Glossary J

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Jeruk Nipis refers to " Lie" in Indonesia.

Jajca na Oko which literally means "eggs in the shape of an eye” in Slovak, actually refers to sunny side up (eggs fried or cooked sunny side up where the egg yolk remains whole that it looks like a sun).

Jora refers to fermenting corn as in Chicha de Jora

Jaiva refer to Sea crab.

Jamaican Coffee refers to a cocktail made with Tia Maria, Cognac, dark Jamaican rum and coffee.

Jira refers to a small seed from an herb plant that is used in West African Roti.

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