Definitions

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  • noun A Japanese rice cake made from glutinous rice.

Etymologies

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Japanese

Examples

  • I think I still love plain mochi sauteed in a frying pan and then dipped in a soy sauce with sugar.

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  • Any combination of fresh fruit and mochi is the best, but my sister talked me into some Fruity Pebbles, which I must admit was pretty tasty.

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  • On a whim, we also decided to try the chocolate peanut butter mochi, since the typical plain mochi with azuki bean paste in the center was nowhere to be found.

    Sushi Day » Mochi in Hawaii » Print

  • On a whim, we also decided to try the chocolate peanut butter mochi, since the typical plain mochi with azuki bean paste in the center was nowhere to be found.

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  • On a whim, we also decided to try the chocolate peanut butter mochi, since the typical plain mochi with azuki bean paste in the center was nowhere to be found.

    2008 September - Sushi Day - Sushiday.com

  • Okane means money and mochi is derived from the infinitive motsu, or to hold onto.

    Money Book

  • Okane means money and mochi is derived from the infinitive motsu, or to hold onto.

    September 2006

  • It is extra-sticky and the Japanese call it 'mochi gome' or 'rice cake rice', since it's so glutenous that it is the rice of choice when making mochi.

    Archive 2005-04-01

  • It is extra-sticky and the Japanese call it 'mochi gome' or 'rice cake rice', since it's so glutenous that it is the rice of choice when making mochi.

    April 2005

  • Recent Links Tagged With "mochi" - JabberTags says:

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  • What the moon rabbit is pounding in its mortar.

    February 8, 2010

  • Very nice, Pro.

    February 8, 2010