Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of food.

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Examples

  • While water or other liquids can improve the consistency of weaning foods, they also dilute the foods’ nutritional value.

    14. Saving seeds for planting

  • Because milk, eggs, and leafy vegetables are so valuable and essential in diet, these foods have been termed _protective foods_.

    School and Home Cooking

  • In addition to fried foods, schools cannot provide students with what the National School Lunch Program has identified as �foods of minimal nutritional value (FMNV) � such as gum, candy or soft drinks, or �competitive foods, � which are food and beverages sold or provided in vending machines, in school stores or as part of school fundraisers.

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  • He says that histamines in foods have nothing to do with allergic reactions to those foods, so the amount of histamines in foods is almost never of value to allergists.

    Wine, allergies, histamines and sulfites - reactions from an allergist | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • In Britain, as James Kirkup and Lucy Pawle reported on The Telegraph website, the Ministry of Defence has let slip the news that: anyone with allergies to nuts, wheat, eggs and other foods is at too great a risk of coming to harm and is therefore "automatically graded as unfit for service".

    Allergies Ban You From UK Army

  • I love to play with the Latin, Asian, and East Asian flavors — what I call the foods we eat here in California.

    Kitchen Secrets

  • A recipe for chilaquiles and other foods is at the end of this lengthy article.

    Article on "Tasting San Miguel"

  • Foods contain combinations of all three, but we label foods as sources of saturated (butter), monounsaturated (olive oil), or polyunsaturated (corn oil), based on the predominant fat in the food.

    The Most Complete Food Counter, 2nd Edition

  • That wonderful, and in itself essentially sacramental process, by which the organism lives by the incorporation and assimilation into its own substance of other substances which we call foods, is the exact analogue of the way in which our true, spiritual manhood lives by the incorporation and assimilation of the manhood of Christ, that manhood which is holy, which exists in the

    Gloria Crucis addresses delivered in Lichfield Cathedral Holy Week and Good Friday, 1907

  • "Certain foods can help you maximize the benefits from exercise, not reduce the amount you're doing," said Roger Fielding, director of the Nutrition, Exercise Physiology and Sarcopenia Laboratory at Tufts University.

    Beetroot Juice May Help Endurance

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