Definitions for poultry
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domestic fowl, fowl, poultrynoun
a domesticated gallinaceous bird thought to be descended from the red jungle fowl
flesh of chickens or turkeys or ducks or geese raised for food
domestic fowl (chickens, ducks, turkeys and geese) raised for food (either meat or eggs)
the meat from a domestic fowl
a street in the City between Cheapside and Cornhill
Etymology: home of medieval feather dealers and stuffers
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: poulet, Fr. pullities, Lat.
The cock knew the fox to be a common enemy of all poultry. Roger L'Estrange.
What louder cries, when Ilium was in flames,
Than for the cock the widow’d poultry made. Dryden.
Soldiers robbed a farmer of his poultry, and made him wait at table, without giving him a morsel. Jonathan Swift.
domestic fowls reared for the table, or for their eggs or feathers, such as cocks and hens, capons, turkeys, ducks, and geese
Etymology: [From Poult.]
Poultry is a category of domesticated birds kept by humans for the purpose of collecting their eggs, or killing for their meat or feathers. These most typically are members of the superorder Galloanserae, especially the order Galliformes and the family Anatidae, commonly known as "waterfowl". Poultry also includes other birds which are killed for their meat, such as pigeons or doves or birds considered to be game, such as pheasants. Poultry comes from the French/Norman word poule, itself derived from the Latin word pullus, which means small animal. Poultry is the second most widely eaten meat in the world, accounting for about 30% of meat production worldwide, after pork at 38%.
Etymology and Origins
Where the scorchers and stuffers of poultry in connection with the old Stocks Market on the site of the Mansion House had their shops.
The numerical value of poultry in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of poultry in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
In the poultry business, there's a positive determination that this new strain not have any chance at proving what it might be able to do.
Forty-eight million people in the United States get sick every year from food poisoning. Forty-eight million, and 128,000 of them end up in the hospital, 30,000 of them will die from food borne illness each year in the United States. That's why this is worth talking about, raising awareness, and giving people the information they need to reduce the risk. Elizabeth Hagen listed three steps to keeping food safe : - Clean your hands, utensils and food surfaces before and after you cook - Separate raw meat and poultry from foods that wo n’t be cooked - Use a meat thermometer to cook to the proper temperature When you're eating outside the rule is two hours.
Countries set different parameters, causing us to take atypical approaches to meet all needs, such as buying from foreign approved sources and use of more pre-cooked poultry.
And 128,000 of them end up in the hospital, 30,000 of them will die from food borne illness each year in the United States. That's why this is worth talking about, raising awareness, and giving people the information they need to reduce the risk. Elizabeth Hagen listed three steps to keeping food safe : - Clean your hands, utensils and food surfaces before and after you cook - Separate raw meat and poultry from foods that wo n’t be cooked - Use a meat thermometer to cook to the proper temperature When you're eating outside the rule is two hours.
Most [certified organic animal] products in the marketplace come from organic feedlots and organic poultry houses—not what consumers expect when they see the organic label.
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- volateria, aviramCatalan, Valencian
- πουλερικό, πουλερικάGreek
- pollería, aves de corralSpanish
- linnunliha, siipikarja, lintuFinnish
- volaille, la volaille, volaillesFrench
- मुर्गी पालनHindi
- daging unggasIndonesian
- 家禽類, 家禽Japanese
- [[carne]] [[de]] [[ave]], [[ave]] [[doméstica]], ave de capoeira, [[ave]] [[de corte]]Portuguese
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