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boil-in-bag

[ boil-in-bag ]
/ ˈbɔɪl ɪnˌbæg /
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adjective
of or being a prepared, often frozen, food sealed and sold in a plastic bag that is immersed in boiling water until the contents are cooked or heated for serving.
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