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al dente

adjective     /ˌælˈden.teɪ/ approving
describes a cooked vegetable or pasta that is still firm when bitten (蔬菜或麵食)烹調得不太軟的,有嚼勁的,耐嚼的 Cookery termsForeign words and phrases used in English
Translations of “al dente”
in Chinese (Simplified) (蔬菜或面食)烹调得不太软的,耐嚼的…
(Definition of al dente from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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