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Thai

Thai might mean: Thai language, the language of Thailand Something related to the country Thailand Thai people, the people of Thailand Thai food, the food of Thailand

                                               

Manipur Horse Riding and Polo Association

The Manipur Horse Riding and Polo Association is a non profit organization established in 1977. It primarily works in the domain of Sports, Food and Nutrition and Animal and Wildlife. Its primary office is in Imphal, Manipur. The association organises the annual Manipur International Polo Tournament in the Imphal Polo Ground.

                                               

Fish as food

Many species of fish are eaten as food. The species of fish eaten for food include flounder, cod, catfish, pollock, tilapia, snapper and Atlantic salmon. Fish can be prepared in a number of ways (baking, frying, grilling, smoking or steaming. Globally, fish and fish products provide a normal of about only about 34 calories per capita per day. Dietary contribution of fish is significant in terms of high-quality and easily digested animal proteins. Eating oily fish having long chain omega-3 fatty acids can reduce inflammation and lower the risk for cardiovascular disease.

                                               

Chicken as food

Chicken is the most common type of poultry around the world. It is prepared in a number ways, including boiling, baking, frying and grilling. Prepared chicken became a staple for fast food in the second half of the 20th century. Chicken is often said to be more healthful than red meat. It has less cholesterol and saturated fat. Chicken as a meat first began in Babylonian carvings from around 600 BC. Chicken was one of the most common meats available during the Middle Ages. In the United States in the 1800s, chicken was more expensive than other meats. Chicken consumption in the United Stat ...

                                               

Tajadas

Tajadas are a dish of fried plantains that are sliced long. It is a food of Caribbean countries as well as Nicaragua, Colombia, Honduras, Panama, and Venezuela.

                                               

Caramelization

Caramelization is a process when sugars go brown when heated. It also gives sugar a more nutty taste. Caramelans, caramelens, and caramelins are responsible for the brown color.

                                               

Garlic butter

Garlic butter, also known as beurre à la bourguignonne, is a type of seasoned butter used as a flavouring for Escargots à la bourguignonne. It is also spread on bread or used in shrimp scampi. It is made of butter and garlic. These ingredients are well blended and chilled before use.

                                               

Pão de queijo

Pão de queijo is a type of small roll filled with cheese. It came from the Brazillian state of Minas Gerais. It is popular in Brazil as a breakfast or snack food.

                                               

Cachitos

Cachitos are a Venezuelan type of sandwich filled with ham and cheese. It is similar to a croissant. It is a traditional food in Venezuela where it is usually eaten for breakfast. Sometimes, it is served with juice, coffee, or malta.

                                               

Brisket

Brisket is a type of meat cut. It is from the chest of either beef or veal. It has a lot of connective tissue. Brisket has been well known to be a part of Texan cuisine. It could have due to the pricing of the brisket compared to other cuts.

                                               

Strip steak

The steak is sold in the United States under a lot of names names, including Ambassador Steak, Boneless Club Steak, Hotel-Style Steak, Kansas City Steak, New York Steak, Top Loin, and Veiny Steak. In New Zealand and Australia, it is known as Porterhouse and Sirloin striploin steak and can be found in the Handbook of Australian Meat under codes 2140 to 2143. In the UK and Ireland it is called sirloin. In Canada, most meat sellers refer to this cut as a strip loin ; in French it is known as contre-filet. Delmonicos Restaurant, an operation opened in New York City in 1827, sold as one of its ...

                                               

Shakshouka

Shakshouka is a dish of poached eggs on a type of tomato sauce. The tomato sauce has olive oil, peppers, onion, and garlic. It might be seasoned with cumin, paprika, and cayenne. Shakshouka originated in Ottoman North Africa in the mid-16th century after tomatoes were introduced to the region by Hernan Cortes as part of the Columbian exchange. Where this dish actually came from is still disputed with claims of Moroccan, Tunisian, Turkish, and Yemeni origins. The dish has been part of Sephardic cuisine for a long time.

