Glossary Z

The food glossary +++ Popular Articles: 'Zuppa', 'Zaziki', 'Zest'
Zesty/skittish refers to a wine with pronounced acidity
Zaharoplasteio refers to a shop in Greece that sells sweets, desserts, chocolates and cakes, not necessarily a bakery as they never sell bread and croissant.

Zerkleinerungstechniken is a German term for "chopping techniques"
Zetoon ka tel is a Hindi term for olive oil
Zest refers to the outermost, coloured, glossy film of the rind of an orange, lemon or lime.

Zander refers to a large fresh-water fish with firm flesh.

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