One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The fruit has high pulp content and is fibreless.’
- ‘The new ginger, fiberless and crisp like a potato, has a mild savory version of the older ginger's flavor, and its texture and mouthfeel make it eminently pickleable.’
- ‘Read labels to make sure you're getting whole grains and some fiber; instead of overprocessed, fiberless fluff.’
- ‘This is because they eat nothing but refined, fibreless rubbish.’
- ‘Schneider adds that, with their flattened drum or turban shapes and deep green skins, they bear some resemblance to Buttercup; and that all have a fine flavour, rich sweetness, and almost fibreless flesh.’
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