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Marinare is the Italian term which means "to marinate", to pickle

Murex refers to any gastropod of the genus Murex, located in tropical seas.

Mitili is another Italian name for mussels, mytilus, edible bivalve mollusk.

Mitili is pronounced "mee-teel-ee"

Mandorla is the Italian word for almond, a type of edible nut

Mandorle tritate is the Italian term which means minced, chopped or ground almonds. It also refers to almond paste

Mirto rosso refers to Sardinian liqueur considered to be a digestive. It is made from mirto berries alcohol, honey or sugar

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