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  • 141 Finnish cuisine — Karelian pasty (karjalanpiirakka) is a traditional Finnish dish made from a thin rye crust with a filling of rice. Butter, often mixed with boiled egg (eggbutter or munavoi), is spread over the hot pastries before eating. Finnish cuisine is… …

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  • 142 Assamese cuisine — This article is part of the series …

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  • 143 Ghanaian cuisine — Fufu with peanut soup and meat Ghanaian cuisine is the cuisine of Ghana. There are diverse traditional dishes from each ethnic group, tribe and clan from the north to the south and from the east to west. Foods also vary according to the season,… …

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  • 144 Icelandic cuisine — A fisherman s hut in Reykjavík in 1835 with fish hung outside for drying. Wind dried fish remains popular in Iceland Important parts of Icelandic cuisine are lamb, dairy, and fish, due to Iceland s proximity to the ocean. Popular foods in Iceland …

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  • 146 Ancient Israelite cuisine — refers to the food eaten by the ancient Israelites during a period of over a thousand years, from the beginning of the Israelite presence in the Land of Israel at the beginning of the Iron Age until the Roman period. The dietary staples were… …

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  • 147 Global cuisines — See also: Cuisine Hyderabadi Biryani, an Indian meat and rice dish …

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  • 148 Downslope Distilling — The Double Diamond pot still used by Downslope Distilling. Downslope Distilling Is a craft beverage distillery in Centennial, Colorado. Contents 1 Craft Distilling Movement …

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  • 149 Matsun — Traditional jar of Matsoni (Georgia) Matzoon (matsoon, matsoun,matzoun, madzoon, madzoun macun, matson, matsoni) (Armenian: մածուն macun , Georgian …

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  • 150 Tonto (beverage) — Tonto is a traditional Ugandan fermented beverage made from bananas. It is also referred to as mwenge bigere. Tonto is made by ripening green bananas in a pit for several days. The juice is then extracted, filtered, and diluted before being mixed …

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  • 151 ḤAMEẒ — (Heb. חָמֵץ; fermented dough ; cf. Ex. 12:39). Ḥameẓ is prohibited in Jewish religious usage in two instances, one   of which has a purely theoretical application at the present day, while the other is of topical application. The first was the… …

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  • 152 Sake — For other uses, see Sake (disambiguation). Dedicated sake barrels at Itsukushima Shrine …

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  • 153 Worcestershire sauce — (pronEng|ˈwʊstəˌʃɪə [OED] wooster sheer) is a widely used fermented liquid condiment first made at 68 Broad Street, Worcester by two dispensing chemists, John Wheeley Lea and William Henry Perrins. It was made commercially in 1837, and remains… …

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  • 154 Fish sauce — Thai fish sauce Fish sauce is a condiment that is derived from fish that have been allowed to ferment. It is an essential ingredient in many curries and sauces. Fish sauce is a staple ingredient in numerous cultures in Southeast Asia and the… …

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  • 155 Breakfast — For other uses, see Breakfast (disambiguation). Part of a series on Meals …

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  • 156 Sausage — This article is about the prepared meat. For other uses, see Sausage (disambiguation). Kiełbasa Biała (white sausage), Szynkowa (smoked), Śląska, and Podhalańska styles (Poland) A sausage is a food usually made from ground meat (normally pork or… …

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  • 157 Mezcal — Bottle of mezcal with worm. Mezcal, or mescal, is a distilled alcoholic beverage made from the maguey plant (a form of agave, Agave americana) native to Mexico. The word mezcal comes from Nahuatl metl and ixcalli which mean oven cooked agave. [1] …

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  • 158 Glutinous rice — (Oryza sativa var. glutinosa or Oryza glutinosa; also called sticky rice, sweet rice, waxy rice, botan rice, biroin chal, mochi rice, and pearl rice, and pulut)[1] is a type of short grained Asian rice that is especially sticky when cooked. It is …

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  • 159 Cuisine of Finland — The cuisine of Finland is notable for the use of wholemeal products (rye, barley, oats) and berries (such as blueberries, lingonberries, cloudberries, and sea buckthorn). Milk and its derivatives like buttermilk are commonly used as food, drink… …

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  • 160 Borscht — For other uses, see Borsh (disambiguation). Ukrainian borscht with smetana, pampushkas and shkvarkas Borscht (also borsch, bortsch, borstch, borsh, borshch; Ukrainian: борщ) is a soup of Ukrainian …

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