- a soft food prepared from hulled and crushed grain, especially buckwheat.
- such grain before cooking.
Origin of kasha
First recorded in 1800–10, kasha is from the Russian word kásha
- a brand name for a soft fabric of wool and goat's hair, having a napped surface and a slight crosswise streak.
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No; the meat was without salt, the kasha was without salt, and there was no salt in the potatoes.
Then they brought the old man into the hut and gave him a bowl of kasha to eat, because he had had no dinner.
There was no magic about the kasha; but it was good enough kasha for all that, and hunger made it better.
- a dish originating in Eastern Europe, consisting of boiled or baked buckwheat
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