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synonyms for food

  • bread
  • cooking
  • cuisine
  • drink
  • fare
  • feed
  • foodstuff
  • meal
  • meat
  • snack
  • aliment
  • bite
  • board
  • cheer
  • chow
  • comestible
  • cookery
  • diet
  • eatable
  • eats
  • fodder
  • goodies
  • grit
  • groceries
  • grub
  • handout
  • keep
  • larder
  • menu
  • mess
  • nourishment
  • nutriment
  • nutrition
  • pabulum
  • provision
  • ration
  • refreshment
  • slop
  • store
  • subsistence
  • support
  • sustenance
  • table
  • tuck
  • viand
  • victual
  • entrée
  • fast food
  • home cooking
  • moveable feast
  • take out
  • vittles
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antonyms for food

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  • deprivation
  • starvation
  • beverage
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Rice cakes have even seen a resurgence in their fortunes in recent years due partly to a surging interest in gluten-free foods.
THE RISE AND FALL OF THE RICE CAKE, AMERICA’S ONE-TIME FAVORITE HEALTH SNACKBRENNA HOUCKSEPTEMBER 17, 2020EATER
To the haters, sunflower seeds are bird food or a sorry replacement for chewing tobacco.
SUNFLOWER SEEDS ARE THE BEST SNACK FOR THE ANXIOUS MINDEMMA ALPERNSEPTEMBER 17, 2020EATER
Rafael Tonon is a journalist and food writer living between Brazil and Portugal.
CHRISTIAN PUGLISI IS CLOSING HIS INFLUENTIAL COPENHAGEN RESTAURANTS. COVID IS ONLY PARTLY TO BLAMERAFAEL TONONSEPTEMBER 17, 2020EATER
First, reporting requirements similar to those for food and active pharmaceutical ingredients should extend to excipients.
THE ‘INACTIVE' INGREDIENTS IN YOUR PILLS COULD HARM YOUBY YELENA IONOVA/THE CONVERSATIONSEPTEMBER 15, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
We’re not seeing a lot of tech companies traveling, but some in construction and food companies have to travel, and have been pretty much since late April.
ARE YOU READY TO START TRAVELING FOR WORK AGAIN? TRIPACTIONS’ CEO IS BANKING ON ITMICHAL LEV-RAM, WRITERSEPTEMBER 15, 2020FORTUNE
It was a time in my life when sleep seemed overrated, and I could live for weeks on atrocious junk food.
HOW TO HUNT FOR STAR-NOSED MOLES (AND THEIR HOLES)KENNETH CATANIASEPTEMBER 15, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
After the first one, all the food in our refrigerator was lost.
CLIMATE CHANGE WILL FORCE A NEW AMERICAN MIGRATIONBY ABRAHM LUSTGARTEN, PHOTOGRAPHY BY MERIDITH KOHUTSEPTEMBER 15, 2020PROPUBLICA
Tyson took out a full-page ad in major newspapers to warn that the food supply chain was breaking.
EMAILS SHOW THE MEATPACKING INDUSTRY DRAFTED AN EXECUTIVE ORDER TO KEEP PLANTS OPENBY MICHAEL GRABELL AND BERNICE YEUNGSEPTEMBER 14, 2020PROPUBLICA
The few remaining restaurants in the food court — all completely dependent on nine-to-five office workers — vaporized.
THE BIG CORPORATE RESCUE AND THE AMERICA THAT’S TOO SMALL TO SAVEBY LYDIA DEPILLIS, JUSTIN ELLIOTT AND PAUL KIELSEPTEMBER 12, 2020PROPUBLICA
If you don’t want to grow your own food, many small farms are still harvesting summer’s bounty and will trade fresh produce for a few hours of labor.
A 15-WEEK EXERCISE PLAN FOR KIDS AND FAMILIESKRISTA LANGLOISSEPTEMBER 12, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
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WORDS RELATED TO FOOD

  • bread
  • bread and butter
  • food
  • livelihood
  • maintenance
  • nutriment
  • nutrition
  • subsistence
  • support
  • sustenance
  • beef
  • brawn
  • cells
  • corpuscles
  • fat
  • fatness
  • flesh and blood
  • food
  • meat
  • muscle
  • plasm
  • plasma
  • protoplasm
  • sinews
  • weight
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