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Sake, also transliterated as saké or saki, is a wine made from rice. It is commonly used in Japanese cooking. Many types of cooking will evaporate the alcohol, leaving a nearly non-alcoholic dish. (See the numerous warnings on the alcoholic drink page.)

Mirin is sweetened sake, commonly used to make teriyaki sauce.

Recipes using sake includeEdit

Last modified on 27 November 2006, at 18:51