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Foodborne
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Foodborne: Carried in food, originating from food (as in foodborne diseases)
Foots
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Foots: Dregs, sediment, particles or solid matter which settle at the bottom of a liquid (In the food industry)
Fossores
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Fossores: A group of hymenopterous insects including the sand wasps. They excavate cells in earth, where they deposit their eggs, with the bodies of other insects for the
Fpc
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Fpc: Tasteless and odorless high protein food additive made from ground fish which is suitable to be consumed by humans
Freeze dry
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Freeze dry: Preserve food through a process of freezing and then drying it
Frigate
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Frigate: Originally, a vessel of the Mediterranean propelled by sails and by oars. The French, about 1650, transferred the name to larger vessels, and by 1750 it had been
Frumenty
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Frumenty: Food made of hulled wheat boiled in milk, with sugar, plums, etc. [Written also furmenty and furmity.] Halliwell.
Fryer
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Fryer: Pot used for frying chicken intended for frying, food intended for frying
Gapes the gapes
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Gapes the gapes: One who gapes. (Zo?l.) (a) A European fish. See 4th Comber. (b) A large edible clam (Schizoth?rus Nuttalli), of the Pacific coast called also gaper clam.
Garden rocket
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Garden rocket: Rocket salad, Mediterranean plant with pungent edible green leaves, roquette, arugula (used in salads)
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