edible


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We have been living upon the fat of the land, Ahm, having shown us the edible fruits, tubers and herbs, and twice a week we go out after fresh meat.
Strait of Magellan -- Port Famine -- Ascent of Mount Tarn -- Forests -- Edible Fungus -- Zoology -- Great Sea-weed -- Leave Tierra del Fuego -- Climate -- Fruit-trees and Productions of the Southern Coasts -- Height of Snow-line on the Cordillera -- Descent of Glaciers to the Sea -- Icebergs formed -- Transportal of Boulders -- Climate and Productions of the Antarctic Islands -- Preservation of Frozen Carcasses -- Recapitulation.
But to Tarzan, meat was meat; naught that was edible or tasty might pass a hungry Tarzan unchallenged and unattacked.
We do not know an edible root in the woods, we cannot tell our course by the stars, nor the hour of the day by the sun.
However, there were trees, and among them we soon descried edible fruits with which we broke our long fast.
Book and news dealers, sellers of edibles, drinkables, and cigars, who seemed to have plenty of customers, were continually circulating in the aisles.
The little girls had a private tea party, and Ted roved among the edibles at his own sweet will.
Table 5: Russia - Cooking & Edible Oils: Market segmentation by volume (m tonnes) (2007 - 2016)
Edible flowers have been used for years in cooking and as a decoration for various dishes.
Appleby, 2008; Foes-lamb, 2007; Chiang, 2005), we refer to this subset of urban agriculture as urban edible gardening (or just edible gardening).
Processors have at their disposal a wide range of nonedible polypropylene- and polyethylene-based packaging materials and various biodegradable protein- and polysaccharide-based edible films that can serve as packaging materials.