I harvested tapioca leaves and my Indonesian helper turned the leaves into a yummy urab salad. She got another helper to give her a coconut from her garden, which was grated by hand into snowy white shreds.Add to it kaffir lime leaves, chili, garlic, and kencur (lesser galangal) that were fried till fragrant, you get urab.She also deep fried tempeh (fermented soy bean) that we ate with the salad. Once the urab was fried up. The tapioca leave and long beans were blenched.She then mixed the blenched vegetables with the urab and we tucked in to lunch.Footnote: I am now trying to grow the lesser galangal in the garden as I finally found out that the girls have been ferrying them to Singapore when they go back for home leave as they don't know where to buy them. There's a heap of dried ginger roots in my backyard which I know they use for cooking but I just don't know what they are.