buli1na buri palmCorypha elata (Roxb.)Parts of a buri palm: unopened frond buntay, leaves dāhun, leaf stem pakyang, palm base pūnu'2 1a, root gamut.n'āyung nang bulinan opened mature buri frondMature buri fronds are used for making baskets, mats, and house walling.buntay nang bulinan unopened buri frondUnopened buri fronds are made into strips and woven into baskets and mats.natuk nang bulinstarchKung matin'aw na 'ang tūbi' nga nasāyud sa planggāna 'ibubu', dahandāhan; 'indi' mu gulpihun bubu' kay madadaya 'ang natuk nang buli.If the water which was already caught in the basin is already clear, pour it out slowly; do not pour it out quickly because a large amount of the buri starch will surely be accidentally carried away.The trunk of an old buri tree is cut into small pieces, pounded in a mortar and placed in a cloth which is suspended horizontally at the four corners on four posts. Water is poured on the pieces, stirred, and the resulting liquid, containing a fine starchy substance yūru' nang buli, is strained through the cloth and caught in a basin under the cloth. The starchy substance is allowed to settle out of the liquid. This buri flour is cooked and eaten as a famine food.pīsi' nga buli (pīsi' 1a)hand-made buri rope

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