goût caprique

Dutch translation: geitenkaas-smaak

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French term or phrase:goût caprique
Dutch translation:geitenkaas-smaak
Entered by: Jan Messchendorp

11:27 Jan 23, 2009
French to Dutch translations [PRO]
Food & Drink
French term or phrase: goût caprique
Franse kaas (Picodon)

Le goût est franc, caractérisé par un *goût caprique* et un léger piquant

= "geitenkaas-smaak"? Dan zou je eerder verwachten "caprin". "Caprique" heeft betrekking op caprinezuur maar dat lijkt me hier niet van toepassing.
Jan Messchendorp
Netherlands
Local time: 10:17
door de typische geitenkaas-smaak
Explanation:
smaakt naar geit!!
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NMR (X)
France
Local time: 10:17
Grading comment
Hartelijk bedankt iedereen.
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3 +3door de typische geitenkaas-smaak
NMR (X)


  

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door de typische geitenkaas-smaak


Explanation:
smaakt naar geit!!

NMR (X)
France
Local time: 10:17
Native speaker of: Native in DutchDutch
PRO pts in category: 12
Grading comment
Hartelijk bedankt iedereen.

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Ingeborg Aalders
8 mins

agree  Marianne Knijff: Cet acide gras, que les chimistes appellent caprique ou caproïque, donne ce goût de chèvre qui est unique.
2 hrs

agree  Bram Poldervaart: smaak van geitenkaas, inderdaad!
2 days 21 hrs
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