succulence


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Synonyms for succulence

a juicy appetizingness

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Loaded with herbs and spices, each juicy burger is rich in fiber and Omega-3s, provides 100 percent of the daily recommended intake of Vitamin B12, which is the same if not more than what would be found in your usual beef burger, and contains zero cholesterol, is free from hormones, antibiotics and is packed with plant protein!" According to Toal, The Unbelievable Burger's all-natural plant-based ingredients recreates the succulence, texture and appearance of real animal meat.
To add a festive touch to traditional Italian cooked ham, it's infused with Tesco Finest Prosecco DOC, then slowly cooked in a steam oven to keep all its succulence and flavour.
In addition, the following parameters were evaluated: water stress index (WSI), water potential ([psi]w), osmotic potential ([psi]o), leaf succulence (LS) and water consumption of the crop.
The popular Koriema meat, which is said to be naturally salted, has gained fame for its succulence thanks to the red soils in the area and the shrubs that the goats feed on.GOAT MEATbrBaringo is commonly referred as the 'Goat County', and visitors normally make a stopover at Koriema shopping centre on the Kabarnet-Marigat road for a bite of the unique delicacy.
In the very first bite you realise this isn't your ordinary beef burger - rarely do you get, might I say, an unadulterated beef patty that is pure meat; no spices or herbs to overshadow it, just some cheese for succulence, so one can truly enjoy the meat for what it is.
Aldi have describedtheir birdsas 'exceptional', offering 'free range, hand-reared birds' and 'turkey parcels glazed with orange and prosecco', there's plenty of choice, with many 'prized for their flavour and succulence'.
Dark, intense and brooding, the nose promises much: cedar wood, blackcurrants, plums and mulberries with a distinctive herbaceous and spicy edge, and the palate more than delivers on that exciting promise with rich, savoury flavours and fruity succulence. A long finish develops from fruit to savoury, and ends with an enticing combination of the two.
The sikandari raan (translated to Alexander's lamb) was cooked perfectly, with the juicy succulence and lean meat almost in shreds standing out.
But there is a solution that marries the convenience of a fillet with the succulence of a whole fish: butterflied trout.
Based on these data, it was calculated the relative growth rate (RGR) and the succulence (Suc) in accordance with the methodology proposed by EL-LITHY et al.
So if you want freshness, succulence and sweetness, grow your own and fill your fruit bowl for months to come.
Enjoy your chicken adobo with local cottage cheese spread over warm toasted bruschetta, or savor the succulence of beef kaldereta in a flaky pie crust pot with generous cheese toppings blow-torched to crispy perfection.
Today dry-aged meat is a meat lover's dream, featuring succulence and flavor that no other meat can match.
Generally, salinity increased leaf succulence, delayed growth, lower quantities of specific enzymes, total protein and nucleic acids, while the specific activities and concentrations remain constant in accordance with slower growth rate [67, 78].
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