How to Pronounce annatto?

Correct pronunciation for the word "annatto" is [ˈanətˌə͡ʊ], [ˈanətˌə‍ʊ], [ˈa_n_ə_t_ˌəʊ].

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"Annatto" in context

Annatto is an oil-soluble yellow-orange food dye and food flavoring derived from the seeds of the South American achiote tree. The dye has been used for centuries by indigenous peoples in the Americas and has been used in Europe since the 16th century. It has a slight peppery flavor and a pleasant aroma, similar to the tree's flowers. The seeds have been used to color and flavor cheeses, butter, and margarine, while the oil can be used to flavor a wide variety of dishes. Annatto is also used to add a yellow color to custards, soups, and other foods.

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