This question pertains to food preparation methods. There are a number of web sites that have a culinary glossary wherein cooking terminology is discussed at length. There is no single resource that lists just those terms that apply directly to ingredients.
What is the official definition for preparatory culinary actions that are found in ingredient lists?
To clarify... In recipe books, ingredients are itemized (usually) independently from the directions. The itemization often contains a preparatory adjective (and adverb). For example, in the phrase "3 apples, peeled", the word peeled indicates some action to be performed on the ingredient.
No single resource provides a glossary that defines just these preparatory actions. A definition for the word "mix" is not needed because "3 apples, mixed" would never appear in an ingredients list--the word "mix" is used in directions.