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  1. 2. lacking a strong or particular flavour
  2. 4. a dark, brown powder made from cocoa beans, used to make chocolate and add a chocolate flavour to food and drink
  3. 5. to improve the flavour of savoury food by adding salt, pepper, herbs or spices
  4. 6. to crush food into smaller and softer pieces with the teeth so that it can be swallowed
  5. 8. to drink, taking only a vey small amount at a time
  6. 13. to drop a few pieces or drops of something over a surface
  7. 14. to cook food by putting it in water that is boiling
  8. 15. a bowl-shaped tool with many small holes in it, used to separate larger from smaller pieces or solids from liquid
  9. 16. no longer new or fresh, usually as a result of being kept for too long (f. ex. bread)
  10. 19. a sign that something existed or has happened
  11. 20. hot beverage made from the roasted and ground seeds of tropical shrub that gives a lot of energy
  12. 21. uncooked, underdone (f. ex. meat)
  13. 23. something that is cut up in small pieces
  14. 26. a bit hungry
  15. 27. completely developed and ready to be collected or eaten
  16. 30. traditional Italian meal and also one of the most famous dish in the world
  17. 31. beverage for a midday break, coffee's rival
  18. 32. a large fish that lives in rivers and lakes, connected with Christmas
  19. 33. to cook food in hot oil or fat
  20. 36. the white part of an egg
  21. 37. a drink made with the lemon juice, water and sugar
  22. 38. a yellow fruit that has a very sour taste; fruit served with ice tea or water
  1. 1. a sausage made from pig's blood, originated in the United Kingdom (blood sausage)
  2. 3. to ... a bite (to get a taste of something, to pree)
  3. 6. when something is pressed very hard so that its shape is destroyed
  4. 7. a kitchen tool that you use for beating food such as eggs or cream in order to add air and make it light
  5. 9. to remove the skin of fruit and vegetables
  6. 10. an animal that lives in the sea and has a long body covered with a hard shell, two large claw, and eight legs; crab's cousin
  7. 11. to rub food against a grater in order to cut it into small pieces, f. ex. cheese
  8. 12. a type of breakfast from the United Kingdom, includes fried bacon, eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms, sausages, fried bread, baked beans and often a slice of black or white pudding
  9. 15. a small, round or oval object produced by a plant and from which a new plant can grow
  10. 17. to cook inside an oven without using added liquid or fat
  11. 18. having a lot of bones in it (of fish)
  12. 22. nori-wrapped rolls with rice and raw fish, the most popular dish from Japan
  13. 24. additional portion, another serving of a meal
  14. 25. to mix something repeatedly using a utensil such as a spoon or a whisk
  15. 28. a dried black grape
  16. 29. a style of cooking (f. ex. French ...)
  17. 30. one of the small seeds of an apple or an orange
  18. 34. the yellow, middle part of an egg
  19. 35. weak and without energy, strength or power