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Expiry date
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Expiry date: Expiration date, date on which something loses its validation or utility (i.e. drivers license, food product, etc.)
Fairy tale
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Fairy tale: Story involving fantastic forces and beings (fairies, witches, etc.) imaginary or incredible story created to mislead others
Fairytale
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Fairytale: Story involving fantastic forces and beings (fairies, witches, etc.) imaginary or incredible story created to mislead others
Farm to fork
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Farm to fork: Of or pertaining to the human food chain as from the stage of production to its consumption
Fast food restaurant
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Fast food restaurant: Restaurant in which food is prepared and served quickly
Fat tax
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Fat tax: Junk food tax, tax on foods that are considered unhealthy and help obesity
Filch
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Filch: To steal or take privily (commonly, that which is of little value) to pilfer. Fain would they filch that little food away. Dryden. But he that filches from me my g
Fish restaurant
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Fish restaurant: Restaurant that specializes in preparing different kinds of fish and other seafood dishes restaurant that serves fish and seafood dishes
Fishpond
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Fishpond: Pond for ornamental fish pond in which edible fish are raised
Flamb
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Flamb: Drench food in liquor and light it before serving as to give the flavor of the liquor to the food
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