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Deutsch: Edamame / Español: Edamame / Português: Edamame / Français: Edamame / Italiano: Edamame

Edamame are young soybeans that have been harvested before they have ripened or hardened. Typically found in East Asian cuisines, they are available in the pod or as shelled beans and are known for their sweet, slightly nutty flavor, and firm texture.

Erbsen is a German for peas

Deutsch: Erdbeer Creme Torte / Español: Tarta de Crema de Fresa / Português: Torta de Creme de Morango / Français: Tarte à la Crème de Fraises / Italiano: Torta alla Crema di Fragole

Erdbeer Creme Torte, in the food context, refers to a Strawberry Cream Cake, a delightful dessert that combines layers of soft, airy cake with sweet strawberry filling and a rich, creamy frosting. This cake is a popular treat in German-speaking countries, especially during the strawberry season. It is known for its light and refreshing taste, making it a favorite for summer celebrations, birthdays, and special occasions.

Deutsch: Eierkuchen / Español: Tarta de huevo / Português: Torta de ovo / Français: Tarte aux œufs / Italiano: Torta di uova

Egg Pie in the food context refers to a popular dessert in the Philippines, similar to the classic custard pie. It features a rich, sweet custard filling made from eggs, milk, sugar, and vanilla, encased in a flaky, buttery pastry crust. The top of the pie often has a characteristic brown top, which is achieved by the caramelization of the sugar in the custard during baking. This dessert is beloved for its creamy texture and comforting, sweet flavor, making it a favorite among all age groups.

Deutsch: Osterei / Español: Huevo de Pascua / Português: Ovo da Páscoa / French: Œuf de Pâques / Italiano: Uovo di Pasqua /

Easter Egg in the food context refers to a delightful and often decorative treat associated with the Easter holiday. These eggs are typically made from chocolate or sugar and are designed to resemble real eggs. Easter Eggs are a cherished tradition in many cultures, where they symbolize rebirth and new beginnings. They come in various sizes, colors, and designs, making them a popular treat during the Easter season.

Embutido (Spanish) is a filipino term for a ground pork roll.

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