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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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With the tricks I learned in Fermented Vegetables I expect to enjoy more future successes and fewer failures, while exploring the unique flavors offered by delicious, not to mention highly nutritious, vegetable ferments.
Preserving vegetables by adding salt and setting them aside a few days to ferment is part of our family tradition.
Later I learned to ferment homegrown jalapeno peppers, successfully imitating the jalapenos served at my favorite restaurant before it closed down.
Katy Mason, nutritionist at The Nutri Centre, said about the new [pounds sterling]5 tipple, "During the fermentation process, sugars are broken down by bacteria and yeasts, into alcohol, if you ferment this further then you get vinegar.
It does not ferment and so will not lead to the gas and bloating sometimes associated with soluble fiber intake.
The longer they leave it to ferment and stew, the better it is.
Currently, ethanol is produced when yeast ferments the glucose, a form of sugar, contained in food crops such as cane sugar, corn, and other starch-rich grains.
The yeast that Ho modified, called Saccharomyces, is an environmentally safe microorganism commonly used by industry to ferment glucose into ethanol.
In 1993, her research group became the first to produce a genetically engineered Saccharomyces yeast that effectively can ferment both glucose and xylose.
Beginning with one of those home-brewing kits, where one boils malt from a can with sugar and then ferments and bottles the product, Kacani soon was fashioning his own equipment and brewing from whole barley malt and hops.
The two are differentiated by 1) where the yeast ferments in the beer; whether it is top-fermenting or bottom-fermenting, and more importantly 2) at what temperature it is fermented.
The volume occupied by the bird's large crop, which ferments leaves like a miniature compost heap, may account for the adult hoatzin's concave breastbone and its tiny flight muscles, Grajal adds.