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tamari Line breaks: ta¦mari
Pronunciation: /təˈmɑːri/
(also tamari sauce)

Definition of tamari in English:

noun

[mass noun]
A variety of rich, naturally fermented soy sauce.
Example sentences
  • Kale is delicious seasoned with brown-rice or umeboshi vinegar, natural soy sauce, tamari, or toasted sesame oil.
  • He also cut up a variety of vegetables, including bell peppers, broccoli, kale, and zucchini, sautéed them with garlic and tamari (a wheat-free soy sauce), and served them over brown rice.
  • Diversity is beautiful: Buy food in a variety of textures and colors because they contain more vitamins and minerals, and set up a pantry of staples - olive oil, tamari, wild rice, sea salt, a variety of legumes.

Origin

Japanese.

Words that rhyme with tamari

askari, Bari, Cagliari, calamari, Campari, charivari, curare, Ferrari, Harare, Kalahari, Mari, Mata Hari, Qatari, Rastafari, safari, sari, Scutari, shikari, sparry, starry, Stradivari, terramare, Vasari, Zanzibari

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