Context is talking about cheesecakes
My guess is like depending on the company the taste is strong. I ddon’t know where the depending part would be though…
I looked up あっさりしたり but still confused how it fits.
Sorry for not posting on short question thread, my phone seems to not like being there mhm hm
According to jisho
あっさり: lightly (seasoned food, applied make-up, etc.)
So about japanese cheecake, depending on the company, the taste is 濃い or あっさり
This means “depending on”: 会社によって - depending on the company
あっさり - means a light taste, and the ったり…したり is a grammar point for listing things, in this case strong taste and light taste.
@Burnannator If you don’t mind, I could move the thread to the Japanese Language section, under Grammar, to keep the forum a bit more tidy (and help others find your thread)?
i def can’t help with grammar, haha, but i moved your thread to #japanese-language:grammar. hope that’s okay
I didn’t know people can do that I don’t mind🐨
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