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D19FE8D19FE8D19FE8D19FE8D19FE8209159232Bright Ube 🎨 RGB Color Code: #D19FE8

The hexadecimal RGB code of Bright Ube color is #D19FE8. This code is composed of a hexadecimal D1 red (209/256), a 9F green (159/256) and a E8 blue component (232/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(209,159,232). Closest WebSafe color: Bright ube (#CC99FF)
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Ube halaya
(Dioscorea alata, locally known as ube). Ube halaya is the main base in ube/purple yam flavored-pastries and ube ice cream. It can also be incorporated
Lavender (color)
Plate 54, Color Sample C10. "Bright ube / #d19fe8 Hex Color Code". Retrieved 2024-03-10. "Bright ube / #d19fe8 hex color". ColorHexa
Dioscorea alata
Dioscorea alata – also called ube (/ˈuːbɛ, -beɪ/), purple yam, or greater yam, among many other names – is a species of yam (a tuber). The tubers are
Bright Chimezie
identity with a touch of humor in his lyrics. Bright Chimezie has released several notable songs, including "Ube Nwanne," "Because of English," "Respect Africa
Queso ice cream
traditional sorbetes ice cream (usually dyed bright yellow), and is commonly served on with scoops of ube, vanilla, and chocolate ice cream in one cone
It is bright green in color. Kalamay ube – kalamay made with ube (purple yam). It is lavender or purple in color. It superficially resembles ube halaya
List of ice cream flavors
unspecified, usually chocolate and vanilla) are extruded simultaneously Ube (purple yam) – a popular ice cream flavor in the Philippines Vanilla Watermelon
Biko (food)
prepared with other common Filipino ingredients. Examples include ube-biko which is made with ube (mashed purple yam), and pandan biko which is made with pandan
Mochi donut
vanilla dough". Glazes that feature "Japanese flavors like matcha, pandan, and ube are common". Mochi donuts are often found garnished with different toppings
Pan de regla
de monggo. It is also commonly adapted to make breads with fillings like ube, buko pandan, or pineapple. In these cases, the fillings are dyed different

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