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adjective as in preserved

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adjective as in recorded or prepared in advance

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Some substitutions are simple — cut plastic gallon milk cartons for catching, or unopened canned soup for weights.

In the now-deleted show, Leone prepares canned mussels and lobster using a technique known as the water-bath method, in which jars of food are heated in a pan of water.

They ordered some canned cocktails, which came in through a separate ticket.

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Coke’s new canned coffee tastes like a Coke — until it doesn’tDigging into a slab from a local pie shop recently brought me back to a childhood memory.

Reduce the heat to medium-low, and add the onion, garlic, and canned tomatoes.

Canned drinks like Mercy contain up 5,000 percent of the daily value of certain vitamins.

Small wooden shacks filled with canned goods and phone cards clutter the sidewalks.

Behind locked doors and windows with rows and rows of canned food.

While attempting to pull a bin of canned food toward him, Bob is momentarily pulled underwater by a walker sneak-attack.

Dried pasta and canned goods are prepared with nothing more than a pair of nail clippers.

Food is largely made up of canned goods and the ever-present farina, a sort of tapioca flour.

A little sugar and water heated on the stove served for syrup, and canned butter was also at hand.

Besides these regular coupés, there were many freight cars which carried all kinds of canned goods and other provisions.

The vegetables are out of cans, except the potatoes and cabbage, and the fruits are either dried or canned.

The dog-salmon is not canned, but large numbers are caught by the Japanese, who salt them for export to the Orient.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to canned, such as: bottled, conserved, and kept.

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