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| ||badi elaichi (बडी इलाइचि) (today's sample record)|
Description: False cardamom. Black or brown cardamom. Black or brown or false cardamom is an inferior version of cardamom used only in savoury dishes.
|Green and black cardamom, with thanks to the excellent Arjuna on Mill Road in Cambridge||
Pronounced: bah-rrhee eh-LYEH-chee
Latin: Amomum subulatum
Ethnicity: Indian Subcontinent
Most frequent country: India
Also known as: bara elaichi, boro elaichi, elchi, elcho, false cardamom, kali elaichi, masala welchi, moti illachi, moti illaichi, yalukalu
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