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Main article: Origins of character names The name is a pun on " Yajin" , which means "wildman", and an anagram of yasai (野菜), which means "vegetable". The suffix, -jin , means "person". "Saiyan" is the English transliteration of Saiya-jin . In the Japanese, " Saiya-jin " is pronounced "Sigh-ya-jin" , while in the English dubs, "Saiyan" is pronounced "Say-an" .

Wow. These all look so amazing and I feel like making them ALL!! I love that you use jackfruit. I made pulled jackfruit sandwiches before with fresh jackfruit and it was just amazing. WAYYYY better than fake meat. I’d love to try it in some of these recipes, too!
marquis @realrawkitchen recently posted… RECIPE: vanilla avocado pudding


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