Definitions

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  • adj. That is not meat or unrelated to meat.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ meat

Examples

  • This compares with the 35% beef composition that Beasley Allen claims was found in tests it conducted, thanks to "'extenders' and other nonmeat substances."

    Taco Bell Counters Lawsuit

  • Eric Fenster , one of Gather's partners, said the restaurant aims to keep a 50-50 mix between meat and nonmeat dishes, something he said is rarely seen on menus.

    Where Veg Meets Non-Veg

  • The cattle sector's measurement for the worth of hides, organ meats and other nonmeat products that may be used in the production of pharmaceutical products is referred to as the "drop credit."

    Car Slump Hits Cattle Industry as Demand for Leather Declines

  • The administration hopes to reduce the number and duration of outbreaks of food-borne illnesses by targeting $1 billion more for the FDA, which regulates most nonmeat items.

    Health: Financing Health-Care Reform

  • To further accommodate nonmeat eaters, cook grain dishes such as stuffing or rice separately from meat, using vegetable broth.

    Tip of the day: Make holiday foods healthful

  • However, it is difficult for our bodies to absorb iron from a nonmeat source red meat provides the most easily absorbed form of iron.

    The Fussy Eaters’ Recipe Book

  • They are rich in protein and zinc and vitamins A, D, E, and B12 the latter is essential for vegetarians, as eggs are one of the few nonmeat sources of this vitamin.

    The Fussy Eaters’ Recipe Book

  • Use some nonmeat protein sources such as tofu, beans, and nuts.

    The Most Complete Food Counter, 2nd Edition

  • Not until 1910 was margarine made of nonmeat products.

    Trans Fats

  • Whether one approves of strict vegetarianism as a continuous mode of living or not, it will be admitted that the change from a meat diet to a nonmeat diet must be of great benefit in the treatment of chronic diseases.

    Nature Cure

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