[ kwˈaŋt͡ʃa͡ʊ], [ kwˈaŋtʃaʊ], [ k_w_ˈa_ŋ_tʃ_aʊ]
Semantically related words:
kwangchow cuisine, kwangchow chinese, what is the best kwangchow restaurant
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How to use "Kwangchow" in context?
If you grew up eating kwangchow, chances are good you really like it. Kwangchow, also called Shanghai bok choy, is a type of Chinese cabbage that is often stir-fried or cooked in a soup. It has a crisp, slightly bitterness flavor and is perfect for pairing with other flavors. When shopping for kwangchow, look for a head that is firm, with no bruises and tight, dark green leaves. Avoid heads that are wilted or cupped, or that have yellow or brown spots.
Homophones for Kwangchow:
- kananga, kansa, kwanzaa, kwangju, 2 Kings, knowing, kwanza, kansu, knox, kansas, king-size, kinase, kinky, knack, kachinic, Kahane Chai, king, knish, kam-sui, keynes, kaunas, 1 Kings, knee-high, kink, known as, Ken Kesey, kamikaze, kameez, kumasi, knossos, knucks, kinesis, kinkajou, kennewick, kanzu, keenness, Kam Muang, Kogia Simus, kumis, kissing, koumiss, knock, kinshasa, kenning, kongo, kicking, kinsey, kuangchou, kiang.
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