peel

(redirected from peelings)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia.
See: denude
References in periodicals archive ?
Put the worms in the jar, then add some old leaves, vegetable peelings, tea leaves and over-ripe fruit if you have any.
It is a special treatment using intensive active ingredients to tighten the skin, especially for those skins that need special care and it is unique to the Herbal Deep Peeling Treatment.
The development of crisp bags made out of cellulose from wood pulp had created "crackly" bags that would potentially put off consumers but the company is looking at using old peelings for packaging.
There is often a belief that waste such as vegetable peelings or garden waste is harmless, however throwing such items away causes powerful gases to be released into the atmosphere.
A lot of food waste can be recycled in this way, including fruit scraps, vegetable peelings, tea bags and egg shells.
Green-minded composters have been told a Cardiff council recycling scheme can't accept tea bags or fruit peelings because the Animal By-Products (Amendment) Regulations 2003 says they could transmit foot and mouth disease.
All bark peelings identified in submerged logs were found less than 150 metres from one specific archaeological site, Rappasundet, where subfossil pine trees annually emerge due to peat erosion caused by raised water levels of an hydro-electric power dam.
This slurry comprises potato peelings from their steam peeling operation and it contains high .
And Brother Cook saw to it that there were always a few spare scraps of carrots and turnip peelings for Brother Juggler to take to his animal friends when he visited them during the recreational hour.
The system seemed to be--throw in your potato peelings and the contents of the little bags and let the worms loose to do their miraculous work.
In addition to the normal kitchen refuse processed by conventional garbage disposers, HydroMaid easily and quietly processes chicken bones, corn husks, potato peelings, stalks of celery, avocado pits, nut shells, and other fibrous food waste that most conventional garbage disposers have difficulty processing.
AS households in Birmingham prepare for winter and complete their garden clear out, Recycle Now is encouraging residents to invest in a home composting bin, to compost their grass cuttings, fallen leaves and clippings, alongside green household waste such as vegetable peelings and tea bags.