                                               

Jerky

Jerky is lean and trimmed meat that has been cut into strips and dried so it will not spoil. Normally, the drying includes adding salt. It prevents the growth of bacteria before the meat has finished the dehydrating process. The word jerky is from the Quechua word charki. The word means "dried, salted meat". Store-bought jerky often has sweeteners, like brown sugar. Jerky is ready-to-eat, does not need to be prepared further and can be stored for months without being chilled. Most fat must be trimmed from the meat before drying. Fat increases the chance of spoilage. Modern vacuum packing a ...

                                               

Hooters

Hooters is the registered trademark. Two American restaurant chains use it: Hooters, Inc., based in Clearwater, Florida and Hooters of America, Inc. in Atlanta Georgia. Waiting staff at the Hooters restaurants are mainly young women. The women are usually called "Hooters Girls". The sex appeal of the women is a mai component for the companys image. Hooters hires men and women as cooks, hosts at some franchises and managers. The menu at Hooters includes steaks, chicken wings, seafood, hamburgers and sandwiches. Hooters was incorporated in April 1983. They opened their doors in October.

                                               

Pinto bean

Pinto beans are a type of common bean. They are the most popular bean by crop production in northern Mexico and the Southwestern United States. The beans are either eaten entirely or mashed then refried. In South America, pinto beans are called poroto frutilla. It means "strawberry bean". Pinto beans are a nutrient-dense legume. These beans have essential nutrients. They are good sources for protein, manganese and phosphorus. The beans are high in dietary fiber and folate. According to studies, pinto beans can lower the levels for both HDL and LDL cholesterol.

                                               

Tequeño

A Tequeño is a type of fried cheese that is breaded. The cheese is usually queso blanco. It came from the Venezuelan town of Los Teques. It is popular in Venezuela as a snack for parties.

                                               

Flank steak

A long and flat cut, flank steak is used in a lot of dishes including the London broil and as an alternative to the traditional skirt steak in fajitas. The Grain meat fibre is seen in flank steaks, as it comes from a very-worked part of the cow, and many chefs cut across the grain to make the meat more tender. It is frequently used in Asian cuisine, often sold in Chinese markets as "stir-fry beef", and is served in French cuisine as an at most medium-rare steak. Flank is also used for steak jerky.

                                               

Hanger steak

Hanger steak is a type of meat cut. It comes from the plate muscle like the skirt steak. It is similar to a flank steak. It is known to be a cheap and tender cut. It might be called the hanger steak as the muscle is hanged on the diaphragm. Its U.S. meat-cut is grouped as NAMP 140.

                                               

Democracy sausage

Democracy sausage is a food eaten in Australia on election day. Democracy sausage might have started in the 1980s or the 2010s depending on what counts as democracy sausage. When Australians hold an election, everyone must come to the voting place. People are not allowed to stay home. Australians started showing up to voting places with grills and cooking sausage for the voters to buy and eat. They put the sausage in a piece of bread. Twitter created a sausage picture that it added to posts with the hashtags #ausvote and #auspoll and other hashtags about voting in Australia. The Australian ...

                                               

Plague of Cyprian

The Plague of Cyprian is an epidemic that occurred in the Roman Empire between 249 and 270 AD. It is part of the crisis of the 3rd century. The plague caused food shortages and manpower shortages in the Roman army. This severely weakened the empire in the third century. Its modern name commemorates the early Christian writer St. Cyprien, the bishop of Carthage. He saw and described the plague. The cause of the plague is not known, but may include viruses such as smallpox, pandemic influenza and Ebola haemorrhagic fever. The death toll of the plague is unknown. About 5.000 people died from ...

                                               

Curlew

The curlew is Numenius, a bird with a long downcurved bill. With its beak the bird probes mudflats for food. In pre-modern times the world had many more mudflats than it does today. Many have been eliminated by draining so as to give more land for farming. So, in England, the places suitable for the bird were in river estuaries and low-lying land. Originally, southern England had wide areas of mudflats suitable for the bird. What changed was the draining of the "levels" to make for better farming. In England areas in East Anglia, Kent and Somerset were all drained and made productive farml ...

