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Nasi Putih refers to Indonesian "plain rice" , one fo the staple food of many Asian countries

Nasi Tumpeng Kemerdekaan refers to Indonesian "Yellow Cone-Shaped Rice". It is prepared by coloring the rice with turmeric and then shaped into a cone. It is mostly served for special

Nalivka refers to Russian sweet liqueur made with fruits or berries

Nastoika refers to Russian fortified wine made of herbs, leaves, flowers, fruit and roots of plants with medicinal properties
Nyama Choma literally means "roasted meat", is one of Kenya's best-known specialities.

Nachtisch is a German word for dessert.

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