Did you perchance mean turmeric?
- n. common misspelling of turmeric.
- Perhaps from non-rhotic pronunciations of turmeric. (Wiktionary)
“But if you are taking a spice called tumeric -- tumeric -- you can get it at the grocery store for a buck -- it protects you against radiation damage.”
“One 12-month-old boy in the case study was found to have lead poisoning after regularly eating spices such as tumeric, black mustard seed and asafetida.”
“The molecule in tumeric responsible for this effect is curcumin.”
“The first trial concerns the blood cancer multiple myeloma, the second involves one of the most aggressive and deadliest cancers, the one my mom had, pancreatic cancer, and the third investigates the possibility of preventing lung cancer in high risk subjects with the active ingredient in tumeric curcumin.”
“So it seems that tumeric is a powerful anti-inflammatory that helps stimulate the death of cancer cells and also inhibits the growth of blood vessels to supply a cancerous tumor.”
“Because of such compelling evidence that tumeric has some incredible cancer-fighting properties, his colleagues were convinced and many clinical trials have since been launched.”
“Mexican tumeric - I understand it is both tasty and healthy.”
“The tumeric (cúrcuma in Spanish) lends dishes the yellow color with only a little used so the flavor doesn't come through.”
“In a large bowl combine the rice flour, coconut milk, tumeric and green onions, mix well and set aside.”
“Here's an idea: Learn to cook by principals and good practices and you'll be able to whip up a beautiful healthy gourmet dish from nothing more than marshmellows, salt, vinegar and tumeric!”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘tumeric’.
Ancient Vedic language of India, Yoga, Buddhism and Hinduism
an immense, grandiloquent list that loads like a thousand years sentence in stone. new words are in the other lists.
Words ending in ic, tic or nic.
This list includes words with 'eric' in them.
because wordsmith is not a verb.
This is a collection of words I love, old ones that I love the sound of when I repeat them for years and new ones coined in news articles on up and coming trends and technologies - most of them I k...
unusual spices and kewl sounding spices...
Started off as herbs and spices, now to herbalry and nature-based drugs of all sorts. Plus beautiful flower names!
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