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The food glossary +++ 'Nilagang mais', 'Naejangtang', 'Ngu vi huong'
Nuóc Châm refers to a Vietnamese sauce that is made by blending Nuóc Mám with sugar, lime juice, vinegar, chopped shallots, garlic and carrots.

Niet Doorgebakken refers to "rare" meat

Naren refers to one of the meat dishes from Kazakhtan which is a a mixture of mutton, onion, and spices made into thick patties before being steamed

Nyanya Creole refers to one of the dishes from Gambia that is made from oysters stewed with onions, green peppers, tomatoes, oil, garlic and chili and served with boiled rice and/or crusty French bread.

NuMex Twilight refer to one of the hottest chili peppers in the world beside Bhut Jolokia, Red Scotch Bonnet, Tabasco, etc. Aside from being very, very hot, the NuMex Twilight chilli peppers are also some of the most visually striking in the world. These peppers are about one inch long and very glossy and change color as they mature, from purple to orange to bright red. A NuMex Twilight plant covered with peppers in different stages of maturation is truly a sight.

Néré seeds are used to flavor the sauces that accompany every meal of or rice which is the staple food of the Burkina Faso. In Burkina Faso, Néré trees where Néré seeds come from are never cleared from farming land because their black seeds are a vital part of every meal. The Néré seeds are fermented and shaped into balls, called Soumbala or Maggi Africain (African stock-cubes). It is a practice in Burkina Faso that when a landowner leases a plot of land to another farmer, the rights of the tree crops go to the tenant. But if there are Néré trees on the land the owner will always keep the rights to the crop.