Definition of Edibility. Meaning of Edibility. Synonyms of Edibility

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Definition of Edibility

Edibility
Edibility Ed`i*bil"i*ty, n. Suitableness for being eaten; edibleness.

Meaning of Edibility from wikipedia

- An edible item is any item that is safe for humans to eat. "Edible" is differentiated from "eatable" because it does not indicate how an item tastes,...
- Edible gold is a particular type of gold authorized by the European Union and the United States as a food additive, under the code E 175. It is used in...
- picked by hand. Edibility may be defined by criteria that include absence of poisonous effects on humans and desirable taste and aroma. Edible mushrooms are...
- Edible plants include: List of culinary fruits List of culinary herbs and ****es List of culinary nuts List of edible cacti List of edible flowers List...
- A cannabis edible, also known as a cannabis-infused food or simply an edible, is a food product (either homemade or produced commercially) that contain...
- Edible Arrangements (also simply known as Edible) is a U.S.-based franchising business that specializes in fresh fruit arrangements, combining the concept...
- Pod vegetables are a type of fruit vegetables where pods are often eaten when they are still green. Such plants as green beans or Lotus tetragonolobus...
- extant species, both known as edible dormice or fat dormice: the European edible dormouse (Glis glis) and the Iranian edible dormouse (Glis persicus). It...
- East Asian mushrooms and fungi are often used in East Asian cuisine, either fresh or dried. According to Chinese traditional medicine, many types of mushroom...
- Edible tableware is tableware, such as plates, drinkware and gl****es, utensils and cutlery, that is edible. Edible tableware can be homemade and has also...