Glossary Y

The food glossary +++ 'Yufka', 'Yusi', 'Yulmucha'
Yayla Corbasi refers to a Turkish soup made with rice, stock yogurt and mint.
Yeasty refers to a wine "tasting term" referrring to a wine which is usually young and which retains the yeast-like flavors of fermentation.

Yedoro Wot refers to an Ethiopian stew made with spicy chicken and onion.

Yuructira is another name of Cherimoya

Yulaf Ezmesi is the Turkish word for "oat meal" which is usually made into a porridge called Yulaf Ezmesi Corbasi

Yao Guo is the Chinese (Pinyin) for "cashew nuts". In China, nuts are always readily available. They come fresh in the market, salted, packaged, fried or even coated.

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