Did you perhaps mean local?
- adj. informal (of food or drink) That contains fewer calories than normal
- low + calories (Wiktionary)
“I tried everything but Alan Jackson had it right, "... that lo-cal, no cal is hard to take! ...”
“So, when we drive up to the state we stock up on the lo-cal foods I enjoy and can not get here.”
“This in contrast to a bunch of retirees and trailer park trash living the SoCal sweet life the lo-cal sweet life? on the budget plan.”
“Then, eat it all, secure in the knowledge that it's lo-cal and it can't be that bad for you.”
“Lidocaine, the antiarrhythmic and lo-cal anesthetic, for instance, could cause prolonged seizures if given intravenously in large enough doses.”
“While expressing our own regrets we can, as interpreters of lo-cal kusum, do no less than concur with this somber as'sessment.”
“Actually, Pulickel wasn't sure that he would, but he'd learned early on in his career that when traveling, no amount of research, no matter how thor-ough, could substitute for the knowledge of someone lo-cal.”
“Skinless chicken breasts and lo-cal, lo-taste would never do.”
“But for the lo-cal Landgrave to countenance the murder of us happy hairless ones, he must feel pretty confident of his posi'tion.”
“We still have food occasions, but now a fair amount of the food is fruits and vegetables and lo-cal items.”
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