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A Japanese term for the 5th flavour—the others being sweet, salty, sour, bitter—triggered by carboxylate anion of glutamic acid, an amino acid common in meat, cheese, broth, stock, and other protein-rich foods.
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It is designed to encourage residents and visitors to savour the flavours of summer with incredible value and experience the many, multi-award-winning hotel restaurants.
Shot on location in sand, snow and underwater with some help from famed photographer Seth Casteel, Savour Every Moment invites us into the world of our pets — even offering a pet's eye view — to rediscover and appreciate the simple joys of life.
We must savour these six points, which are a just reward for the lads' fighting spirit.
As a morning drink, or aperitif in the evening, or to savour with delicious shellfish, charcuterie and tapas, go for a dry sherry, either a fino or manzanilla.
He invites GulfWeekly readers to visit Tuga and savour these Portuguese delights for themselves.
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If the promoted Baggies clinch the Championship title at QPR today Greening will savour the moment - and keep his hands on the medal.
This week s inaugural Savour global wine forum being held in Adelaide and wine regions over three days will contribute more than $2 million into the South Australian economy.
GREENOCK 10 ST ROCH'S 1 STEPHEN DALLAS has vowed to savour every minute of his first league title - after waiting 20 years for the magic moment.
I'm going to really savour the moments and savour the time because it goes so fast," he added.
Those of us who cannot attend the matches would like to savour some of the atmosphere and hear the singing even if they don't
I wanted to savour going - to go into my last game knowing it was going to be my last and able to savour the moment.