What Food Begins with the Letter U?

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There are very few foods whose names begin with the letter U, some of which are udo, ugli fruit, udon noodles, ugali and umeboshi plums. Most of these food names are not English names but their traditional name depending on their origin.
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Foods that begin with the letter U include the ugli fruit, udon and upside-down cake.
There are several foods that start with the letter 'U' such as, Urgelia cheese, which is a semi-soft cow's milk cheese, unleavened bread which is made with flour, water and salt and also Udon noodles, which is a type of food.
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There are several foods that start with the letter "u". For example, there is the ugli fruit, upside down cake, unleavened bread, and ugali.
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umeboshi plums- preserved and delicious little Japanese plums used an accompaniment to food. udon - a form of noodle again Japanese. udder- the mammary gland of ...
umeboshi plums- preserved and delicious little Japanese plums used an accompaniment to food. udon - a form of noodle again Japanese. udder- the mammary gland of ...
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