|edible nut||macadamia nut; macadamia|
|(Botany) shallot, plant from the onion family which produces an edible bulb; bulb of the shallot plant is used as food||eschalot|
|(French) edible snail usually served in its shell with a garlic and butter sauce, snail used as food||escargot|
|(Inuit) edible whale skin||muktuk|
|, , fruit of eggplant, , , plant with large edible fruit, aubergine, blackish purple, plant of East Indian origin that bears an edible fruit; dark purple egg-shaped fruit of the eggplant (eaten as a vegetable); dark purple color||eggplant|
|able to be consumed, able to be used up; edible, meant to be eaten or drunk, consumable goods||consumable|
|act of crushing or squeezing; something that is easily crushed; racket sport for 2 or 4 players; vine-like plant bearing edible fruit; gourd-shaped fruit that is eaten as a vegetable; concentrated drink (British), action or noise of squashing, ballgame...||squash|
|African plant with edible seeds, pigeon pea seed||pigeon pea|
|Alaskan king crab, horseshoe crab, very large edible crab||king crab|
|alligator pear, creamy green, green fruit which grows on trees, green-fleshed edible fruit, of creamy green color, tree on which avocados grow||avocado|
|almond -shaped, almond -shaped object, nut, of yellowish gray, small tree producing almonds, type of edible nut; tree which produces these nuts||almond|
|American tree with edible fruit||marmalade tree|
|angel shark, any of a type of shark of the genus Squatina; type of saltwater fish, goosefish, large edible anglerfish||monkfish|
|annual legume grown in the southern USA for forage and soil improvement, black-eyed pea; edible seed of the cowpea plant||cowpea|
|any of a number of flightless birds which are native to New Zealand; large edible berry of the Chinese gooseberry; resident of New Zealand (Informal), Chinese vine with edible fruit, flightless bird of New Zealand, kiwi fruit, relating to New Zealand, ...||kiwi|
|any of a number of gray freshwater or marine fish; red mullet (Zoology), edible fish||mullet|
|any of a number of small long-tailed marine crustaceans (some of which are edible); small person or thing; insignificant person or thing (Informal), catch shrimp, fish for shrimp, small marine crustacean with ten legs, something undersize||shrimp|
|any of numerous types of fungi that have short thick stems and cap-like tops (of which some are highly poisonous and some are edible), become mushroom-shaped, edible fungus, fast-growing thing, gather mushrooms; sprout up rapidly like mushrooms, develo...||mushroom|
|any of several kinds of large edible fish of the family Scombridae which are native to mild and tropical waters; meat of the tuna; various kinds of prickly pears, prickly pear cactus, tuna cactus fruit, tuna fish, tuna flesh, tunny||tuna|
|any of several kinds of large edible fish of the family Scombridae who are native to mild and tropical waters, tuna (especially British)||tunny|
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