ferment


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Synonyms for ferment

Synonyms for ferment

to be in a state of emotional or mental turmoil

an agent that stimulates or precipitates a reaction, development, or change

a state of uneasiness and usually resentment brewing to an eventual explosion

Synonyms for ferment

a state of agitation or turbulent change or development

a substance capable of bringing about fermentation

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a process in which an agent causes an organic substance to break down into simpler substances

be in an agitated or excited state

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work up into agitation or excitement

cause to undergo fermentation

go sour or spoil

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Finally the ferment settled down and I got brave enough to take a taste.
There is also a restaurant, The Raw Duck, that has a menu dedicated to ferments in London, which is the first of its kind.
The cider ferments in wood casks for slow cold and malolactic fermentation in the spring, then inoculated with wild yeast for secondary fermentation, before final barrel aging and blending.
It does not ferment and so will not lead to the gas and bloating sometimes associated with soluble fiber intake.
But certain microbes can anaerobically ferment glycerol into biofuels and other marketable chemicals, say Ramon Gonzalez and his colleagues at Rice University in Houston in the June Current Opinion in Biotechnology.
Husband Alastair, 57, said: "The company told us the fruit ferments if it is not kept refrigerated and it says in really small writing that it should be drunk two hours after buying it.
The juice contains 10-12% sugar and it has to be packaged in a way that keeps any yeast out of the bottle or it will begin to ferment," Neal explains.
British artists traveled extensively, and non-British nationals were drawn to the cultural ferment of Swinging London and its numerous art schools.
As evangelical theology emerges from the struggles over biblical inerrancy and other doctrinal disputes to a greater openness to Catholicism and feminist theologies, he sees the current creative ferment as a sign of health and vitality.
But more importantly, it comes at a time of renewed cultural and intellectual ferment between the "Third World" and the United States of America.
The yeast that Ho modified, called Saccharomyces, is an environmentally safe microorganism commonly used by industry to ferment glucose into ethanol.
Ferment is all that separates wine from grape juice, yet it makes an the difference in the world.
When lactose passes undigested into the colon, bacteria ferment the sugar, causing gas.
a saccharomyces silicon ferment; a yeast extract prepared from a saccharomyces calcium ferment; ubiquinone; azurite; and leuconostoc/radish root ferment filtrate.
Four portions were placed in separate clean banana leaf (Musa sapeinta); the remaining four portions were separately placed in plastic bowls with tight sealed lid and allowed to ferment at temperature of 35 [+ or -] 2 [degrees]C for 7 days.