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A dialogue from a well-known sitcom:

Joey - That eggnog in our fridge was great
Rachel - Joey, that was formula

What kind of formula would that be? Cant find anything on wikipedia or search engines...

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    substitute milk for an infant – George White Apr 13 at 19:47
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    Try "baby formula". – John Lawler Apr 13 at 19:47
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    Baby food with some sort of rich milk and vitamins is called formula. Joey is not smart enough to know that a baby in the house could mean baby food in the refrigerator. – Yosef Baskin Apr 13 at 19:47
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    It is not "farin lacte." That would be "baby cereal." I believe the Greek is Γάλα σε Σκόνη, although, it appears that term might be more general, referring to any powdered milk, like the kind we might use in baking bread. I don't read Greek, but I think this is the right product: Γιώτης Γάλα σε Σκόνη Sanilac HA – Juhasz Apr 13 at 20:21
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    @Juhasz Thanks, that must be it. The toughest English to learn are the everyday ones. – George Menoutis Apr 14 at 6:54

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