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snack off (of) something

to eat food, bit by bit, in little snacks. (Of is usually retained before pronouns.) Please don't snack off the turkey so we can get another meal out of it. Who has been snacking off of last night's roast beef?
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snack on

To eat something as a snack: One way to lose weight is to snack on carrots instead of junk food.
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David and Mathew Roberts's cattle are pleased to see the snacker arrive Picture: CHRIS WALKLAND
By preventing spikes in blood sugar levels, the bars help snackers feel satiated longer, which makes it easier for them to control the amount of food they eat.
Compare and contrast the attitudes of confectionery snackers to the average snacker in relation to key topics including health & wellbeing, budgeting and treating.
The Healthy Snacker bar is the first step in that transformation.
It's official, we are all becoming 'serial' snackers with over 400 million cereal bars munched in the UK last year alone.
Evolutions report also goes beyond traditional market and consumer analysis to highlight how savoury pastries shoppers in particular are motivated and behave in-store when snacking on-the-go, and how they compare to the average snacker.
The fried chicken chain wants Pope Benedict to tell Catholics to buy its new fish snacker sandwich during Lent.
Will Chase, founder of Tyrrells Potato Chips, said that the range would complement its crisps offering and appeal to a different type of snacker.
Grilled Snacker - The KFC Snacker[R], one of KFC's most popular sandwiches, will now be offered with a 100 percent all-white meat grilled and marinated chicken strip topped with fresh lettuce and a spread of pepper mayo sauce, served on a warm sesame seed bun.
Brands, including direct accountability for KFC, where he introduced the "Chicken Capital USA" advertising campaign and a number of successful new products, including the 99-cent Snacker, and KFC's Famous Bowls.
launches its Snacker Rolls, the newest product to complement its roll line.
But, like 65 per cent of adults under 29, she is a regular snacker.