Definitions for "Food"
Those commodities which people normally eat: the weight of wholesome edible material, measured on a moisture-free basis, that would normally be consumed by humans. Inedible portions of the crop, such as stalks, hulls and leaves are not food. A useful but arbitrary distinction is often made between 'food', consumed by man, and 'feed', consumed by or fed to animals.
Any elaborated, semi-elaborated or natural substance for human consumption, including beverages, chewing gum and any other substance used in the manufacture, preparation, or treatment of food; it dos not include cosmetics, tobacco or substances used solely as medicine (for the purposes of this guide, water is considered food).
edible substance containing nutrients that, on ingestion, maintain the vital functions of a person or other living organism.73 Part of the Basic Societal Function Food and Nutrition.
What is fed upon; that which goes to support life by being received within, and assimilated by, the organism of an animal or a plant; nutriment; aliment; especially, what is eaten by animals for nourishment.
Anything that instructs the intellect, excites the feelings, or molds habits of character; that which nourishes.
Materials, usually of plant or animal origin, containing or consisting of essential body nutrients that is take in and assimilated by an organism to maintain life and grow.
The Sami diet is simple and healthy. It consists of fish caught in lakes, rivers and the ocean, reindeer meat that is dried in the sun, smoked, or cooked in a stew with potatoes, and cloudberries and mushrooms gathered from the forests and bogs. Shredded carrots, sliced peppers amd bok choy often accompany a Sami meal as do bread, cheese and coffee.
a complete diet specially formulated for chinchillas
Slashfood Tyler Cowen's Ethnic Dining Guide
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We usually have a potluck (mostly snacks and quick stuff) after the ritual. If you can contribute something, it is appreciated; if you can't, it is understood. Please remember to take your pots and cooking utensils with you when you leave; don't leave dirty dishes for others to take care of.
it’s quite popular for Thais to take a gift of food back home when they visit a place and every region of Thailand is famed for particular foods. In Phuket, you’ll find cashew nuts, dried squid and shrimp paste are readily available and packaged for gift-giving. There’s a cashew nut factory and outlet in Chalong for those who want to take their nut knowledge to the next level. The daily food markets around the island are a good place to see some foods you might not be used to.
Keywords:  sarcasm, tonight, mom, dinner, answer
The response Mom usually gives in answer to the question"What's for dinner tonight?" See "SARCASM."
Keywords:  cheetohs, chocolate, cookies
chocolate, cookies and Cheetohs(R)
use of food products in a scene, such as insertion of a cucumber or spreading of some strawberry jam.
A metaphor term used by search engine optimization specialists to compare web pages (food) for search engines (spiders) crawling the web. Each individual engine or directory will favor a different algorithm (food) for ranking its data relevancy. Hence, all engines and directories produce different results.
To supply with food.
Nutrition which must be supplied at the right time, in the right quantity, of the right ingredients, takes no time or energy to prepare, and (if you're lucky), that you like
Dreaming of seeing or eating food is beneficial; if you dream of wanting it means the reverse.
Journal:This is a written record of all foods and drinks consumed by a person over a given time. It can assist in personalizing dietary planning.
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Keywords:  weak, point, real
a real weak point
Keywords:  feeds, reading, web
Food is for reading feeds on the web.