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I want to describe a specific type of cake which is very popular in Sweden (kladdkaka). It contains no baking powder, and therefore the consistency remains almost viscous, kind of like fudge. In English I think "gooey" suits. What can I say in Esperanto?

  • I guess I'd add that in the middle it can be very gooey and the ends are mostly fully baked. It's great that someone is asking! 😄 – Charlotte SL Oct 16 '16 at 16:16
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I think the word glueca is what you're looking for. The PIV defines it as follows:

glueca. Prezentanta la ecojn de gluo: rezino estas glueca; gluecaj manoj de infano.

However, if you want to emphasize viscosity (which might not make sense for a cake that, while sticky, is still solid), you could use viscoza or viskeca:

viskoz/a ☐ Malfacile fluanta, siropeca alteniĝema, kiel la fruktosuko de visko. Sin. viskeca.

  • Other people also suggested glueca. For some reason I'd prefer not to use it for food (at least not food I like!) since it is linked to glue. You guys are probably right though, I let my associations decide too much when it comes to food! – Antonia Montaro Oct 16 '16 at 17:35
  • I would not say glueca too, when referred to food I like. It seems more a word I would use to complain about food. – kiamlaluno Oct 17 '16 at 18:51

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