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What is kiri?

I'm working with a French cookbook that calls for this ingredient, could be a brand name.

asked by marlizzy almost 7 years ago

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phyllis
added almost 7 years ago

Kiri is a non-alcoholic soda made in Quebec. But this is the one toure probably after: creamy cheese wedges from France.

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susan g
added almost 7 years ago

I have seen Kiri winter squash used in recipes from New Zealand (DISH magazine). Here's an article about this originally Japanese squash -- http://www.specialtyproduce.com/produce.php?item=4881
You should be able to tell from the context what the cookbook is talking about.
...and I've learned two new meanings! Thanks everyone.

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marlizzy
added almost 7 years ago

From the context, it is most probably the cheese.

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