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appetite

appetite

/ˈæpəˌtaɪt/
noun
the feeling of wanting food
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It also makes you sleepy, and you lose your appetite and thirst.

Recruits work up a major appetite during training.

There isn't as much appetite for a base level vehicle.

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appetizer

appetizer

/ˈæpəˌtaɪzɝ/
noun
a small dish that is eaten before the main part of a meal
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This whole thing is one appetizer.

Or going back for another plate - [Garfield] This will be as an appetizer.

They're often served with meals or as an appetizer.

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starter

starter

/ˈstɑɹtɝ/
noun
a small dish served before the main course
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but regardless every time I start over a new game I usually pick a different starter each time

The sourdough starter was discovered when a mixture of flour and water was exposed to the elements over time.

Using a sourdough starter was pretty much the only way of making bread for thousands of years.

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balanced

balanced

/ˈbæɫənst/
adjective
keeping or demonstrating a state of balance, with equal or proportionate amounts
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The rider works constantly to stay balanced.

Some people will probably see increases as other people see decreases, but it'll be more balanced overall.

It's balanced!

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buffet

buffet

/ˈbəfət/, /bəˈfeɪ/
noun
a meal with many dishes from which people serve themselves at a table and then eat elsewhere
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The most obvious money saver for a buffet restaurant is there's less need for servers.

Pay attention to the layout of a buffet line.

Tipping 10% is acceptable at a buffet restaurant.

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to boil

to boil

/ˈbɔɪɫ/
verb
to cook food or be cooked in very hot water
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Anger was boiling up inside me.

Giant mirrors focus sunlight and heat up asteroid rock to boil out the gases.

So, boiled down, logos is an appeal to knowledge, or facts.

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brunch

brunch

/ˈbɹəntʃ/
noun
a meal served late in the morning, as a combination of breakfast and lunch
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We went inside Canada's Entomo Farms to see how they turn crickets from bugs to brunch.

Passover seders and Easter brunches were just around the corner.

So, on Saturday, me and my cousin went to brunch, 'cause,

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cafeteria

cafeteria

/ˌkæfəˈtɪɹiə/
noun
a restaurant, typically in colleges, hospitals, etc. where you choose and pay for your meal before carrying it to a table
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We see where they have diversity , basically in service section in the cafeteria.

The cameraperson is now shooting inside of the cafeteria.

The cafeteria food was basically poison.

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calorie

calorie

/ˈkæɫɝi/
noun
a unit for measuring the amount of energy that a type of food produces
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The calories in, calories out.

It feasted eagerly at the carcass - crucial calories at a time when food could be hard to find.

So, in terms of the calories and nutrients it provided, meat was worth it.

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carbohydrate

carbohydrate

/ˌkɑɹboʊˈhaɪˌdɹeɪt/, /ˌkɑɹboʊˈhaɪdɹət/
noun
a substance that contains or consists of hydrogen, oxygen, and carbon that provide heat and energy for the body, such as starch or sugar
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The energy and most of the materials come from the three macronutrients: fats, carbohydrates and proteins.

They need information like what your blood sugar level is and how many carbohydrates you're eating.

Plants absorb the Sun's energy during photosynthesis, adding carbon dioxide and water to make carbohydrates and grow bigger.

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chef

chef

/ˈʃɛf/
noun
a professional cook; the chief cook in a restaurant or hotel
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This hat conventionally symbolizes the chef's position of authority in the context of a restaurant kitchen.

She wanted to be a chef, if I recall.

I think this is a chef Pikachu.

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cholesterol

cholesterol

/kəˈɫɛstɝˌɔɫ/, /kəˈɫɛstɝəɫ/
noun
a substance high in fat found in blood and most body tissues, a high amount of which correlates with an increased risk of heart disease
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Coffee intake was also down due to speculative links between caffeine and cancer, high cholesterol and other health diseases.

Steroids get their name from the fatty molecule cholesterol.

That fatty cholesterol base means that steroids are able to cross fatty cell membranes and enter cells.

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cooker

cooker

/ˈkʊkɝ/
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a stove; an appliance used for cooking food on or in, usually consisting of an oven, a grill, and one or multiple hobs powered by gas or electricity
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And so we've got the cookers, then.

We have got water ampules as well, which you can put in the cooker and mix with the heroin.

Are you allowed to have a microwave, a rice cooker, a hot plate?

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course

course

/ˈkɔɹs/
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one of the three parts of a meal, served separately
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This group begins with an enhanced obstacle course.

Now they also need to safely transport 35-pound ammo cans across the course.

This is the confidence course at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in Parris Island, South Carolina.

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cuisine

cuisine

/kwɪˈzin/
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a method or style of cooking that is specific to a country or region
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The superthin, layered dough is used in many dishes in Greek cuisine, like the famous baklava.

Argan oil is predominantly used in high-end cosmetic products and Moroccan cuisine.

