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Pulusus are a popular form of tangy soupy stews that is accompanied with rice. In olden days, taravani pulusu or kanji with chaladi annam or rice was a common morning meal in Andhra and Orissa. It was made with fermented rice brew and vegetables mildly cooked making it an excellent probiotic. Nowadays, due to change in cooking methods, fermented rice water is replaced with substitutes such as dry Mango pieces (Orugulu) or Vinegar. I remember having it in a large soup bowl like steel dish with an attached stand at my granny's place. It has loads of watery veggies making it a very healthy dish and summer comfort food.