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Pagit-pagit or terites is a food consumed by the Karo people of North Sumatra, Indonesia.[1] The main ingredient is the partially digested grass from the rumen of a ruminant, typically a deer, goat, cow or water buffalo. It will be cooked with spices and either coconut milk, cempokak and tapioca leaves or with meat as a clear soup.


  1. ^ "Batak Karo, Extremes in Cuisine - the Jakarta Globe". Archived from the original on 2010-07-06. Retrieved 2010-11-02.