                                               

Yuan Longping

Yuan Longping was a Chinese agronomist. He was known for creating the first hybrid rice varieties in the 1970s. Yuan was born in Beijing. In 2004, he won the Wolf Prize in Agriculture and the World Food Prize. Yuan was a member of the Chinese Peoples Political Consultative Conference from 1983 until 2018. In 1995, he was elected as a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering. Yuan fell down at his research lab in Sanya, China on March 10, 2021. On April 7, he was transferred to Changsha, Hunan Province for treatment. Yuan died from multiple organ failure caused by his injuries a month l ...

                                               

Madagascar 3: The Video Game

Madagascar 3: The Video Game is an action-adventure game based on the film Madagascar 3: Europes Most Wanted. The PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii versions were developed by Monkey Bar Games. The Nintendo DS and 3DS titles were developed by Torus games. The game allows players to control Alex, Marty, Melman and Gloria as they try to escape Captain Chantel DuBois and return to their home in New York. A PlayStation Vita version was planned to be the first DreamWorks Animation game on the handheld device or system, but it was cancelled due to it not have the power to support the game.

                                               

Larry (cat)

Larry is a cat who has served as Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office of the United Kingdom at 10 Downing Street since 2011. He is a brown-and-white tabby, believed to have been born in January 2007. By July 2016, when Theresa May became prime minister, he had developed a reputation of being "violent" in his interactions with other local mousers, especially the Foreign Offices much younger cat Palmerston. His Prime Ministers are David Cameron and Boris Johnson. And his monarch is Elizabeth II.

                                               

Robert Lustig

Robert H. Lustig is an American pediatric endocrinologist. He has been known for speaking out against sugar. He has been mentioned in some articles about the bad effects of sugar. He does not believe that a calorie is a calorie.

                                               

KFConsole

The KFConsole is a home video game console developed by KFC Gaming and Cooler Master. It was thought to be fake when it was first announced in June 2020 until it was shown on December 22, 2020.

                                               

Evolution of plants

Plants have a history even longer than animals, because animal life is based on eating plants. Plants evolved before animals. The first plants were cyanobacteria which formed stromatolites. However, this article deals with plants as understood by most people. Their history starts in the Silurian period, about 430 million years ago. Evidence of the earliest land plants is about 470mya, in Ordovician rocks from Saudi Arabia, and Gondwana. In the Devonian of ~370 mya, some spore plants such as Archaeopteris had secondary vascular tissue which produced wood and had formed forests of tall trees ...

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ⓘ Food

Food is what people and animals eat to live. Food usually comes from animals and plants. It is eaten by living things to provide energy and nutrition. Food contains the nutrition that people and animals need to be healthy. The consumption of food is normally enjoyable to humans. It contains protein, fat, carbohydrates, vitamins, water and minerals. Liquids used for energy and nutrition are often called "drinks". If someone cannot afford food they go hungry.

Food for humans is mostly made through farming or gardening. It includes animal and vegetable sources. Some people refuse to eat food from animal origin, like meat, eggs, and products with milk in them. Not eating meat is called vegetarianism. Not eating or using any animal products is called veganism.

Food produced by farmers or gardeners can be changed by industrial processes the food industry. Processed food usually contains several natural ingredients and food additives. For example, bread is processed food.

Food processing at home is done in the kitchen, by the cook. The cook sometimes uses a cookbook. Examples of cooking utensils are pressure cookers, pots, and frying pans.

Food can also be prepared and served in restaurants or refectory in particular for children in school.

The utensils used may be a plate, knife, fork, chopsticks, spoon, bowl, or spork.

Many people do not grow their own food. They have to buy food that was grown by someone else. People buy most of their food in shops or markets. But some people still grow most or all of their own food.

People may buy food and take it home to cook it. They may buy food that is ready to eat from a street vendor or a restaurant.

                                     

1. Production of Food

Originally, people got food as hunter-gatherers. The agricultural revolution changed that. Farmers grew crops including those invented and improved by selective breeding. These improvements, for example the invention of maize, allowed feeding more people, and further improvements gave it a better taste.

Food shortage has been a big problem throughout history. Many people do not have enough money to buy the food that they need. Bad weather or other problems sometimes destroy the growing food in one part of the world. When people do not have enough food, we say that they are hungry. If they do not eat enough food for a long time, they will become sick and die from starvation. In areas where many people do not have enough food, we say that there is famine there.

