preportion

preportion

(priːˈpɔːʃən)
vb (tr)
1. (of food) to make into portions beforehand
2. (Cookery) (of food) to make into portions beforehand
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Preportion your snacks so you're not tempted to snack indefinitely.
Any scrap dough should be added to the next sheeting, and when possible, it is best to preportion dough to prevent waste.
But Mr Ahern said that if the figure of 41,000 was correct, it was a small preportion of hospital procedures carried out.
These preportioned cups are a revolution, and I am finally drinking my fruits and veggies.--R.M.
But inside the neatly packaged boxes of preportioned ingredients and step-by-step recipes lurks the potential for foodborne illnesses and missed food allergens, and that has the insurance industry developing new offerings and risk management programs to stave off those potential exposures.
After choosing seasonal recipes that appeal to you, all of the fresh, preportioned ingredients needed to cook your meal will arrive right at your door.
Boghossian, a former retail food and luxury goods executive, says she used principles from food retailing to develop Gargle Away, an advanced formula gargle available in preportioned single-serve K-Cups and packets.
Put them in preportioned baggies or containers, and store them in the fridge.
Bake'n Joy's two latest Preportioned Cookie Dough flavors are 135-count/1.6-ounce ButterRich Mint Chocolate Chip and 216-count/1.5-ounce 100% Whole Grain Cranberry Chocolate Granola.
YOU are looking for something perfectly preportioned to make a good racing system.