Definitions for wasabiˈwɑ sə bi
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A pungent green Japanese condiment made from the plant Wasabia japonica.
An imitation of this condiment made from horseradish with green dye.
Origin: From 山葵 (わさび, wasabi).
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In the summer there is arrowgrass, which tastes of coriander, all year round we find scurvy grass, which is what the Vikings used to bring around Europe as a medicinal herb. We also call it wasabi wort because of its intensity, just like horseradish.
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