- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of brine.
“It is made both by the processing of the minerals trona (Na3H (CO3) 2. 2H2O) and nahcolite (NaHCO3), and by processing sodium carbonate-rich waters (called brines).”
“Opting for the more diminutive Hakurei or Scarlet varietal, he brines the stems in a bath of two parts water to one part cider vinegar, a touch of salt and sugar and maybe a few mustard seeds and sprigs of fresh thyme.”
“The company still uses ponds at its Redwood City site to concentrate bay water into salty brines, but its main salt operation these days is across the bay in Newark.”
“Marinades and brines do change the flavor of venison.”
“Marinades, rubs, brines: Rubs are dry mixtures of herbs and spices applied to foods before grilling to give an extra flavor boost.”
“Chef Barry Koslow at Tallula uses lots of fennel seeds, for veal sausage with cavatelli, in pickled ramps, bread-and-butter pickles and in all of the restaurant's brines.”
“Click here to learn more about brines and how they work.”
“These microorganisms are found all over the globe in areas which are naturally hot – including volcanic sediments, hot springs and brines from deep oil wells.”
“The Railroad Commission under Williams has become known for passing questionable costs on to consumers, not stopping pollution caused from injecting into the ground the saltwater brines created by oil and gas drilling, allowing urban drilling for gas in the Fort Worth area, and being slow to require natural gas companies to replace faulty pipe couplings which cause explosions.”
“It's been known for a long time that Afghanistan has a lot of spodumene, but it's much more expensive and difficult to process into a useable precursor for lithium battery materials than are the brines.”
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