Bulla is a starchy white powder, harvested in Ethiopia from the Enset plant. To make it, the stem and leaf sheaths of the plant are scraped into a pulp. The juice is squeezed out of this, and the juice is then evaporated down to a white powder. This powder can be stored for years. It is rehydrated with water to make dumplings, porridge, pancakes, or it can be made into a drink of the same name. It's also used to prepare Genfo or a hot thick drinkable meal with milk and honey. It is also baked as a flat bread, Kotcho, and often served with Kitfo (Ethiopian style steak tartar).