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Pokémon food

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In the anime
[[File:Pokémon food anime SM.png|thumb|280px|left|{{AP|Pikachu}} and his friends eating Pokémon food]]
[[File:Slowking eating.png|thumb|220px|A {{p|Slowking}} drinking milk from a {{wp|coconut}}]]
Pokémon food has appeared in the {{pkmn|anime}} as early as ''[[EP006|Clefairy and the Moon Stone]]'', aswhere ait took on the appearance of some sort of kibble. It is available for purchase in cans, as seen briefly in ''[[DP053|Tears For Fears!]]''. Several [[Pokémon Trainer]]s will make their own, especially {{tc|Pokémon Breeder}}s like {{an|Brock}}. It is shown to be suitable for [[human]] consumption, but the flavor is not always agreeable with humans, as shown by the fact that [[Seymour]] was able to eat it without any problem, but {{Ash}} tried some and reacted badly. Good Pokémon food tastes great to Pokémon, however.
 
Brock often offers his homemade Pokémon food to try to gain a Pokémon's trust if it seems to be unfriendly or scared, such as a baby {{p|Stantler}} in ''[[EP125|Little Big Horn]]'', and a {{TP|Brock|Mudkip}} in ''[[AG025|A Mudkip Mission]]'' which he caught after befriending. Most Pokémon are extremely fond of the food he makes, with the exception of a {{p|Jigglypuff}} in ''[[AG138|Rough, Tough Jigglypuff]]'' which outright refused it (although it's possible it realized it was a trap and refused to take the bait).
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