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food combining

A general term for any dietary practice that is based on the belief that a meal’s healthfulness hinges on the compatibility of its components or on the sequence in which they are ingested.
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The food combination pair of astringent wine with fatty cheese, opposing foods of sensory perception, help create a more balanced mouth feel.
Dueling Cooker - This divided cooker cooks two packets of Ramen, Mac and Cheese, or other food combination at the same time.
A nutritious food combination. 12:37 AM 29 August 2015
Food combination and Alzheimer disease risk: a protective diet.
The menu lacks the standard border fare of Mexican food combination plates or fried food baskets.
Gaucho's top chef, bartender and waiter beat nine other teams to first place in the competition, which involved creating and serving a creative drink and food combination - both using Russian Standard Platinum and one other shared ingredient - to a panel of seven judges in front of an audience of industry peers.
Access to nutrition information will assist in making the best use of the available food, including right food combination approaches.
In addition to his special food combination - Sanghuangzi tablet, Doc.
Inappropriate food combination is said to be a major cause of mucoid production.
"Consumption of one or all of them on a daily basis may have contributed to his death because of the number of calories they contain, but I thought Elvis fans would like a little bit of a taste of what he fancied when he was alive," said 38-year-old Tommy from West Derby, who has won The Publican's national Beer and Food Combination award in consecutive years.
Whether you dance through a season's worth of high-powered performances, or just gear up periodically for a couple of big ones, you have probably tried every possible food combination to help fuel you past your first entrance.
That said, it's certainly true that extraordinary flavor affinities do exist, and that most of us have had at least a few of those "wow" moments when the wine and food combination was unbelievably good.