New words – 13 October 2014

spoonula

spoonula noun a cooking implement that is a combination of a spoon and a spatula

Pour the mixture back into the pan and cook on low-medium, scraping and folding the mixture with a silicone spoonula (I love this one).

[thehhouseblog.com 06 April 2014]

 

clean eating noun the dietary practice of avoiding processed, refined foods and eating fresh wholefoods

Take BuzzFeed’s Clean Eating Challenge, Feel Like A Champion At Life

[www.buzzfeed.com 07 May 2014]

nanofood noun food containing nanoparticles of silver to prevent spoilage and prolong shelf life

‘Major food companies are investing billions in nanofood and nanopackaging,’ Friends of the Earth stated in a 2014 report.

[m.motherjones.com 11 June 2014]

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2 thoughts on “New words – 13 October 2014

  1. Pingback: (EN) – New words: 13 October 2014 | Cambridge University Press | Glossarissimo!

  2. The most polite response I can offer to these terms is . The whole notion of honoring some foods and scorning others is the very definition of a fleeting fad. How did you miss “quinoia” and “gluten free”?

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