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Eggnog
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Eggnog: A drink made with raw eggs, milk, sugar, spice, and brandy. Punch made of sweetened milk or cream.
Eggplant
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Eggplant: A plant (Solanum Melongena), of East Indian origin, allied to the tomato, and bearing a large, smooth, edible fruit, shaped somewhat like an egg mad-apple.
Elaboration
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Elaboration: The act or process of producing or refining with labor improvement by successive operations refinement. (Physiol.) The natural process of formation or assimi
Elephant
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Elephant: (Zo?l.) A mammal of the order Proboscidia, of which two living species, Elephas Indicus and E. Africanus, and several fossil species, are known. They have a pro
Enoki
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Enoki: Small delicatedly flavored white edible mushroom with slender stalks native to Japan
Enoki mushroom
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Enoki mushroom: Enokidake, small delicatedly flavored white edible mushroom with slender stalks native to Japan
Enokidake
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Enokidake: Enoki mushroom, small delicatedly flavored white edible mushroom with slender stalks native to Japan
Enterotoxin
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Enterotoxin: Toxin which originates in the intestine (causes food poisoning)
Epiglottis
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Epiglottis: A cartilaginous lidlike appendage which closes the glottis while food or drink is passing while food or drink is passing through the pharynx.
Escargot
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Escargot: (French) edible snail usually served in its shell with a garlic and butter sauce
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