cassareep


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cassareep

(ˈkæsəˌriːp)
n
(Cookery) the juice of the bitter cassava root, boiled down to a syrup and used as a flavouring, esp in West Indian cookery
[C19: of Carib origin]
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Noun1.cassareep - a flavoring made by boiling down the juice of the bitter cassava; used in West Indian cooking
flavorer, flavoring, flavourer, flavouring, seasoning, seasoner - something added to food primarily for the savor it imparts
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Less subtle is cassareep, a seasoned bitter cassava juice used by the Incas to season meat dishes.
He reminds us that the word "family' is from the Latin word for servant, and servants we are in his household of the All, along with monkeys, cowbirds, bushmasters, tacuri ants, Maceio mussels, pepper and cassareep.