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A popular term for the craving for salt-rich and/or high-carbohydrate ‘junk food,’ associated with use of marijuana, amphetamines, and other recreational drugs

munchies

Substance abuse A popular term for the craving for salt-rich and/or high-carbohydrate 'junk food,' associated with use of marijuna, amphetamines, and other recreational drugs. See Junk food.
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Munchies have been produced since 1957, originally by British confectionery firm Mackintosh's and later by Rowntree and then Nestle after takeovers of the original firm.
"It's a real delight to see (and taste) the results of our hard work, reaction so far has been amazing and we can't wait to see what's next for Munchies."
The first new Munchies products since 1996, both new flavours will contain buttery biscuit shortbread alongside either a cookie dough or chocolate fudge brownie ganache.
Those who would like to financially support this area of need in those communities can mail donations to Munchies Ministry c/o Herrick Christian Church, 3083N 1600 St., Herrick, IL 624321.
"The Munchies Food Hall will curate tenant selection and global culinary experiences, while simultaneously creating events, activations and content not found anywhere else."
Others told Munchies that his presence is actually forcing the other local kosher restaurants to expand their own offerings.
MJ Munchies said the acquisition of HalfBaked.com further strengthens what the company believes is a powerful brand and trademark for the space the company is entering.
The FDA noted that Smokehouse customers should stop using the Beefy Munchies and return whatever they have not used to the store for a refund.
To date, the effort has gathered over 20k worth of materials that have been donated to effected areas by the Munchies Food Bus.
The idea of Jordan Wentzel, Munchies will open in Crwys Road, Cathays, on July 28.
"I turned it down - I had never heard of Munchies," he said.
So, within an instant, they were on the phone inviting their favourite friends, Evie and Tilly, over for a weekend marathon of movies, makeovers, midnight feasts and munchies.