Glossary W

The food glossary +++ 'Wara Enab', 'Wandouhuang', 'Wähe / Waehe'
Wijn is the Dutch for "wine".

Witblitz refers to South Africa's potent home-made distilled alcohol, much similar to the American Moonshine. Witblitz means "white lightning" in Afrikaans. Moonshine is home-distilled alcohol and Ameican Moonshine is typically corn liquor made in cheap, homemade stills of a relatively simple design. Witblitz is pronounced as "vit-blitz".

Worschd is the Franconian word for "sausage". It is also known as Wurst in standard German. East Franconian German (in Franconia, i.e. in North Bavaria) is one of the dialects spoken in Bavaria.

Wickson Japanese Plum (Prunus salicina "Wickson") refers to a Japanese-type plum. The Wickson plum is a large, heart-shaped, greenish yellow fruit that is firm and very sweet. It is very popular for fresh eating. Other Attributes • Sub-acid flavor • Sweet • Very juicy Uses • Cooking or baking • Canning or freezing • High dessert quality

Wähe is the Swiss word for "tart" , as in Fructewähen which is a fruit tart, like Apfelwähe (Swiss apple tart) and Käsewähe (savory cheese tart). Wähe can also be spelled Waehe.

White butter refers to one of Mongolia's dairy products. There are two (2) ways to make White butter, one to put the liquid butter into cheese cloth sack made of a course cloth. This is hung until all the liquid is removed sometimes stirring it, and as they do the Liquid butter until the solids separate from the liquid. Another way is to stir sour, yeast fermented milk into it to separate the white butter from the liquid. This does need stirring several thousands times, so Mongolians say.