If I have the following set of tuples:
<User> <likes> <Pizza> . <User> <likes> <Dinner> . <User> <likes> <Coffee> . <Dinner> <is> <Steak> . <Steak> <is> <Food> . <Pizza> <is> <Food> . <Coffee> <is> <Beverage> . <predicates> <are> <likes> . <predicates> <are> <is> .
How do I find all of the
<Food> (including objects that resolve to
A super basic Gizmo query that returns “top-level”
How would I include
<Steak> in the result set (through
<User> “liking” `)? Do I need to use some type of recursive query? Or is there a simpler way?