2016年10月1日 星期六

gluttonous, bibulous, veggie burger, Eat Your Veggies! vegetarian

A Silicon Valley based company claims to have invented a veggie burger that tastes and looks just like the real thing. 

Retirement Homes in Germany Dish up Veggie Fare for Residents

More and more German seniors move to assisted living centers each year.
While most wouldn't give the menu choices a second thought, there are an
increasing number of options for the retiring vegetarian.

The DW-WORLD Article
http://newsletter.dw-world.de/re?l=evyz3pI44va89pI1



Wheat gluten is the protein found in wheat flour. It is used to add
protein and thicken pet foods. It also is used in human foods. In
Chinese cuisine, wheat gluten is often used as a meat substitute in
vegetarian dishes.





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Study Groups: Eat Your Veggies!
Study Groups:學習小組 學校內 或社會中都可用它
Eat Your Veggies! 這可能是父母對小朋友的"命令" : 要吃你的餐盤中的蔬菜 推廣指 "要吃中餐"等





Chocolate plus hazelnuts conquered the city, and the combination soon took definitive shape in the form we know it today, an ingot with a rounded belly, wrapped in foil. Chocolate-hazelnut paste is tricky to mold, so it was shaped by hand, and named for the hat worn by the puppet Gianduja, a gluttonous, bibulous character who was Turin's contribution to commedia dell'arte.


bib·u·lous (bĭb'yə-ləspronunciation

adj.
  1. Given to or marked by the consumption of alcoholic drink: a bibulous fellow; a bibulous evening.
  2. Very absorbent, as paper or soil.
[From Latin bibulus, from bibere, to drink.]
bibulously bib'u·lous·ly adv.
bibulousness bib'u·lous·ness n.

veggie
noun [C], adjective (ALSO veggy) UK INFORMAL
(a) vegetarian



veggie 
noun [C] US AND AUSTRALIAN ENGLISH INFORMAL
a vegetable

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