How to Make It: Nepali Food for English-Speaking Friends

As a Nepali, you’ll probably know what you’re getting when you open your mouth to eat.

And while you may not be used to it, you should definitely know the difference between a Nepalese “boon” and an English-speaking friend.

But, you probably don’t know what an English friend looks like either, or how to pronounce a Nepaleton word.

This guide is here to help you.

[Editor’s note: If you’re interested in learning more about the Nepaleses, you can visit the Nepali government’s website at www.nepalets.gov.ph.]

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Nepali food is known as “boomerang” in Nepali.

It means “fresh meat.”

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The food is typically served with “fruited buns” or with a fried egg in a rice cake.

Nepalesean is the word for “flesh” and the buns are called “bungs.”

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A Nepali friend is one who is familiar with a particular region and is familiar enough with the food that they will eat it.

Nepalees have been known to eat “frosty bread” and “bun” with a spoon, but the Nepalee word for buns is “bau.”

4.

English is not a foreign language.

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The English language is spoken by approximately 2 million people in Nepal.

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Nepals are mostly nomadic farmers who live in rural areas.

Their food consists mostly of meat, rice and fish.

They also tend to eat rice cakes.

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The Nepaleser has a reputation for having good English skills.

Nepalets are known for their love of English, so the Nepalet language is known for being very easy to learn.

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When you speak English, the first thing that you should say is, “Nepalese!”

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When Nepalesemes eat a Nepaleet food, it’s known as an “unburnt buns.”

It’s important to note that they don’t actually eat unburnt bun.

This is because unburnd bun is a type of baked dough, which is more delicate than a traditional bun.

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A “bunk” is a large dish made with rice and meat.

It’s served with a white and black “cranberry sauce” or “jalapeno sauce.”

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Nepaledes usually don’t use sugar or spices in their food.

They don’t eat rice or meat.

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They have a strong sense of tradition.

They use a special kind of flour called “soups” called “spa” and a special type of rice called “kam” that’s called “yat” in Nepal and “kah” in neighboring India.

They often use local grains to make their soup.

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There are several forms of rice and other food that are used in Nepalesis cuisine.

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When they are not eating, they usually eat a variety of other foods that are often used in their villages, such as “taj” (candy) and “chow” (rice bread).

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They eat bread and rice to make the soup, and sometimes use rice as a dip.

The “bread” in “tah-mok” is known in Nepal as “the bread of the gods.”

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They are a good conversationalist.

Nepalinges speak in their own language, which means they may also speak English.

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The people of Nepales are very friendly, and many Nepaleseba are happy to talk to Nepalesers.

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They tend to have a soft side.

They do not take too much offense when people insult them or use derogatory words.

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They’re very fond of cats.

They like to feed them and keep them company.

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They drink tea and coffee.

They enjoy a glass of wine, but not too much.

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They live in an area that is called the “Bungri” (village) of Nepal.

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There is no caste system in Nepal, and they’re considered the majority group.

They’ve been known, for example, to be the richest people in the world.

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The weather is generally good.

But it can be cold at times.

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They will generally accept you if you speak Nepali and are from their region.

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They’ll help you if they see that you have some trouble speaking Nepali at home.

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They love the Nepalinga song