[ bˈɪtə kasˈɑːvə], [ bˈɪtə kasˈɑːvə], [ b_ˈɪ_t_ə k_a_s_ˈɑː_v_ə]
Related words: bitter cassava leaves, bitter cassava extract, bitter cassava root, bitter cassava flour, cassava flour, cassava leaves, cassava
How to use "Bitter cassava" in context?
Bitter cassava is a type of cassava that is not sweet and is less starchy than regular cassava. It is often used in dishes that are not sweet, such as latkes or benedictos. The Americans with Disabilities Act requires that restaurants make menu items available to blind and deaf people in a variety of languages. The act also requires that menus be available in Braille or large print. However, in some cases, a dish may not be offered in a particular language, if the restaurant does not have the necessary ingredients.
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