The baby needed, not the Infinite, but finite stimulants and predigested foods.
(b) Tell why cereals that have been toasted are said to be predigested.
A great amount of discussion, pro and con, has been raised over the subject of predigested food.
Of late years the stomach has been greatly aided in its functions by prepared or predigested foods.
In such cases lactose, eggs and some of the predigested casein or beef preparations are found to be valuable.
I'll take what science I get in another way—put up in predigested packages or bottled—any way but the fishy way.
Dignified and important, he loudly proclaims the predigested food of his college as the sole source of all wisdom.
Society works and hands over its predigested food to such social parasites amongst ourselves.
With young children some of the predigested liquid beef preparations, such as liquid peptonoids, are found valuable.
Some of the disadvantages of predigested foods have been noted, and their prices are usually so exorbitant that eggs at 2s.
predigest pre·di·gest (prē'dī-jěst', -dĭ-)
v. pre·di·gest·ed, pre·di·gest·ing, pre·di·gests
To subject food to partial digestion, usually through an enzymatic or chemical process, before being eaten.