enokidake

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noun eno·ki·da·ke \e-ˌnō-kē-ˈdä-kē\
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enokitake

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enokidake mushroom

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enokitake mushroom

Definition of enokidake

  1. :  enoki mushroom enokidake, tiny pin-shaped Japanese mushrooms good for garnishing soups and salads … — Claire Hopley

Origin and Etymology of enokidake

Japanese enokitake, from enoki Chinese hackberry (Celtis sinensis) + take mushroom


First Known Use: circa 1977


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