flavor and texture

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  • They also have the pleasant flavor and texture which we have grown to like. Cited from Food Guide for War Service at Home, by Blunt, Swain, Powdermaker
  • However, as flavor and texture are determined by the way moisture leaves the bread, these features can be lost during the process.
  • In general, fruits of delicate flavor and texture cannot be kept very long after they have ripened. Cited from Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 5
  • In flavor and texture, as well as in its peculiar color, there is little difference between the varieties. Cited from The Field and Garden Vegetables of America, by Fearing Burr
  • Various forms of imitation meat have been created for people who wish not to eat meat but still want to taste its flavor and texture.
  • The flavor and texture profile of the beef is similar on all dimensions to the traditional open air dry-aged results.
  • Ingredients beyond these basic ingredients are included for variation in flavor and texture.
  • They are very similar in flavor and texture to sweet bean paste.
  • These master chocolatiers also craft pieces of chocolate with outstanding flavor and texture, said to be the best in the world by some.
  • It is usually cooked in a wood-fired oven, giving the pizza its unique flavor and texture.
  • Lye will saponify fats in the food, which will change its flavor and texture.
  • The length of cooking time determines the final flavor and texture.
  • The superior flavor and texture of the well-cooked cereal is well worth the additional length of time of cocking. Cited from School and Home Cooking, by Carlotta C. Greer
  • For improvements in flavor and texture, it is widely advised that cheeses be allowed to warm up to room temperature before eating.
  • However, their size often makes utilizing them for culinary uses cumbersome, and they lack the flavor and texture present in smaller pumpkin varieties.
  • The cooking method remains the same, as well, and produces the unique flavor and texture which has become the trademark of the chips.
  • Practically all food must be boiled, and is lacking in the flavor and texture to which we are accustomed. Cited from Food Guide for War Service at Home, by Blunt, Swain, Powdermaker
  • Searing does play an important role, however, in browning, a crucial contributor to flavor and texture.
  • Long boiling, however, ruins their flavor and texture. Cited from Chocolate and Cocoa Recipes, by Parloa, and Home Made Candy, by Hill
  • Apart from adding to flavor and texture, a biga also helps to preserve bread by making it less perishable.
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