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taste : svaada
taste : svaadate
taste ; flavour : ruchiH
tasteless : gatarasaM
amchoor : a tan coloured powder made from grinding small sun-dried green mangoes . Amchoor is used in North Indian dishes to give a slightly sour , pungent taste . It is a predominant flavour in the spice blend called chat masala and is available at all I
Ap/Apah : Water ; one of the five elements , from which the sense of taste ( rasa ) arises .
bhakti-rasa : The ecstatic taste of personal reciprocation with the Supreme Lord in pure devotional service .
caraway seeds : Caraway seeds are the fruits of the hardy biennial herb Carum carvi , a native of Europe , Asia , and North Africa . The brown seeds are curved and tapered at each end , and are sometimes mistaken for cumin seeds , although they taste quit
ginger : the thick , white , tuberous underground stems , or rhizomes , of the plant Zingiber officinale , which thrives in the tropical areas of the world . Fresh ginger root has a spicy-sweet aroma and a hot , clean taste and is used in many cuisines es
giving up taste : rasavarjaM
Jihva : Tongue or the organ of taste and speech .
jnanen-driyas ( jnaanen-dhriyas ). Five organs of perception : eye , ear , tongue , nose , and skin ; associated with five senses of perception : sight , hearing , taste , smell , and touch .
Jnanendriya : Five internal organs of perception ; sense of sight , hearing , taste , touch and smell .
lavaNa :*mf( % )n . ( derivation doubtful ) saline , salt , briny , brinish ( %{ - NaM@kRtvA } , or %{ kRtya } %{ sAkSA7di } ) ; tasteful , graceful , handsome , beautiful ; saltness , saline taste ; the sea of salt water ( in 236 one of the seven oceans
lemongrass : Used as a culinary herb is South East Asian cooking , especially Thai and Indonesian cuisine . Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) is a typical grass but has a bulbous base and a strong taste and smell of lemon . It is available in powdered form

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