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  • adj. Seasoned with vinegar.


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  • But to Carlyle people in conversation requires constant practice with a master -- _consuetudine quotidiana cum aliquo congredi_ -- and he had for so long a time knocked everybody down without meeting the least resistance, that victory had palled upon him, and he had, so to speak, "vinegared" on himself.


  • I love the steamed dish, (the subtle, elusive flavors of delicate dried soybean curd and sharks fin custard steamed in a savory covered cup); and, our palates now properly cleansed, a vinegared dish,( a pretty tower of fresh, baby abalone and golden chrysanthemum leaves in a light vinegar sauce).

    Sara Waxman: Eating Beauty: An Adventure in Japanese Cuisine

  • The recipe shows its age: David is forced to sadly concede that, as clams are unobtainable in this country, mussels or cockles make an acceptable substitute – "but fresh ones, not the lethally vinegared kind in jars".

    How to cook perfect spaghetti alle vongole

  • Darren Lee Norris was so unsure how Washington diners would accept an izakaya, or Japanese gastropub, that he tacked raw fish and vinegared rice onto his idea for a new restaurant.

    Best of two worlds at Kushi: Gastropub offers sushi, skewers

  • He's no Pelosi fan, dishing out the same vinegared sarcasm to her as to Beijing's leaders.

    A Chinese Crackdown

  • It is often served just sliced on a plate with some bowls of chogochujang vinegared hot pepper sauce or, sometimes, soy and wasabi into which the fish is dipped before wrapping it in lettuce or perilla leaves and eating it.


  • Vegetarian sashimi – Tamagoyaki, avocado, fried and vinegared bell pepper and fried eggplant, pickled ginger rose with wasabi petals, fishy with soy sauce, rice and nori/bell pepper decoration.

    Bento #95 – A Selfportrait in Sushi « Were rabbits

  • One of the staples in this type of food are fried, vinegared bell peppers.

    Backdated Bento #52 – Mixed pickles « Were rabbits

  • Which is easier to say: “I like sliced raw fish placed atop portions of sticky vinegared rice” or “I like sushi”?

    Rambles at » Blog Archive » Can I Borrow a Cup of Déjà Vu?

  • Snopes defines it as "vinegared rice that can but need not be paired with raw seafood."

    The sushi myth


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