Onoono / Kaku (各) in Japanese Recipes?

janny
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I was trying to translate this word, 各, but I'm still puzzled after finding the meaning. I read that it means, "each, every, either", but I'm not sure how that works in a recipe. In one recipe, it was used twice with liquids, "酒各小さじ1" and "水各大さじ1/2".

Any help is much appreciated. Thanks! :)

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maki
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Re: Onoono / Kaku (各) in Japanese Recipes?

When it's used like that in recipes, it means 'each'. So it might say 酒、水各大さじ1 which would mean 'sake and water, 1 tablespoon each'.

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janny
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Re: Onoono / Kaku (各) in Japanese Recipes?

Thank you so much Maki! I definitely understand it now. :)

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