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Yungueño refers to one of the typical drinks from Bolivia that is prepared with jigger of Singani , orange juice and sugar or syrup. Singani is the national liquor in Bolivia made of the muscatel grape.

Yellow butter refers to one of Mongolia's dairy products. Yellow butter is made from White butter . Either fresh or sour White butter is heated in a pot until the yellow butter oil is melted. This is separated from the white butter cream. Milk from cows, sheep, goats and camels can be used for white as well as for yellow butter. It is interesting to note that Mongolian people usually take a bowl of yellow butter with them before starting on a long journey. They use it for their long journeys or when at home served with pan fried millet and pancakes.

Yeolmu Kimchi refers to Korean variety of Kimchi made from young summer radish, therefore, it is also called Young radish Kimchi

Yeolmu is the Korean term for "young summer radish". It is a popular ingredient in making Yeolmu Kimchi, a young summer radish water kimchi which is a popular summertime dish in Korea.

Yachae is the Korean word for "vegetables ".

Yukimi Daifuku is a variety of Daifuku. Yukimi Daifuku is a Mochi dumpling which is filled with vanilla ice cream rather than the traditional sweet bean paste. Yukimi Daifuku is a fairly recent Japanese food invention which is a very good treat on hot days.