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1) Sabayon is the French word for Zabaglione.

2) Safflower oil.
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3) Saffron is obtained from the Saffron crocus (Crocus sativus).
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4) Dr. James H. Salisbury said we should eat broiled, lean ground beef 3 times a day. The popular Salisbury steak was named after him.
More on Dr. Salisbury and Salisbury Steak

5) Salt Water Taffy.
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6) Sambuca, an Italian anise flavored liqueur named after the elderbush (Latin name Sambucus).
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7) Saratoga chips, better known today as potato chips.
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8) Capt. Cook took 25,000 pounds of Sauerkraut with him on the voyage.
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9) Seltzer water, named for Niederselters, a town in the Wiesbaden region of Germany.
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10) The answers all begin with the letter S.



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