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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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tamarindtam‧a‧rind /ˈtæmərɪnd/ noun [countable]  HBPa tropical tree, or the fruit of this tree
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tamarindAdd puree to pot along with pineapple, cinnamon, and tamarind.With this exotic boar dish, he extends the boundaries by incorporating such decidedly non-southwestern tropical ingredients as pineapple and tamarind.Fresh fruit drinks such as tamarind and hibiscus are also available in season.There was also a bitter tamarind soup.When a recipe calls for tamarind or jalapeno chillies, save fruitless searching in local shops by calling Deliline.The ingredients of this particular concoction included garlic, mustard seed, tamarind and cream of tartar.
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