- n. Plural form of emulsion.
“The products have improved functionality such as water binding and emulsifying properties in emulsions such as dairy cream and mayonnaise.”
“Many vinaigrettes are temporary emulsions, which is to say that you can get the oil and vinegar to combine into a smooth sauce for a while, but it will eventually "break" or separate back into a pool of oil sitting on top of a layer of vinegar.”
“In order to fill this gap, the Birmingham-based researchers prepared water-in-oil emulsions, meaning a continuous phase of cocoa butter with a dispersed water phase.”
“Film has proved itself an indispensable Global English word, even where it no longer has anything to do with films, or “coatings” of light-sensitive emulsions applied to plastic, or coatings of any kind.”
“Layers of emulsions and foam had all the tricks of modern cuisine and all the taste of traditional Italy.”
“The soil was prepared beforehand, maneur, B&B, a water of gentle seaweed and fish emulsions, left to sit for a fortnight before the tree was planted.”
“From foams and emulsions, to gelatin and polymer melts, first without knowing the chemistry behind most of his original creations, he continued to investigate further into the actual chemical and physical processes, manipulating them with hydro-colloids and techniques like spherification, to push the limits of modern cuisine.”
“No chemical analysis of the emulsions on the glass plates.”
“That puts it in special demand in restaurants specializing in foams and emulsions and other popular menu items coming out of hip kitchens.”
“When I was filled with the emulsions of daylight and reverie I played Brahms.”
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