Food and water can make people sick if it is contaminated by microorganisms, bad metals, or chemicals.

If people do not eat the right foods, they can become sick.

  • If children do not eat enough vitamin D, they get the disease called rickets.
  • If they do not eat enough vitamin B1 thiamine, they get the disease called beriberi.
  • If people do not eat enough protein, they get the disease called kwashiorkor.
  • If they do not eat enough vitamin C, they get the disease called scurvy.

People may often have a variety of eating disorders that cause them to either eat too much, or not be able to eat certain things or amounts. Common diseases like Coeliac disease or food allergies cause people to experience ill effects from consuming certain foods that are normally safe. If people eat too much food, they can become overweight or obese. This causes numerous health problems. On the other hand, eating too little food, from lack of access or anorexia could cause malnutrition. Therefore, people have to balance the amount, the nutrition, and the type of food to be healthy.

                                     

2. Food in religions

Many cultures or religions have food taboos. That means they have rules what people should not eat, or how the food has to be prepared. Examples of religious food rules are the Kashrut of Judaism and the Halal of Islam, that say that pig meat cannot be eaten. In Hinduism, eating beef is not allowed. Some Christians are vegetarian someone who does not meat because of their religious beliefs. For example, Seventh-day Adventist Church recommends vegetarianism.

In addition, sometime beliefs do not relate to the religion but belong to the culture. For example, some people pay respect to Guān Yīn mothergod and those followers will not consume "beef" as they believe that her father has a shape of the cow.

Food bank
                                               

Food bank

A food bank is a non-profit, charitable organization that gives away food to those who have hard time buying enough to avoid hunger. While a it is a popular organization, many critics believe it would cause a welfare crisis.

Gyros (food)
                                               

Gyros (food)

A Gyro or Gyros is a Greek food. It is cooked on a vertical rotisserie then thinly sliced. Gyros are traditionally served with Tzatziki it can be made with pork, beef and lamb. It is similar to the Turkish Doner kebab. It is a popular fast food in Greece and America.

Kaya toast
                                               

Kaya toast

Kaya toast is a Singaporean breakfast dish. The food consists of two slices of toast with butter and kaya, commonly served alongside coffee and soft-boiled eggs.

Brown sugar
                                               

Brown sugar

Brown sugar is a type of table sugar. It is made by mixing white sugar with molasses, a sugar byproduct. Brown sugar can either be light or dark depending on how much molasses is in it. Brown sugar can harden after a while out of the package.

Prosciutto
                                               

Prosciutto

Prosciutto is a type of Italian ham. It involves a long curing process in which it is salted. It is usually sliced thinly and served raw. Different regions of Italy have a different process and name for the food.

Chilli crab
                                               

Chilli crab

Chilli crab is a Singaporean seafood dish. Mud crabs are commonly used and are stir-fried in a semi-thick, sweet and savoury tomato-and-chilli-based sauce.

Ritz Crackers
                                               

Ritz Crackers

Ritz Crackers are a brand of snack cracker. They were introduced by Nabisco in 1934. They are disc-shaped and lightly-salted. Ritz Crackers varieties include the Original Ritz, Low Sodium Ritz, Honey Butter Ritz, Whole Wheat Ritz and Honey Wheat Ritz. Sydney Stern chose the name Ritz. The name appealed to people who went through the difficulties of the Great Depression by offering them "a bite of the good life."

Savoy cabbage
                                               

Savoy cabbage

Savoy cabbage is a variety of the species Brassica oleracea. Savoy cabbage is a vegetable that grows in winter. In the 18th century, it was brought into Germany as "Savoyer Kohl". Its name is gotten from the Savoy Region in France. It has crinkled, emerald green leaves. The leaves are crunchy and tender. Known cultivars include Savoy King, Tundra and Winter King.

Panini
                                               

Panini

Paninis are a type of Italian sandwich that is made of Italian bread and fillings that are just either meat, cheese, or vegetables. The panini is then toasted or grilled, and served at a warm temperature.

Whole grain
                                               

Whole grain

A whole grain is a grain in which the bran, germ, and endosperm remains intact, unlike refined grains which only keeps the endosperm. Whole grains are more preferred to refined grains as they have more fibre.

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