Glossary W

The food glossary +++ 'Wax Paper', 'Wiener Schnitzel', 'Wandouhuang'
Wun Sen refers to Thai transparent or glass noodles which are made from mung bean starch.

Wingettes refer to the part of the chicken wings connected to the drummettes. Wingettes are the part of the chicken wings

White Cap refers to brewed beer (lager) produced by Kenya's breweries. One of the locally produce beers in Kenya

White elephant refers to Democratic Republic of Congo's drink made of coconut, rum and milk. It is one of Congo's national

Warak Enab or warak dawali is referring ot Arabic dish of stuffed vine leaves

Wat refers to the stews cooked in every home in Ethiopia.

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