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Synonyms for inedible

Synonyms for inedible

not suitable for food

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Generally, though, inedible meats are not chilled, but are diverted for transportation, either directly to pet food companies or to a renderer, where they will be made into a meat meal.
The connecting flight, operated by GOL Airlines on a Boeing 737 commercial aircraft, used Honeywell Green Jet Fuel produced from used cooking oil and inedible corn oil.
The ability of the pathogen to grow in high-Aw pecan nutmeats and in inedible components emphasizes the importance of limiting the time these components are exposed to high-moisture pre-harvest and post-harvest environments.
Not only did the female spiders end mating sooner with an inedible gift, but male death feigning (thanatosis) - which is triggered by the female attempting to end mating and run away with the gift) - occurred in half of the matings involving an edible gift, but only once with a worthless gift.
The Aeromexico-operated Boeing 737-700 can carry up to 124 passengers and is using a blend of 15% Green Jet Fuel which is made using process technology from UOP from the inedible plant camelina along with petroleum-based fuel.
Those are on the way, if they aren't here already - inevitable, and inedible.
If you water spasmodically, drenching the plant one day and then leaving it to dry out, the fruits are likely to split at the bottom or you'll get blossom-end rot, where the bottom of the fruit goes brown, hard and inedible.
Timco Food Limited will provide six full-time jobs at a plant on Prospect Street where a renovated 13,000-square-foot facility will process domestic animal fat into edible and inedible oils, pet food and fertilizer using by-products from local butchers.
He spent 10 days there and lost a lot of weight because of the inedible food being dished up three times a day.
Prices within the group of crude materials, inedible, except fuels grew by 6.
5 gallons of previously unrecovered inedible crude corn oil from the distillers grain co-product of corn ethanol production for every 100 gallons of ethanol produced.
Lack of skill and time, start-up costs, plus pests and diseases can make DIY produce inedible according to Amateur Gardening mag, which adds: "Worst hit will be city dwellers who grow veg in window boxes and tubs that give poor yields.
BBW makes the fruit inedible and kills trees in a short time.
Consuming the Inedible is a fascinating collection of chapters about one of the most important, and perhaps more pleasurable, things we do (p.
If you leave the mature radishes in the ground for too long they soon become woody and inedible.