The way that a food product feels inside a person's mouth. Also: mouth-feel, mouth feel.
Example Citation:
Another option is No-Cream Cream. It's a recipe from the Fetzer Vineyards Food and Wine Magazine, which the winery published several years ago. The "no-cream" is an excellent ingredient that can be added to most any savory soup or sauce when you want to simulate the richness and mouthfeel of cream without the added fat or calories.
— Suzanne S. Jones, "For this soup, it's easy being green," Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, FL), August 1, 2002
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Lipton product manager Stuart Miller says ice cream on stick normally lasts customer age 6 to 12 between 4 and 7 minutes, but no-drip ice cream lasts 8 1/2 to 9 minutes; key to no-drip ice cream is new 'stabilizer' that promotes bond between water and fat in mixture and does not affect quality, texture, taste or mouth feel;
— "Internatl Assn of Ice Cream Maufacturers repts that ice cream sales nationwide are up nearly 2% for 1st time in 4 yrs," The New York Times, August 26, 1973
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