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  • What does rice mean in Japanese?

  • These are best grilled over charcoal. As the Inuit are said to have many words for 鈥渟now,鈥?Japan has many words for 鈥渞ice.鈥?Raw, uncooked grain is generally 绫? and different strains of the crop are variations on that word. 銇旈/ and 椋?are the same word, pronounced differently. 楹?also refers to barley and wheat.

  • How do you say 鈥渟weet鈥?in Japanese?

  • Let鈥檚 learn how to say and use them in Japanese! 1. 鐢樸亜 Amai. 鐢樸亜 ( Amai) is the Japanese word used to describe something that is 鈥渟weet鈥? You can use this word to describe sweet foods such as fruits or desserts like cake or pudding. Sentence Example: 銈娿倱銇斻伅 鐢樸亜 銇с仚銇紒. Ringo wa amai desune! (The apple is sweet!)

  • What is a gooey food called in Japanese?

  • 銇ㄣ倣銈?(Torori) is the Japanese word to describe anything 鈥済ooey鈥? Melting cheese is one great example of gooey food. 銉斻偠銇€€銉併兗銈恒伅 銇ㄣ倣銈?銇ㄣ仐銇︺亜銇俱仚銆?Piza no chi-zu wa torori toshiteimasu.

  • What is the difference between 鑼广仹銈?and 鐓倠 in Japanese?

  • 鑼广仹銈?and 鐓倠 both mean 鈥渢o boil,鈥?but the former implies cooking an object in boiling liquid: e.g., hard-boiled eggs, 鑼广仹鍗?(銈嗐仹銇熴伨銇?. The latter means 鈥渢o boil鈥?or 鈥渢o simmer鈥?a liquid, either with the goal of reducing it (stews and braises) or cooking what鈥檚 inside.