Wasabi

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Ji̍t-pún Izu poàn-tó ê Wasabi
Seng-bu̍t-ha̍k hun-lūi
Kài: Plantae
Mn̂g: Magnoliophyta
Kong: Magnoliopsida
Ba̍k: Brassicales
Kho: Brassicaceae
Sio̍k: Wasabia
Chéng: W. japonica
Ha̍k-miâ
Wasabia japonica
Matsum.

Wasabi (Ji̍t-gí: 山葵; ha̍k-miâ: Wasabia japonica, téng-î Cochlearia wasabi, Eutrema japonica) hām ko-lê-chhài, hoe-chhài téng-téng ê chhài-se kāng ka-cho̍k, lóng sio̍k tī Brassicaceae chit ê kho. Wasabi ê kin ū chò phang-liāu, tiâu-bī-liāu ê lō͘-iōng. I ê khì-bī put-chí-á tāng, gâu chhì-kek phīⁿ-khang lāi ê cho͘-chit. Tī Ji̍t-pún seⁿ-sêng seⁿ toà soaⁿ--ni̍h ê khe-á piⁿ. Chhin-chiâⁿ pau-hâm W. koreana, W. tetsuigi téng-téng ê chéng. Siāng chú-iàu ê chai-poê-chéng ū W. japonica var. Duruma kap Mazuma.

Sêng-hūn[siu-kái]

Wasabi hâm chi̍t-koá isothiocyanate hō͘ i ū te̍k-sû ê khì-bī:

  • 6-methylthiohexyl isothiocyanate,
  • 7-methylthioheptyl isothiocyanate and
  • 8-methylthiooctyl isothiocyanate.

Ū gián-kiù piáu-sī isothiocyanate ū teh sè-khún sêng-tióng ê hoat-tō͘.

Wasabi ê kin boâ chò iù-á.