anhōhīke

anhoohiike

anhōhīke

1) the quality of having been deliberately prepared to be eaten; the quality of having been cooked.

2) the abstract concept of food preparation or cooking.

anhōhÄ«ke requires preparation, but it does not require subjecting something to heat. Ceviche (and I’m sure the KÄ“leni have something like ceviche, though I don’t know the word for it) would be anhōhÄ«ke, though not necessarily “cooked”.

[I have a few more food and cooking words, and then I thought I’d try a different subject. Any suggestions?]