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To gauge how effectively different commercial peanut flours thicken during heat processing, researchers applied different types of rheological tests to the flours.
Thicken slow-cooker dishes by mixing Gold Medal Wondra quick-mixing flour (it will not clump) with liquids prior to cooking.
Water thins the extra mucus, but caffeine tends to thicken it.
But the power of The Word was in the choreography, so strong that it seemed to thicken the air and force the dancers to dare their way through it.
Lesquerella gum is stable enough to thicken over a wide range of pH levels or after peroxide bleaching.
Whisk together eight egg yolks and 150g of caster sugar until pale, fluffy and starting to thicken.
Add beef and basil; cook, stirring, until sauce starts to boil and thicken.
Run the chillies through a juice extractor, then reduce the juice in a saucepan until it darkens and starts to thicken.
Does yours lengthen, thicken, curl and stay on in the pool?
Contract award: gradual delivery (within 36 months) polyelectrolyte to thicken sludge from the wastewater treatment plant plaszow ii.
This thickening foam is made with body-building proteins and rich botanicals which help thicken the hair strand.
These changes happen when liquids are thickened, and if you've used a starch to thicken them, the results depend on the kind of starch you've used and how you've used it.