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Takuan, also known as takuwan or takuan-zuke, is pickled daikon radish. Takuan is often served alongside other types of tsukemono in traditional Japanese cuisine, and is also enjoyed at the end of meals as it is thought to aid digestion. In Korean it is known as danmuji and is typically added to gimbap or served as a side dish in Korean Chinese cuisine.
- also known as 蘿蔔乾
Takuan is a fictional character from the TV series Musashi, the Samurai Lord.
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Detox Delish (2016)
Your Guide to Clean Eating by Jennifer McClelland, Jennifer Mac
Note: Takuan is a pickled yellow root made from the daikon radish and is usually made with refined sugar and yellow food coloring. This raw version is a healthy blend of honey and turmeric, which is a natural yellowing color to keep this ...
Web Engineering (2009)
9th International Conference, ICWE 2009 San Sebastián, Spain, June 24-26 2009 Proceedings by Martin Gaedke, Michael Grossniklaus, Oscar Díaz
Takuan is a tool that can help with this problem. It analyzes execution logs of a WS-BPEL process in a real-world WS-BPEL engine to dynamically generate composition invariants. Nevertheless, it suffered some performance issues when ...
Kyoka, Japan's Comic Verse (2009)
A Mad in Translation Reader by Robin D. Gill
* Takuan is a yellowish daikon pickle; ...
by Robin D. Gill
* Takuan is a yellowish daikon pickle ...
Asian Accents (2012)
Stunning Decorating and Entertaining Ideas by Lisa Kim-Tribolati, Martyne Kupciunas
Takuan is a daikon radish which has been pickled. It is yellow in color and has a sweet-sour flavor with a slight crunch. Sliced takuan is served as an accompaniment with Japanese meals. It is sold by the half piece in the refrigerated section of ...
Performing Comedy and Cultural Heritage in Contemporary Tokyo by Lorie Brau
Takuan is a more aged, strongly flavored daikon pickle that is often colored yellow. 15. One is identified as “Jinbei, ” a name associated with a stock character who is usually good-natured but hapless.
by Stuart Brown, Diane Collinson, Robert Wilkinson
Infls: Meister Eckhart, Nietzsche, Dostoyevsky, Kierkegaard, Heidegger, Emerson , Carlyle, St Francis, Nishida, Sosseki, Hakuinand Takuan. Appts: 1926, Lecturerin Ethics andGerman, KyotoImperial College; 1928, Lecturer, Buddhist Otani ...
Dictionary of Food (2009)
International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair
takuan Japan A pickle made of mooli, airdried for 2 to 3 weeks, salted and immersed in rice bran (the nukazuke method) talaba Philippines Oyster talas IndonesiaTaro talattouri Greece Adip based on finely chopped or grated, deseeded ...
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