Pe­nam­pa­han Galun­gan

29 May 2018

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Pe­nam­pa­han means “slaugh­ter” in Ba­li­nese – this is the fi­nal day of prepa­ra­tions be­fore the ac­tual Galun­gan day (see below) where adults are kept ex­tremely busy with last minute prepa­ra­tions, of­fer­ings and the slaugh­ter­ing of pigs and chick­ens, which are later used in tra­di­tional Ba­li­nese dishes such as lawar, babi gul­ing and sa­tay. Chil­dren usu­ally look for­ward to this day, as the at­mos­phere in ev­ery home is sim­i­lar to that of a big fam­ily party.

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