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crunchy

mod. [of someone] loving nature, plants, and animals. (The type of person who lives on granola.) He’s such a crunchy guy, always saving whales and trees.
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Among those who found themselves munching on what is claimed to be one of the country's crunchiest apples were mountaineers Sir Chris Bonington and Doug Scott.
Soon they're biting into the soft loaves and munching on the sugary "bones," which are the crunchiest parts.
Instead of enjoying the tastiest, crunchiest apple varieties to be found anywhere in the world, we've swallowed the lie that cheaper is better.
We'll forever be vulnerable to the big food companies flogging us the latest creamiest, crunchiest, yummiest concoction.
I've been canning for about 10 years now and those are the best tasting, crunchiest pickles I have ever made.
She includes traditional favourites such as roast beef and even includes advice on all the trimmings such as Yorkshire Puddings as well as how to make the best roast potatoes, with tips on how to get the crispiest and crunchiest spuds.
She includes traditional favourites such as roast beef and even includes advice on all the trimmings such as Yorkshire puddings, as well as how to make the best roast potatoes, with tips on how to get the crispiest and crunchiest spuds.
These flakes were a good size so each mouthful had a delicious flavour and our tester reckoned they were the crunchiest even after a good soak in the milk.
What really pleased me was the abundance of nice, fresh vegetables in the main courses - the crunchiest broccoli, the juiciest mushrooms, the greenest of beans .
Even with views to the left of the crunchiest city planner, he does a service in outlining the dynamics behind growth and development in real cities before indulging in pipe dreams or theory.
The crunchiest, hardest biscotti are made without butter or any fat in the dough, points out Sonia Azar, director of development and research at La Tempesta, a South San Francisco-based biscotti producer.
Ever inspirational, and the winner of the crunchiest biscuit in a recent Guardian competition, Ruth has just begun a blog with her daughter Sarah, called veggischmooze.
That's right --it's looking for the crispiest Mac 'n' Cheese, crunchiest chicken tenders, andthe most mouth-watering Apple Crisp.