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Dutch Words for Food 4 - 1 2 3 4 words

[black olives]
olijven click to hear
[a handful of peanuts]
pinda's click to hear
[radishes]
radijsjes click to hear
[radishes]
radijsjes click to hear
[pckles]
augurken click to hear
[a handful of raisins]
rozijnen click to hear
[a handful of dried apricots]
(gedroogde) abrikozen click to hear
[a few prunes (dried plums)]
gedroogde pruimen click to hear
[walnuts]
walnoten click to hear - 2
[hazelnuts, filiberts]
hazelnoten click to hear - 2
[almonds]
amandelen click to hear
[an avocado]
avocado click to hear
[an avocado cut open, showing flesh and pit]
avocado click to hear
[mangpoes]
mango's click to hear
[grapefruit]
grapefruit click to hear
[pomegranate and coconut]
granaatappel en kokosnoot click to hear
[a few broccoli flowerets]
broccoli click to hear
[kohlrabi]
koolrabi click to hear
[a few cobs of white and yellow corn]
maïs click to hear
[a handful of black beans]
zwarte bonen click to hear
[a few cans of food]
blikjes click to hear
[two glass jars of food]
glazen potjes click to hear
[soup stock cube]
bouillonblokje click to hear
[a few spice jars: sweet basil, marjoram, whole nutmeg, bay leaves and thyme]
kruiden click to hear
[a spoonful of sugar being put in a cup]
suiker click to hear
[pepper and salt in very small ivory bowls with spoons]
peper en zout click to hear 2
[a teaspoon of/with olive oil]
olijfolie click to hear

[A plate of fava beans, with bacon and potatoes]
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