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1) Acacia gum, more commonly known as Gum Arabic. Used as an emulsifier, thickening agent, stabilizer and flavor enhancer.

2) Sargassum (also called Gulfweed and Sea Holly), a seaweed found especially in the Sargasso Sea in the Atlantic Ocean, are any of several brown algae of the genus Sargassum.
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3) b) Peas.

4) Kedgeree, kegeree, kitchari.

5) Liederkranz (after the Liederkranz Club).
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6) The Tangelo.
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7) Crab Boil, or Shrimp Boil (Seafood Seasoning).

8) Parson's nose or Pope's nose.
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