fresh food

  1. food that is not preserved by canning or dehydration or freezing or smoking
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How To Use fresh food In A Sentence

  • Old, spoiled food on counters and tables is a source of bacteria that can contaminate fresh food and utensils.
  • A great cloud of fishy, chippy steam rushed out to welcome me and I edged my way in to find the place packed with people waiting for hot, fresh food.
  • Fresh food, clothes and toys were all up. The Sun
  • Fresh food and ice cream flown into combat zones: even pizzas.
  • Make sure you eat plenty of good fresh food.
  • They have been caught in nets thrown over their roost trees and kept alive, injured or not, to be sold as fresh food. Times, Sunday Times
  • Before the days of refrigerators, when fresh food was stored in larders, Limax species were often encountered congregating around the rim of a milk jug or slithering over the Sunday joint of beef on the larder shelf.
  • She didn't know how to drive or even where to get fresh food.
  • Then I found the As Seen on TV Aisle and used the vacuum sealer and the food compressor to store as much fresh food as I could.
  • So many fresh foods are incredibly quick to prepare and easily assembled into tempting fast meals - such as soups, omelettes, warm salads and pasta dishes.
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