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asativum commented on the word bodegeschmack
Down to earth, taste of the land... In the U.S. I've mostly heard this called "kind of gritty".
June 19, 2008
bard commented on the word bodegeschmack
Which is what the French call goût de terroir, the taste of the land. It is robust, boldly flavored, down-to-earth cooking.