farinaceous


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farinaceous

1. having a mealy texture or appearance
2. containing starch

farinaceous

[¦far·ə¦nā·shəs]
(biology)
Having a mealy surface covering.
(food engineering)
Containing starch or flour.
Having the texture of meal.
(geology)
Of a rock or sediment, having a texture that is mealy, soft, and friable, for example, a limestone or a pelagic ooze.
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As forensically uncovered by Taubes (20), the idea that some individuals, perhaps as a result of specific hormonal responses to the ingestion of farinaceous foods, might be uniquely predisposed to develop obesity appears for the first time in the scientific writings of leading European clinicians in the early 1900s.
Each waste was processed according to the flowchart in Figure 1 to obtain the farinaceous product, the 'peach palm fibrous flour', specified by F1, F2, F3 or F4, respectively.
It is no coincidence, she argues, that after dietary advice was changed from the assertion that "farinaceous [starchy] and vegetable foods are fattening and saccharine matters are especially so" to "base your meals on starchy foods" that obesity levels have rocketed.
For the second course Luckcock simply devoured "every variety in turn of the farinaceous and succulent vegetables fromthe garden." Luckcock had a house on the Calthorpe Estate and plenty of roomto growhis own veg.
995331 Alimentary pasta; farinaceous foods; flour for food; rice, flour and preparations made from cereals; all included in Class 30.
Revalenta Arabica, a farinaceous food supplement for sale in England in the mid-1800s, promised to cure everything from heart palpitations to consumption to "involuntary blushing, tremors, dislike to society, unfitness for study, delusion, loss of memory, vertigo, blood to the head, exhaustion, melancholy, groundless fear, indecision, wretchedness, thoughts of self-destruction, etc." What, no weight-loss guarantees?
Odor and taste strong farinaceous. Basidiospores of two types, both common, 1: (5.5-) 6.5-7 (-7.5) x (4.5-) 5-5.5 (-6) x 4.5-5.5 [micron]m, subrhomboid in face-view, subellipsoid in side-view, thick-walled, wall up to 0.8 [micron]m thick, and 2:7-9 x 3.5-5 (-5.5) x 3.5-4.5 [micron]m, subellipsoid in both face- and side-view, frequently asymmetric in both face- and side-view, thin-walled, wall no more than 0.5 lato thick; both types of spores brownish-yellow, with a broad apical germ pote anda short hilar appendage at the base.
The panadas are the largest group of binding agents, encompassing several categories of farinaceous items.
Dropped dumplings are usually made using a protein or farinaceous mixture that is fortified and lightened.
Responding to pleas from medical officers, strenuous efforts were made to provide invalid food such as farinaceous biscuits and eggs.
It is weighted heavily towards farinaceous products for most of the period, and therefore its early movement is not very different from the price of wheat.