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Definition of the noun canned foods

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noun

  1. food preserved by canning

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Google previewEncyclopedia of Modern Everyday Inventions (2003)

by David John Cole, Eve Browning, Fred E. H. Schroeder

A metal-canning operation in Bermondsey, England, was the first commercial venture to apply the canning preservation technology to marketable foods; still heavy, bulky, and expensive, the canned foods were nevertheless of interest to the Royal Navy, which sought palatable nutrition alternatives for its men at sea. Early food cans were made of iron dipped in molten tin; the tin produced a nonreactive and shiny, appealing surface. The iron was soon replaced by steel, which could be ...

Google previewCunningham's Encyclopedia of Wicca in the Kitchen (2002)

by Scott Cunningham

Canned foods Dried foods Meat Preserved foods Meat shouldn't be eaten in large amounts, if at all. Avoid processed foods and especially all artificially flavored, colored, or preserved foods. Fresh is best. Cooking. and. Preparing. Purifying. Foods. Ac least one white candle should be burning in the kitchen. Cut foods into round or oblong shapes— but no sharp, julienned slices. Psychologically and magically, such shapes are less purifying than rounded ones. A glass ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Healing Foods (2010)

by Michael T. Murray, Joseph Pizzorno

eat canned foods, particularly vegetables or soups, as these are often extremely high in sodium. Many of us have already learned to watch our salt intake, but we'd like to encourage you to increase your potassium intake as well. Most Americans have a potassium-to-sodium (K:Na) ratio of less than 1:2. In other words, they ingest twice as much sodium as potassium. But experts believe that the optimal dietary potassiumto-sodium ratio is greater than 5:1—ten times higher than the ...

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