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Sours refers to a drink from a mixture of liquor, lemon juice, fizz water

Sangke is a Filipino word for star anise
Sajj which is known in Kurdish as selle, refers to a dome-shaped metal cooking surface placed over a fire and used for baking large, thin flatbreads.

Sangak refers to a very old flatbread from Persia, usually 45 centimeters long (18"), or more. Baked on pebbles in an oven, giving it a rough-textured surface.

Shanghai noodles refers to white noodles made from wheat flour and water, similar to the somen boodles of Japan that is used in Vietnamese cooking They can be thick or thin. They are cook in

Shirataki noodles refers to a basic ingredient in the Japanese dish sukiyaki and is a type of noodle used in Vietnamese cooking. Shirataki noodles are thin, translucent and jelly-like, they

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