Bowl, (noun); a bowl is a round, open-top container used in many gorean cultures to serve food, and is also used for drinking and storing other items. They are typically small and shallowm often of wood.
Seems that slave girls mostly ate their gruel from troughs or from bowls, using their fingers. I shared breakfast with Elizabeth who informed me that it was better than the porridge below in the trough in the feeding room for female staff slaves....
Book 5, Assassin of Gor: Page 107
Bowl(s), wooden, (noun); wooden bowls are almost exclusively used for slave-feeding.
I did not care particularly for the wooden bowls of stew and bread we commonly had at the public pens, but I was hungry and ready to eat even such, and with enthusiasm.
Book 7, Captive of Gor: Page 163
We knelt in a circle, eating from the wooden bowls of bread and stew. We were given no utensils. Our fingers served to pick out meat and bread, and the gravy we drank.
Book 7, Captive of Gor: Page 167
I had scarcely touched the stew in the wooden bowl. "We will wear the nose rings," said Ute, "until our training is finished. Then, when we leave Ko-ro-ba, they will be removed.
Book 7, Captive of Gor: Page 168
The slender blond girl, who had been giving the men water from the skin bag, was now given the work of filling small bowls from the large wooden bowl, for the bond-maids.
Book 9, Marauders of Gor: Page 32
We were knelt outside the cook shack. We were given wooden bowls. We were served gruel, mixed with thick chunks of boiled tabuk, by the blond, she who had once been Barbara Benson, now Thimble, and the dark-haired girl, who had once been the rich girl, Audrey Brewster, now the slave girl, Thistle.
Book 12, Beasts of Gor: Page 162
I wore a light, rep-cloth slave tunic. On the floor, on straw, was a blanket which I had been given. Though the cell door was locked, I was not chained. On the table was a bowl of cheap wine, some wedges of yellow bread and a wooden bowl containing vegetables and chunks of meat.
Book 14, Fighting Slave of Gor: Page 87
She then, like the others, after having been issued her slave gruel, and after having finished it, and washed the wooden bowl, would be assigned her chores for the day.
Book 17, Savages of Gor: Page 16
The blond girl ahd brough out wooden bowls and spoons.
"Each here serves themselves, in turn," said Radish.
"Your porridge, Master," said Mira.
Book 18, Blood Brothers of Gor: Page 351
"We were days in our hoods," said Iwoso. "They were lifted only a bit, at irregular intivals, I think to permit the placing of food in our mouths, the holding of a wooden bowl of water to our lips
Book 18, Blood Brothers of Gor: Page 400
In a few moments be returned with a small wooden bowl filled with dried, precooked meal. He poured some water into this. I was then handed the bowl. Some of the women laughed. "Mix it with your fingers," said the first man.
Book 19, Kajira of Gor: Page 257