farinaceous


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far·i·na·ceous

(far'i-nā'shŭs),
1. Relating to farina or flour.
2. Starchy.

farinaceous

(făr′ə-nā′shəs)
adj.
1. Made from, rich in, or consisting of starch.
2. Having a mealy or powdery texture.
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On the other hand, if obesity and its "related" conditions truly result from eating too much farinaceous foods--sugar, starches, and grains--particularly in those with an inherited predisposition to develop insulin resistance, then the treatment is quite different.
After drying, the waste material was cooled to room temperature and weighed, and was then ground in a knife mill to obtain a farinaceous product called 'fibrous stalk peach flour'.
2516350 Spreads; cocoa and chocolate-based drinks with added milk and other milk products; muesli preparations; prepared meals and snack foods; prepared foods and food products; pastry products; cereal based preparations and farinaceous products; ingredients for food; all included in Class 30.
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Ensure your plates are hot as the noodles, like most farinaceous dishes, tend to cool quickly.
Pre-selection Pre-Selection Of Participants In The Procurement For The Supply Of Pasta, Couscous And Similar Farinaceous Products In Order To Provide Humanitarian Assistance Or Disaster Relief
The collection point was established when the kernels on the cob appeared to be between the pasty and the farinaceous stage.
Industrialisation of plantain and cassava may serve as intervention programmes to reduce importation of wheat and other related farinaceous products in Nigeria.
This excellent series could have additional benefit if others also notice this trend and start to question why we changed from knowing that "farinaceous foods are fattening and saccharine matters are especially so" (Tanner 1869) to "base your meals on starchy foods" (Food Standards Agency 2010).