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My mother brought some spices back from her holiday in Morocco but I can't seem to find a translation of them they are

  • Cuorre
  • Pikante
  • Pimante Negra
  • Pimante Rojo
  • Kanela
  • Comeno
  • 7 Especais Mexta
  • Jengebre
  • Courcuoma
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    Welcome! I've added bullets to your list. The way our formatting works, you need to either use double returns, bullets, or add a double space at the end of a line to have it actually break when it's rendered.
    – Catija
    Sep 20 '17 at 16:09
  • A lot of that looks like french. Sep 21 '17 at 13:07
  • @JourneymanGeek not at all. Reads like a mix of Spanish, Italian and a pinch of Portuguese with some "creativity" thrown in.
    – Stephie
    Sep 21 '17 at 19:06
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After a quick googling and just looking at the words.

  • Cuorre Pikante : Crushed Red Pepper Flakes
  • Pimante Negra : Black peppercorn.
  • Pimante Rojo : Pink peppercorn.
  • Kanela : Cinnamon
  • Comeno : Maybe the brand name of the 7 spice mix ?
  • 7 Especais Mexta : 7 Spice mix.
  • Jengebre : Ginger
  • Courcuoma : Curcuma/Turmeric
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    Comeno - if I had to guess... "cumin". As a note, if you looked at the markup for the post, all of the items were on separate lines. I've added bullets now, to make it more clear, though.
    – Catija
    Sep 20 '17 at 16:10
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    Curcuma is more commonly called turmeric in English, I think.
    – Kareen
    Sep 20 '17 at 16:17

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