Pickled Ume, Umeboshi
This is a food pretty specific to Japan, making it a slightly weird one to learn. You have a Japanese Plum. Then you have dry. So when the Japanese plum is dried, it's not a dried plum (that would be too easy), it is a pickled plum or pickled ume. If you know the name of this food, you can call it by that too: umeboshi.
The reading for this one, like the meaning, is kind of strange. It's the kun'yomi readings, so apologies in advance for that. You have うめ plus ぼし, which comes from 干す though the し is stuffed inside the 干 for some reason. It's also rendaku'd. Basically, everything is all screwed up, so you know, deal with it. This food is awesome, and common, so you have to learn it. I guess the pickling process has mangled the reading of this word. At least it tastes good.
Umeboshi is good for motion sickness.
Umeboshi can be mixed with anything.
Excuse me. May I get through? I’d like to buy that jar of pickled plums.