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Re: bread-bakers-digest V6 #52 Hannah Struve Zo pronounciation

smile@owens.ridgecrest.ca.us (Mary Ash)
Sun, 10 Dec 1995 07:19:11 -0800
>From: HHStruve@aol.com
>Date: Sun, 3 Dec 1995 15:59:46 -0500
>Subject: How to pronounce Zojirushi
>I recently purchased a Zojirushi Bread Machine.

 When discussing bread
>machines with people I have to spell Zojirushi since I haven't any idea how
>to pronounce it. No one I know owns one or has even heard of this brand. Of
>course, I could pronounce it any way I like since no one knows the
>Does anyone have a hint on how to pronounce it? Any *sound like* words? 
>I know this is hard to do when you can't actually demonstrate the correct
>If this is too far off subject, maybe someone could just e-mail me and not
>bore others with a phonetics lesson.  
>Thanks for any help.
>Hannah Hibbs Struve
The Zojirushi is pronounced Zo (long "o") ji (short "i")ru (roo long "o") sh 
(soft sh sound) i (ee long e sound) but the easy way out is to just say Zo 
with a long "o" sound. From what I've been told it is one of the best 
breadmakers on the market. I've looking at the King Arthur Flour catalog 
longingly for sometime, but can't justify owning one since I now have my 
Kitchen Aid mixer. Hope this helps.