Definition of Flavourer

1. Noun. Something added to food primarily for the savor it imparts.


Lexicographical Neighbors of Flavourer

flavorists
flavorless
flavorlessly
flavorlessness
flavorous
flavors
flavorsome
flavorsomeness
flavorubredoxin
flavorwise
flavory
flavour
flavour enhancer
flavourdynamics
flavoured
flavourer (current term)
flavourful
flavouridin
flavouring
flavourings
flavourless
flavourlessly
flavourlessness
flavourous
flavours
flavoursome
flavourwise
flavoury
flavous
flavoutsomeness

Literary usage of Flavourer

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Food and the Principles of Dietetics by Robert Hutchison (1917)
"These have many hundred times the sweetening power of sugar, but are of no use as foods. They are used to replace sugar as a flavourer, chiefly by diabetic, ..."

2. The Journal of Health (1830)
"It acts as a curling fluid for Welsh wigs; and will be found a superior dressing for Mr. Best's excellent Welch rabbits, as well as a high flavourer of ..."

3. Food: Some Account of Its Sources, Constituents and Uses by Arthur Herbert Church (1893)
"Still, it is a stimulant and flavourer chiefly, and cannot be regarded as a substantive food. The same statement must be made with regard to a large number ..."

4. Foods by Edward Smith (1876)
"Its proper position in dietetics is somewhat more than that of a meat-flavourer, but all that is required for nutrition should be added to it. ..."

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