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inedible

i ne duh buhl

  • a  not suitable for food

  • Their rumen, a digestive organ, can break down grasses we'd find inedible Supplements: None Niman gives no supplements whatsoever to his cattle no drugs, no hormones, no .
  • Their rumen, a digestive organ, can break down grasses we'd find inedible Supplements: None Niman gives no supplements whatsoever to his cattle no drugs, no hormones, no .
  • When I tried to cook Chinese food it was inedible," Ding told the British daily the Independent.
News & Articles

  • Gustatory tug-of-war key to whether salty foods taste good
    As anyone who's ever mixed up the sugar and salt while baking knows, too much of a good thing can be inedible. What hasn't been clear, though, is how our tongues and brains can tell when the saltiness of our food has crossed the line from yummy to yucky -- or, worse, something dangerous. Now researchers report that in fruit flies, at least, that process is controlled by competing input from two ...
    June 13, 2013 - Science Daily
Quotes

  • Thomas Eisner in New York Times
    Now steroidally enhanced, Dr. Eisner said, "She is inedible to spiders."
  • Rhodri Morgan in BBC News
    First Minister Rhodri Morgan described the prospect of cutting a deal between Mr German's six Lib Dem AMs or Plaid Cymru's 15 as "a choice between the inedible and the unpalatable".
  • Jennifer 8 Lee in San Jose Mercury News
    Lee explains, "But perhaps most important in American eating is the idea that what goes in the mouth should never come out. That is, there should be nothing where you have to chew on something and then spit out the inedible part."

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