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 Anthropology of Food
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Sicilian ice-cream in a bread bun. A good solution to a local problem: the Mediterranean heat quickly melts the ice-cream, which is absorbed by the bread.
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Italy
A Fistful of Rice.
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Claire Kathleen Roufs eating first food at 5 months.
Claire Kathleen Roufs
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Eating rat.
"Eating Rat At
The New Year
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Desert People, boy eating "grub worm"
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Fruit

 Pomegranate

  Pomegranate

 see also
 Apples
  Bananas
Plantains
Cranberry
Figs
Kiwifruit
Lingonberries
Olives

Wikipedia
 Fruit
  Category: Fruit
List of culinary fruits
Fruitarianism
Fruit tree

fruit
NOUN:  
a : a product of plant growth (as grain, vegetables, or cotton) <the fruits of the field> b (1) : the usually edible reproductive body of a seed plant; especially : one having a sweet pulp associated with the seed <the fruit of the tree> (2) : a succulent plant part (as the petioles of a rhubarb plant) used chiefly in a dessert or sweet course c : a dish, quantity, or diet of fruits <live on fruit> d : a product of fertilization in a plant with its modified envelopes or appendages; specifically : the ripened ovary of a seed plant and its contents e : the flavor or aroma of fresh fruit in mature wine
3
a : the state of bearing fruit <a tree in fruit> b : the effect or consequence of an action or operation : product, result <the fruits of our labor>
4
usually disparaging : a male homosexual
ETYMOLOGY:   Middle English, from Anglo-French frut, fruit, from Latin fructus fruit, use, from frui to enjoy, have the use of . . .
First Known Use: 12th century

In the News . . .

 

Casey Pedro Roufs on Fruits and Vegetables . . .

Banana.

 

Food preferences start young...

Casey Pedro Roufs, age 8 months
November 2007

#1 bananas

#2 veggies

nurture or nature?

Rutabaga.

Is a tomato a vegetable?

Ask Casey....

Fruits and vegetables.


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