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Hindi translation: Jaanwar ke pet ke andar ki charbi ya antdiyaan

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English term or phrase:rennet
Hindi translation:Jaanwar ke pet ke andar ki charbi ya antdiyaan
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04:05 Sep 10, 2000
English to Hindi translations [Non-PRO]
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English term or phrase: rennet
Is consuming this enzyme similar to consuming beef
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Explanation:
If you want Hindi translation, it would be like 'Kisi jaanwar, khaas karke bachde, ke pet ke andar ki charbi ya antdiyaan'. Yes, you are right, it would be something like consuming beef.

For complete explanation of the term from Merriam webster dictionary, continue:

Main Entry: ren·net
Pronunciation: 're-n&t
Function: noun

1 a : the contents of the stomach of an unweaned animal and especially a calf b : the lining membrane of a stomach or one of its compartments (as the fourth of a ruminant) used for curdling milk; also : a preparation of the stomach of animals used for this purpose

For any other doubts, please get back to me.

Roomy Naqvy.
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Roomy Naqvy
India
Local time: 04:16
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4 - Thanks for the clarification. Cheese is one of my favourite foods but being a hindu I feel really uncomfortable about eating what is essentially considered vegetarian. Are there brands available easily which sell cheese not using rennet
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Explanation:
If you want Hindi translation, it would be like 'Kisi jaanwar, khaas karke bachde, ke pet ke andar ki charbi ya antdiyaan'. Yes, you are right, it would be something like consuming beef.

For complete explanation of the term from Merriam webster dictionary, continue:

Main Entry: ren·net
Pronunciation: 're-n&t
Function: noun

1 a : the contents of the stomach of an unweaned animal and especially a calf b : the lining membrane of a stomach or one of its compartments (as the fourth of a ruminant) used for curdling milk; also : a preparation of the stomach of animals used for this purpose

For any other doubts, please get back to me.

Roomy Naqvy.


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Roomy Naqvy
India
Local time: 04:16
Native speaker of: Native in HindiHindi
PRO pts in pair: 12
Grading comment
4 - Thanks for the clarification. Cheese is one of my favourite foods but being a hindu I feel really uncomfortable about eating what is essentially considered vegetarian. Are there brands available easily which sell cheese not using rennet

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