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The basic staple food is rice, white, and red rice, though white rice is more common. There are a great variety of vegetables, and I had eaten spinach,cabbage, cauliflower, brocolli, eggplant, and etc. Potatoes are in abundant, so I have potatoes in almost every meal. Together with the rice, we have five to six dishes of vegetables , and some dried meat. Do note that the Bhutanese do not slaughter the animals for the meat, so most of the meat that the tourists get to eat are actually imported from India.
It is quite common to see bright red chilies (small peppers) drying on the roof and strips of yak meat of beef hanging out to dry in the sun.
And you must try their yak butter tea. Very heavily salted, and very concentrated taste of the butter. Butter tea - sudja. And you can often find the
Indian style milk tea - ngad-ja
If you love beer, try the Red Panda, which is locally brewed in the Bumthang area.
And perhaps the Black Mountain Whiskey which is often called the BMW.