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Words Related to Eating, Drinking, and Serving - Types of Food or Drink

Here you will learn some English words related to the different types of food or drink such as "savory", "wholefood", and "delicacy".

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Words Related to Eating, Drinking, and Serving
all-dressed
[adjective]
topped or garnished with a variety of different ingredients
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delicacy
[noun]
a rare or expensive food item that is considered particularly desirable or unique
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iron rations
[noun]
a type of food or meal that is designed for emergency or survival situations, typically containing non-perishable, long-lasting foods
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functional food
[noun]
a type of food that is fortified or enriched with additional nutrients
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perishable
[noun]
food that can spoil or decay quickly and requires proper storage to prevent deterioration
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produce
[noun]
products grown or made on a farm, such as fruits, vegetables, etc.
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savory
[noun]
a small piece of food with a salty taste, that is often served at parties, etc.
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seafood
[noun]
any sea creature that is eaten as food such as fish, shrimp, seaweed, and shellfish
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slop
[noun]
unappetizing and poorly prepared food, often in a liquid or semi-liquid form
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slow food
[noun]
the use of locally-sourced, sustainable, and traditional ingredients, as well as a slower pace of eating and appreciation for food culture
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snackable
[adjective]
easy to consume in small, convenient portions
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soul food
[noun]
a flavorful cuisine rooted in African American culture
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stodge
[noun]
a food that is heavy and filling, but often uninspiring or dull
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superfood
[noun]
foods that are nutrient-rich and believed to have health benefits
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wholefood
[noun]
food that contains little or no artificial substance and is considered healthy
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foodstuff
[noun]
any substance that can be used for consumption as food
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baby food
[noun]
food that is specially prepared for infants and young children to transition to solid foods
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comfort food
[noun]
the type of food that makes one feel happy, because of containing a lot of carbohydrates or sugar, or reminds one of home
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convenience food
[noun]
any type of food that is pre-prepared and can be cooked quickly
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fast food
[noun]
food that is quickly prepared and served, such as hamburgers, pizzas, etc.
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frankenfood
[noun]
a colloquial term used to describe genetically modified or genetically engineered food
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health food
[noun]
the type of food that is considered to be good for the body
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junk food
[noun]
unhealthy food, containing a lot of fat, sugar, etc.
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novel food
[noun]
new or unusual food that may require regulatory approval before being sold
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munchies
[noun]
snack-type foods
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nibble
[noun]
a small bite of food
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halal
[adjective]
(of food) prepared according to Islamic law
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kosher
[adjective]
(of food) prepared according to Jewish law
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street food
[noun]
ready-to-eat food or beverages that are sold by vendors in public places
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food
[noun]
things that people and animals eat, such as meat or vegetables
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meal
[noun]
the food that we eat regularly during different times of day, such as breakfast, lunch, or dinner
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nutrition
[noun]
food that is essential to one's growth and health
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nourishment
[noun]
the food that is needed in order to grow, live, and maintain health
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sustenance
[noun]
the nourishing substances or food that provide the necessary nutrients and energy to sustain life
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grocery
[noun]
(typically plural) food and other items, typically household goods, that we buy at a supermarket such as eggs, flour, etc.
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fare
[noun]
a selection or variety of food or drink, often of a particular type or from a certain region
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specialty
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a type of food or drink or other product that a place is known for because it is delivered in high quality
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chow
[noun]
a food or a meal, especially in an informal or casual setting
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concoction
[noun]
a mixture of various ingredients, often created with skill and creativity like a blend of flavors in a drink
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eats
[noun]
a food or meal
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grub
[noun]
basic and hearty food
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nosh
[noun]
a light snack or bite to eat, especially one enjoyed casually
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repast
[noun]
the food served and consumed during a single meal or occasion, especially in a formal or festive setting
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viands
[noun]
a collection or variety of different food items available for consumption especially as a part of a meal or banquet
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provender
[noun]
a supply of feed or fodder for livestock or other animals
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victuals
[noun]
food or provisions, especially when prepared for human consumption
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probiotic
[adjective]
containing beneficial bacteria or microorganisms, often used to promote digestive health or balance within the body
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finger food
[noun]
small, bite-sized food items that are designed to be eaten with the hands, without the need for utensils, and are often served at parties or gatherings
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dehydrated food
[noun]
food that has had all its water removed to make it last longer
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solid food
[noun]
any edible substance that is not in a liquid or semi-liquid form and can be chewed and swallowed
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