[ mˈɔː ɡˈɑːnɪʃɪŋ], [ mˈɔː ɡˈɑːnɪʃɪŋ], [ m_ˈɔː ɡ_ˈɑː_n_ɪ_ʃ_ɪ_ŋ]
Synonyms for More garnishing:
What are the hypernyms for More garnishing?
Other hypernyms:Culinary adornment, Culinary embellishment, Culinary enhancement, Culinary ornamentation, Food Decoration.
The antonyms for the word "more garnishing" are "less garnishing" or "no garnishing." Garnishing refers to the practice of decorating or adding finishing touches to food, typically with small edible items such as herbs, fruits, or vegetables. While garnishing can enhance the appearance and flavor of a dish, some people may prefer food without any decoration or with minimal garnishing. They may find excessive garnishing distracting or unnecessary, and prefer to focus on the natural flavors of the ingredients. Others may opt for less garnishing as a healthier option, as some decorative elements may contain excess sugars, fats or salt.
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