Much carbohydrate consumption in Indonesian delicacies comes from rice, while in eastern elements of Indonesia, yam and sago are common. Indonesian protein intake comes from soy bean products that are processed into tofu and tempeh. Most of the fat intake comes from cooking oil of fried dishes, coconut milk, peanuts, as nicely as meats and offals. A warteg or warung tegal is a extra particular warung nasi, established by Javanese people from the city Tegal in Central Java. They sells favourite Javanese dishes and rice, the big selection of pre-cooked dishes are arranged in glass windowed cupboard.