03 Feb Spices in Foreign Languages: PDFs
Ever stood in the grocery store, staring at all the little spice containers, trying to figure out which you wanted by how it looked, because you didn’t know the local word for what you wanted? And only later did you discover you’d bought tumeric instead of curry?
Or have you stood there, trying to discreetly sniff at the packets or jars to figure out what they might be . . . only to overload your nose and suddenly have a sneezing fit?
Here’s the answer to your problem!
Three cruisers have provided translation lists — all are PDFs. You can download as many as you want, and put them on many devices as you wish (putting them on your phone to have at the market can be helpful):
- One includes 6 languages– Danish, German, French, Spanish and Italian
- One is just Spanish but includes several baking items as well
- One is Indonesian
Do you have other “foreign language” lists that you find helpful and would be willing to share with other cruisers? Drop me a note in the comments and I’ll be in touch with you by e-mail (it can be a PDF, Word or almost any other format).