Regular Expression to MATCH ALL words in a query, in any order

You can achieve this will lookahead assertions


See it here on Regexr

(?=.*\bmeat\b) is a positive lookahead assertion, that ensures that \bmeat\b is somewhere in the string. Same for the other keywords and the .+ is then actually matching the whole string, but only if the assertions are true.

But it will match also on “dinner meat Foobar pasta”

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