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Marash Pepper is another name for Maras or Maras (Peppers).
Megrim refers to a type flat sea fish.
Medialunas refer to Argentina's small, sticky croissants.

Makisu refers to a bamboo mat; a sushi rolling mat that is used for rolling sushi; a bamboo rolling mat that is used to make sushi rolls. Makisu is a must for making the popular "California Roll".

Marmaquilla refers to an Andean herb; herb grown in the Andes used in Pachamacas.

Mauka refers to an Andean tuber / edible root which looks like a small cassava, Mauka is cooked like yuca - boiled then fried.

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