- adj. food products that are prepared in advance and can be eaten as sold
“The salmon slapped with a warning is identified as ready-to-eat smoked salmon, Lot Identifier: 09192011 and distributed in 250-gram vacuum packs, Ontario's chief medical officer said in a release.”
“Excellent functions for keeping cooked rice ready-to-eat, reheating”
“Open Mon-Sat 11am-7.30pm Tapas bar and delicatessen which is all about ready-to-eat, quality ingredients from France and Spain.”
“Excess chick peas PepsiCo doesn't use, the World Food Program is using in a ready-to-eat food product to address famine in Pakistan.”
“Your grocery list might include ready-to-eat canned meats and produce, dry cereals, peanut butter, nuts, crackers, canned juices, nuts, dried fruit and protein bars.”
“It also means saying no to a ready-to-eat salad of chemically sprayed lettuces in favor of cooking your own organic broccoli great to start with frozen too.”
“Serves 61 chicken, about 1.5kg1 cinnamon stick5 black peppercornsPinch of saffron1 tsp salt4cm piece of fresh gingerBay leaf5 tbsp good quality mango chutney I swear by Geeta's50g ready-to-eat dried apricots, finely chopped2 tbsp good curry powder2 tsp Worcestershire sauce200ml homemade mayonnaise200ml Greek yoghurt50g flaked almonds, toastedSmall bunch fresh coriander, choppedGreen salad and basmati rice, to serve1.”
“President Obama has authorized $25 million in non-lethal assistance, and thee first shipment of that aid — 10,000 ready-to-eat meals from Pentagon stocks — arrived in Benghazi this week.”
“Government data show the average household in Utsunomiya city spent 479 yen on ready-to-eat gyoza purchased at supermarkets in December 2010.”
“Live blogging is an open frontier of “ready-to-eat” news media.”
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