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|sia, on 24/4/2006 06:31pm|
i was just going thru the ingredients section in th tips area....i'm a little confused...cause i thought that nutmeg was called jaiphal in hindi...and actually mace is javitri....but it was the other way round here
please correct me if i'm wrong
|AskCy, on 24/4/2006 07:08pm|
A lot of sites I've just looked at don't seem to say which is which.. Just giving one or other of the names you mention and saying that its "mace & nutmeg" so doesn't help..sorry
|Mamta, on 24/4/2006 08:34pm|
You are absolutely right. Nutmeg is Jaiphal, the hard, oval, seed kernel or nut.
Mace is Javitri, the dried fibrous covering of the fruit.
I just looked at the glossary and that is what it says. It is possible that my daughter Kavey spotted your posting before me and corrected it. Thank you anyway.
|Kavey, on 24/4/2006 08:39pm|
Nope neither Pete nor I have changed anything in glossary for months.
|Kavey, on 24/4/2006 08:41pm|
Or in any recipes either...
|Ganders, on 24/4/2006 10:50pm|
Ahh no, I see what you mean.
It was set up correctly in the glossary, but in the 'Ingredients' section of Tips ( here ) it was the wrong way around.
Probably a transcription error on my part - fixed now!
|Kavey, on 24/4/2006 10:52pm|
We have an ingredients section in tips that's separate from the glossary? Oops - didn't remember that!
|sia, on 25/4/2006 09:06pm|
thanks for clearing it out....there was a lot of contradiction within our group of friends....i was right LOL
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