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European Terminology Jun 2
In this week's food terminology article, PhD candiate Alberta Boschi writes about the speciality 🍞🇮🇹😋 Read up on it now on !
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Sammy 22 May 13
Replying to @ellen_adams
omfg excitement is boiling up inside me
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Healthy Diet Habits 4 May 18
What do the food terminology terms Certified Organic, Certified Naturally Grown, Food Alliance Certified, Salmon Safe or CSA really mean?
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Manisha 28 Jan 19
Did you know PBM is Paneer Butter Masala 😳
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RockNRoll Book Club Podcasts Available Now 18 May 19
This week I discovered that most ppl call spring onions “ramps.” I’ve never heard that term until now, but it came up in 3 conversations with completely separate friend groups.
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Matthew Krier 5 Dec 14
Replying to @GBrianBennett
@BennettESPN Credit Riley for knowing the hot phrase to distract the media hoards...
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European Terminology May 5
What is the difference between , fresh , , 🇵🇹, 🇪🇸, 🇫🇷? Read up on this salty issue in this week's I•ATE on ! 🐟
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European Terminology May 25
The history of - a pastry filled with sweetened ricotta cheese is inextricably linked with 's past. 🇮🇹😋 This is one of our favourite I-ATE Terms ❤️ check it out now on !
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Jennifer Pullinger 20 May 14
Today I learned what "gastrique" means. Successful Tuesday!
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IFIS Publishing Aug 5
Are there any subject areas or terms related to food science and technology you'd like to learn more about?
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FoodTrippn' 8 Jan 15
Farce - French for "stuffing"
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Mella 4 Jan 12
Replying to @ewang77 @C_Howard68
lmao!! The 50/50 split tho!!
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European Terminology Apr 14
Cut in half, toasted, and eaten with lots of butter: if you didn't get a chance to do eat any this year, read up on our I•ATE Food Term of the Week which contains a delicious recipe! 🐰🐣🍞
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European Terminology Oct 21
Have you ever tasted Tavë Kosi? ''Tavë'' in Albanian translates into English as “casserole,” and ''kos'' refers to the yogurt made from goat’s or ewe’s milk. So, tavë kosi is a yogurt-based casserole dish!
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Mimay Montierro 8 Nov 12
They're speaking alien.
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Eric Statz 9 Sep 15
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Chris Morris 18 Oct 12
Replying to @elleduke7
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Wenang A Lanisy, drg 15 Oct 11
teh kampul = unsqeezed lemon tea
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