textured food


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textured food

Food products manufactured from various nutritional components made to resemble conventional protein-source foods in texture such as meat, seafood, or poultry.
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Besides the common textured ingredients based on soya and grain, the latest development is in textured food fibers.
A new technique called modified textured food, being trialled by Four Seasons, involves reshaping mashed up food to replicate the product's original form.
Babies who haven't had sensory food play experiences are more likely to be fussy eaters and to be worried about different food tastes and the feel and look of different textured foods.