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The food glossary +++ 'Aboyeur', 'About Us', 'Aduppu'
Arrose the French term which means "sprinkled", "moistened" , "basted"

Aseed refers to Yemeni porridge which is considered as one of their traditional foods.

Asalia refers to one of Bahrain's traditional sweets of puff pastry covered with honey sauce

Alkoholmentes is the Hungarian word which means "alcohol-free", as in alcohol-free beer or beer with zero percent alcohol.

Alma is the Hungarian word for "Apple" which is used widely in Hungarian in cooking as it is grown and eaten in the country. Alma is used in cooking varities of Hungarian dishes, such as Almás Metélt or Apple Noodles.

Arjoli refers to Maltese dish made of julienne of vegetables , spiced up and oiled.

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