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fu ling

Chinese medicine
A fungus that grows on the roots of various conifers; it is diuretic, sedative and tonic, and used for anorexia, bloating, cardiac arrhythmias, hypertension, indigestion, insomnia and oliguria.
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Garlic Butter Naan, a traditional Indian bread with garnishes of garlic and butter, is among many ethnic specialties being rolled out in North America by Kohinoor Foods.
Shoppers at Sainsbury's and Morrisons are being urged to return packets of the Indian bread, made by Patak's Breads, a bakery in Cumbernauld, Scotland.
And the kicker: Fresh appetizers--samosas, vegetable puffs, thin rotis (Indian bread), and other ready-to-eats--wait strategically near the counter.
Evidently back home, flour's only good for frying fish and making Indian bread. I just wished I liked fish.
We had this really good West Indian bread and butter pudding, which had coconut milk in it and all sorts of rum.
The flatbread is bannock, a traditional Indian bread that is a taste of home for the people he would be meeting.
We had celebrated the Eucharist, and for the bread we had chapatti, an Indian bread. I asked the reverend if they use chapatti for the Eucharist in India, or if they use the little wafers (which some of the cynical among us call Christ Crispies).
He offers other products, such as Persian rice cookers and tortilla makers used for making Indian bread, as well as products that are difficult to find at mass merchants.
When I attended grade school in Kansas at a little one-room country school, we foraged in the school yard for something we called "Indian Bread." It tasted like bread and had white roots, the edible part.
Rice accompanies both dishes, which can also be used as burrito or wrap filling or eaten on Indian bread or pita.
In the mains, we were first served the nihari which is a stew from slow-cooked meat shank and bone marrow accompanied with khamiri roti (a popular Indian bread from the Mughal era).