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With these she replaced some of the usa in her pocket-pouch, not only to insure a variety but because she found them more palatable.
Half the parsnips of society are served and rendered palatable with no other sauce.
The meagre herbage of the prairie, promised nothing, in favour of a hard and unyielding soil, over which the wheels of the vehicles rattled as lightly as if they travelled on a beaten road; neither wagons nor beasts making any deeper impression, than to mark that bruised and withered grass, which the cattle plucked, from time to time, and as often rejected, as food too sour, for even hunger to render palatable.
was in good spirits his appetite was good he liked the cookery he considered the wine weak but palatable and all was well, we returned to the immediate neighbourhood of Number Thirty Little Gosling Street London Docks and settled down, ere we had yet fully detected the housemaid in selling the feathers out of the spare bed Gout flying upwards soared with Mr F.
I shall now add a little milk to make the mixture palatable, and on presenting it to the dog we find that he laps it up readily enough.
Mrs Quilp, pray ask the ladies to stop to supper, and have a couple of lobsters and something light and palatable.
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These results are unique," said Stice "in that these data are the first to suggest that elective caloric restriction increases the degree to which brain regions implicated in reward valuation and attention are activated by exposure to palatable foods.
Accordingly, we detected compulsive-like feeding behavior in obese but not lean rats, measured as palatable food consumption that was resistant to disruption by an aversive conditioned stimulus.
Summary: Syria's foreign minister on Thursday dismissed American pressure to amend an Arab peace proposal to Israel to make it more palatable to the Jewish state.
Studies have suggested starvation, followed by enjoyment of highly palatable foods like burgers or chocolate, could alter the way the brain reacts to food, said Professor Janet Treasure - warning that the fashion industry's obsession with thinness not only puts models at high risk of developing eating disorders, but has an adverse impact on the general public.
In so doing, the author outlines three prevailing views: classic, which posits that a steady expansion of civilization will lead to an equilibrium between traditional food supplies and population; modernist, which predicts that technology will create food such as the science fiction standard meal-in-a-pill; and recombinant, which combines elements of the classic and modernist approaches to create both palatable organic foods and so-called functional foods marketed for their health benefits.