tempeh


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tem·peh

 (tĕm′pā′)
n.
A high-protein food made from partially cooked, fermented soybeans.

[Indonesian tempe, from Javanese, soybean cakes.]

tempeh

(ˈtɛmpeɪ)
n
(Cookery) fermented soya beans
[C20: from Indonesian tempe]

tem•peh

(ˈtɛm peɪ)

n.
a fermented soybean cake.
[1960–65; < Javanese témpé]
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