veganise verb to adapt a dish that contains animal-derived components so that it is vegan
So stock up on some easy-to-veganise extras in tow, bring enough for everyone to sample, and you’ll hopefully wake up on Boxing Day pleasantly surprised.
[www.thedebrief.co.uk/ 19 December 2015]
food swamp noun an area with an abundance of fast food retailers but a dearth of healthy, fresh food sellers
‘The food swamp or the lack of access to healthy food is a much bigger problem than the food desert,’ she said.
[http://www.thestar.com/ 10 November 2015]
kukicha (tea) noun a Japanese tea made from stems and twigs of tea plants
Ever feel nauseated if you drink too much green tea?
Kukicha tea is a Japanese green tea made from the roasted twigs, stalks and stems of the green tea plant (unlike Chinese varieties made from the leaves) and has no such effect.
[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/ 02 November 2015]
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It is good to receive new words and there use in conversation .thank you for this favour.May you get the best of this word and the world hereafter.
“Veganise” will regularly appear on my menu 🙂