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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Plants, Food
carawaycar‧a‧way /ˈkærəweɪ/ noun [countable, uncountable]  HBPDFa plant whose seeds are used in cooking
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carawayCook for an hour or until meat is tender. 2 Add potatoes and caraway seeds.It was here that Frankie hid the black sharp-tasting seeds that he picked from her caraway cake.Brussels sprouts in browned butter with caraway seeds.Fresh Thuringer is similarly composed but is seasoned with caraway, celery seed, coriander, ginger, and mace.
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