(And) Milk • וַחֲלֵב V'cheilev
Also referred to as "fat" in Leviticus.
(The) Ram • הָאָיִל: Haayil
Associated with a burnt offering and in Leviticus 8 referred to as the "scapegoat." In Deuteronomy it is translated as "deer" (venison).
(and) Matzot • וּמַצּוֹת Umatzot
Unleavened flatbread. First time mentioned in the Torah when Lot urges two angels who came to Sodom to have dinner with him.
Bread • לֶחֶם Lechem
First reference in Bereishit is part of a curse.
Butter or curd • חֶמְאָה Chemah
In Parashat Vaeira, notice that meat and milk are served at the same time. This word occurs only this time in the Torah
Cakes • עֻגוֹת Ugot
Abraham tells Sarah to take some choice flour to make cakes to welcome the travelling strangers. In Numbers the gathered manna would be prepared as cakes.
Calf • בֶּן-בָּקָר Ben Bakar
Literal translation can be "son of the herd." Veal.
Cattle, oxen, herd • בָּקָר Bakar
First found in Parashat Vayeira.
Flour • קֶמַח Kemach
Abraham tells Sarah to take some choice flour to make cakes to welcome the travelling strangers. In Numbers 5:15 it appears as a meal offering of jealousy.
Milk • חָלָב Chalav
Can also be referred to as "fat."
Ram • אַיִל Ayil
Part of Avram's vision of fruitfulness. Numbers 5:8 as a "ram of apology"
Salt • מֶלַח Melach
First entry describes what happens to Lot's wife when looking back at the destruction of Soddom and Gemorrah. Leviticus 2 refers to salt as a seasoning.
Seed • זֶרַע Zera
First found in the third day
Sheep (flocks of) • וּבָקָר Uvakar
In the context of "and flocks of sheep." Connected to the word "tzon"
Sheep, small cattle • צֹאן Tzon
Domesticated sheep or small cattle
Skin of a Dolphin or Badger • תַּחַשׁ Tachash
First appears as a name for Abraham's brother's concubine Reumah (follow that?) In Numbers 4, however goes on to refer animal skin and may have been a now extinct sheep.
Wheat (fine) • סֹלֶת Solet
First appears in the story of Abraham asking Sarah to prepare cakes to welcome strangers. Generally describing the fine wheat for the sacrifices. Does not appear in Deuteronomy.
wine • יַיִן yayin
Intoxicant, Forbidden to drink by the Nazarite. Genesis, Chapter 9 introduces sustainability.