kombu
noun Etymology: Japanese Date: 1884 a laminarian kelp used especially in Japanese cooking as a seasoning in soup stock

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  • Kombu — o konbu (Japonés: 昆布), también llamado dashima (Coreano), o haidai (), es una especie comestible de kelp ampliamente consumida en el Noreste de Asia. Lo que comunmente se llama Kombu es parte del género Laminaria. Más del 90 porciento del kombu… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • kombu — ● kombu nom masculin (japonais konbu) Algue comestible séchée, utilisée dans la cuisine japonaise, réhydratée en particulier pour les fonds de bouillons …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • kombu — kȍmbu m <G a> DEFINICIJA bot. kulin. rasprostranjena tamnozelena alga iz dubokih voda oceana, sušena služi kao dodatak mnogim jelima makrobiotičke kuhinje ETIMOLOGIJA jap …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Kombu — Echter Kombu Kombu Systematik Abteilung: Braunalgen (Phaeophyta) Klasse: Phaeophyceae …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Kombu — Taxobox color = #FA7B62 name = Kombu regnum = Protista divisio = Heterokontophyta classis = Phaeophyceae ordo = Laminariales familia = Laminariaceae genus = Laminaria species = various; see textKombu or konbu ( ja. 昆布 IPA2|kombɯ), also called… …   Wikipedia

  • Kombu — Alga kombu. El Kombu o konbu (昆布, Kombu o konbu …   Wikipedia Español

  • Kombu — Konbu Nom vernaculaire ou nom normalisé ambigu : Le terme « Konbu  » s applique, en français, à plusieurs taxons distincts. Konbu …   Wikipédia en Français

  • kombu — ˈkäm(ˌ)bü noun ( s) Etymology: Japanese, kombu, kelp, tangle : a food prepared especially in Japan from various broad fronded kelps of the family Laminariaceae …   Useful english dictionary

  • kombu — kom·bu (kŏmʹbo͞o) n. Dried seaweed eaten as food, often used to flavor stock.   [Japanese, species of brown seaweed.] * * * …   Universalium

  • kombu — noun Edible kelp used in East Asian cuisine …   Wiktionary

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