GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. preserved by freezing sufficiently rapidly to retain flavor and nutritional value; -- used of foods.
- adj. (used of foods) preserved by freezing sufficiently rapidly to retain flavor and nutritional value
“The stage version is set in Philadelphia circa 1977, thus allowing Alan Menken and Glenn Slater "The Little Mermaid", who wrote the music and lyrics, to stuff "Sister Act" full of ersatz disco-style numbers that are as close to the real thing as flash-frozen veggie burgers are to freshly ground chuck.”
“Loyal viewers of one of his many public-television series, "Cooking With Julia and Jacques," will remember that he never failed to get a rise out of the rather doctrinaire Julia Child by saying that the best individually flash-frozen peas and berries are sometimes superior to fresh but mediocre local produce.”
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“Dippin 'Dots looks for next flash-frozen hit: Coffee dots”
“The last time I had seen him he was floating near the ceiling of a decompressed cargo bay, an eighty-kilo hunk of flash-frozen boy toy.”
“He said the compounds migrate to the poles, get flash-frozen and collect in craters, where they stay "in the permanent shadows.”
“The emotional reality of life as a cyborg pieced together from flash-frozen body parts and aging equipment limns every translated sentence.”
“The saucer crunched down on the flash-frozen traffic.”
“This sounds amazing - I have some flash-frozen strawberries (from back when they were $1/lb) that might be perfect for this.”
“This love can be worn down but there is always substance to it, always heft, as when you struggle to lift the box of flash-frozen patties, that iced meat against your bare arms, the cold thickness of your flesh a barrier against the protected warmth of your lungs, your heart, your bones.”
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