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flavor

(Essence), noun attributes, character, configuration, core, distinctive features, essential meaning, expertise, feature, figure, gist, good point, heart, impression, mannerism, mark, material issues, meaning, mold, nature, particularity, peculiarity, point of character, property, quality, quintessence, redeeming feature, savor, shape, signature, singularity, sole, substance, sum and substance, taste, trait
Associated concepts: the flavor of a holding, the flavor of an argument, the flavor of an issue

flavor

(Taste), noun appreciation, deliciousness, favor, like, palate, salty taste, savor, sense of taste, sharp taste, sour taste, sourness, spicy taste, sweet taste, taste in the mouth
See also: color, complexion, savory
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After the flavoring agent has been steeped in alcohol for several hours, it is placed in a copper pot still with additional spirits and distilled.
It is also used directly as a flavoring agent, especially to impart artificial cherry and almond flavors.
As a flavoring agent, onion powder is currently being used in a number of food and non-food products like- snacks, sauces, salads, soups, gravies, appetizers, seafood, meats, etc.
The tablet aso contains a flavoring agent, a binder and a lubricant.
Why, it's the seed of an Australian species of acacia tree, and when roasted, the flavoring agent in Barons Brewing's Black Wattle Superior Ale, also from Australia.
NOTE: Unless a marinade, paste, rub, or other flavoring agent adds color to smoked chicken, the cooked meat looks boringly beige.
He gave the definition of a flavoring agent, explained how a flavor is flavored, and provided nutritional information.
Dilute acetic acid is used either or both as a preservative and flavoring agent in food stuffs such as condiments, jellies, confectionery and pickled vegetables.
An artisanal approach to whiskey involves a smaller manufacturer and more specialized batch distillation and aging process, upping the ante on whiskey in drinks and boosting its appeal and relevance in cuisine and as an indulgent flavoring agent.
In pharmaceuticals, it serves as a fragrance, flavoring agent and as a preservative in ophthalmic solutions.
The primary flavoring agent, the one used by all producers is the juniper berry.
EISO is produced by steam distillation of the heartwood of the East Indian Sandalwood tree (Santalum album) and is widely used as a perfume, cosmetic, skin enhancer, and flavoring agent.