English version

stodge in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstodgestodge /stɒdʒ $ stɑːdʒ/ noun [uncountable] British English informal  DFFULLheavy food that makes you feel full very quickly
Examples from the Corpus
stodgeThis is the carbohydrate stodge we were warned about in the Kylie article.Come blues, of course, find expression through raw urban rock juices rather than standard muso stodge.Traditionally right up until the 1970s in fact - bream groundbait consisted of buckets of stodge.We nearly always had milk pudding, rice pudding, semolina or some other stodge.She retched and failed, squeezed, tried again, tried desperately to choke out the stodge that blocked her.Why should every vital and creative and good person be martyred by the great universal stodge around?