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psomophagia, psomophagy
1. To eat morsels or bits of food; such as, certain birds, fish, etc. From Greek, “a morsel, bit”.
2. In medicine, it is defined as, The practice of swallowing food without thorough mastication (without thoroughly chewing it).
3. A related term, flecherism, promotes taking small amounts of food at a time and chewing each small quantity for a prolonged period before swallowing. Promoted by, and named for, Horace Fletcher, U.S. dietitian, 1849-1919.