sweet snack, originating from Java, Indonesia, made from equal parts coarsely grated coconut and sugar, often brightly colored. Wikipedia

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COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
bn:03290050n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/26

 No term available

 Geplak is a Southeast Asian sweet snack, originating from Java, Indonesia, made from equal parts coarsely grated coconut and sugar, often brightly colored. Wikipedia

bn:03290050n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/26

 No term available

 Geplak is a Southeast Asian sweet snack, originating from Java, Indonesia, made from equal parts coarsely grated coconut and sugar, often brightly colored. Wikipedia

HAS PART
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
bn:03290050n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/26

 No term available

 Geplak is a Southeast Asian sweet snack, originating from Java, Indonesia, made from equal parts coarsely grated coconut and sugar, often brightly colored. Wikipedia

bn:03290050n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/26

 No term available

 Geplak is a Southeast Asian sweet snack, originating from Java, Indonesia, made from equal parts coarsely grated coconut and sugar, often brightly colored. Wikipedia

IS A
HAS PART
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
bn:03290050n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/26

 No term available

 Geplak is a Southeast Asian sweet snack, originating from Java, Indonesia, made from equal parts coarsely grated coconut and sugar, often brightly colored. Wikipedia

IS A
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
bn:03290050n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/26

 No term available

 Geplak is a Southeast Asian sweet snack, originating from Java, Indonesia, made from equal parts coarsely grated coconut and sugar, often brightly colored. Wikipedia

bn:03290050n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/26

 No term available

 Geplak is a Southeast Asian sweet snack, originating from Java, Indonesia, made from equal parts coarsely grated coconut and sugar, often brightly colored. Wikipedia

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