fatty

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fatty

1. containing, consisting of, or derived from fat
2. (esp of tissues, organs, etc.) characterized by the excessive accumulation of fat
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Though naloxone diminished each woman's preference for sweet and, especially, fatty foods, it did not affect perceptions of sweetness or fattiness.
We use them to make a vin W -egar and they also taste great in our chutneys, as it cuts through the fattiness of lamb or venison.
This M&S version delivers all the customary rich, honey and lychee flavours but also has an unusual acidic edge that neatly neutralises any excessive fattiness.
The key is to keep the sauce quite tart, in order to counteract the fattiness of the duck.
The sweet heat of the wasabi was the perfect foil to the smoky salmon which was delicious, lacking the scariness of raw fish and the fattiness of many smoked salmon dishes, although the soy rather overpowered it.
The hash was comfortably crumbly and devoid of fillers, fattiness and had just the right amount of tiny potato cubes.
And it can also take on the cloying fattiness of all that chocolate.
Everyone is familiar with pilsner, but how many women know about the banana-nosed joys of Bavarian-inspired wheat beers, of the splendid aperitif qualities of a well-crafted fruit beer, or how a dry IPA cuts across the fattiness of roast meat in a scintillating fashion in which red wine can only hope to cope?
That, along with the fact they are generally well loaded with fruit and a decent whack of tannin, makes them perfect fodder for the fattiness of lamb.
The carcass weight was an important factor affecting meat quality through its effect on fattiness (Hilton et al.