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Coddler
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Coddler: One who pampers one who prepares food slowly in hot water
Coffee
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Coffee: Beverage consisting of ground coffee bean. The beans come from a tall tropical shrub that get mixed with water.
Coleslaw
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Coleslaw: A salad of shredded cabbage with onions and carrots. Shredded cabbage.
Comminute
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Comminute: To reduce to minute particles, or to a fine powder to pulverize to triturate to grind as, to comminute chalk or bones 6. to comminute food with the teeth. Penn
Common salt
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Common salt: Table salt, variety of salt which is added to food to enhance its flavor
Complete protein
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Complete protein: Food source that contains all of the essential amino acids (animal sources: meat, dairy, eggs, etc.)
Concoct
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Concoct: To digest to convert into nourishment by the organs of nutrition. [Obs.] Food is concocted, the heart beats, the blood circulates. Cheyne. To purify or refine ch
Concoction
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Concoction: A change in food produced by the organs of nutrition digestion. [Obs.] The act of concocting or preparing by combining different ingredients also, the food or
Consumables
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Consumables: Goods that may be used up food or services which people buy regularly because they need to be replaced quite often
Content analysis
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Content analysis: Table which details the nutritional value of a food product
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