However, Aoki has also been criticized for watering down Japanese cuisine and culture for commercial success.

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to diet

to diet

/ˈdaɪət/
verb
to eat small amounts or particular kinds of food, especially to lose weight
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The diet of early humans depended on what foods were available to them.

Tab, the company's first diet soda was culled.

The daily diet of early humans depended on what foods they could find.

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to digest

to digest

/ˈdaɪdʒɛst/, /daɪˈdʒɛst/
verb
to break down food in the body and to absorb its nutrients and necessary substances
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Very few humans would have been able to digest the stuff at all.

All mammals, including humans, can digest mother's milk as infants.

but it looks like they’ve also evolved the same molecular mechanisms for digesting their prey.

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eating disorder

eating disorder

/ˈiːɾɪŋ dɪsˈoːɹdɚ/
noun
a mental condition that causes a person to eat too much or too little
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My Free Eating Disorder Workbook" is a great place to start aswell

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ingredient

ingredient

/ˌɪnˈɡɹidiənt/
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any of the constituents that are added to a compound or mixture in order to make it, such as the foods in a meal
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The company had long boasted about the quality of its ingredients.

She measures ingredients by eye and feels the mixture for consistency.

There are four basic ingredients: sugar, corn syrup, gelatin, and air.

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mineral

mineral

/ˈmɪnɝəɫ/, /ˈmɪnɹəɫ/
noun
a solid and natural substance that is not produced in the body of living beings but its intake is necessary to remain healthy
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The water is mixed with nutrientsvitamins and mineralsthat plants require in order to grow.

The goal is to infuse the salt with minerals from the bamboo and to remove any impurities.

Manufacturers say this process has the lowest toxicity and highest mineral content.

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nutrition

nutrition

/nuˈtɹɪʃən/
noun
food that is essential to one's growth and health
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The ads will certainly emphasize things like good taste, easy preparation, and high nutrition.

His duties include spiritual guide, counselor, pal, nutrition advisor, trainer, and massage therapist.

If those sound like strange words you might find in a nutrition label, you're right.

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organic

organic

/ɔɹˈɡænɪk/
adjective
(of food or farming techniques) produced or done without any artificial or chemical substances
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Any organic materials emit these planet-warming gases as they decompose.

Biogas can be produced from any organic material, including animal, and human, feces.

KFC will give you a lot more food per dollar than an organic salad chain.

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portion

portion

/ˈpɔɹʃən/
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an amount of food served to or enough for one person
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When I was editing Katie’s portion of the video, I saw her red lip

Paraskevas portions out smaller pieces that need to be exactly ...

This is the highest technology portion of the engine.

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protein

protein

/ˈpɹoʊˌtin/
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a substance found in food such as meat, eggs, etc. that is an essential part of the diet and keeps the body strong and healthy
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The energy and most of the materials come from the three macronutrients: fats, carbohydrates and proteins.

So removing enough proteins to treat just one patient for a year takes between 130 and 1,300 donations.

Or, those who seek protein alternatives.

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recipe

recipe

/ˈɹɛsəpi/
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the instructions on how to cook a certain food
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Naomi knows the recipe by heart.

The recipe requires goat milk and a secret mix of additives and bacteria.

Then she weighs the exact amount of crumbs needed for the recipe.

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savory

savory

/ˈseɪvɝi/
adjective
smelling or tasting pleasant
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Unfortunately, Lovecraft’s fear of the unknown found a less savory expression in his personal views.

It's basically a savory cannoli.

But we also have a lot of savory breads.

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tasteless

tasteless

/ˈteɪstɫəs/
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describing food or drink that has no particular taste or flavor
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And that can easily end up being tasteless.

It is tasteless to prolong life artificially.

It is odorless, it is tasteless.

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vitamin

vitamin

/ˈvaɪtəmən/
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natural substances that are found in food, which the body needs in small amounts to remain healthy, such as vitamin A, B, etc.
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They help change the food we eat, so our bodies can use the vitamins in the food.

The water is mixed with nutrientsvitamins and mineralsthat plants require in order to grow.

It purchased lucky vitamin dotcom for $21 million.

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vegetarian

vegetarian

/ˌvɛdʒəˈtɛˌɹiən/
noun
someone who avoids eating meat or fish
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Pythagoras was a mathematical-mystical vegetarian.

At least we’re pretty sure he was a vegetarian.

Everyone knows that Bambi and his friends are vegetarians.

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vegan

vegan

/ˈvɛɡən/
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someone who does not consume or use anything that is produced from animals, such as meat, milk, or eggs
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It's a vegan leather case, because Matt and Nat is a vegan brand.

They have vegan pizza.

But you know, I've been wanting to film more vegan videos.

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low-carb

low-carb

/lˈoʊkˈɑːɹb/
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(of food or a diet) having or containing fewer carbohydrates

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