- n. Plural form of juice.
“Our bodies consist of around 50% water, and this needs to be replenished daily to assist in flushing toxins out of the body and assisting the digestive system. 60-70 ounces of water and/or juices is recommended to be taken each day to assist is making bowel movements softer and more regular, and to help flush the colon at the same time.”
“She had severe gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), which allows the movement of food, fluids and digestive juices from the stomach back up into the esophagus.”
“First is that I always cook my birds dark meat up so that as it cooks the juices from the dark meat drip down and through the white meat, naturally basting it.”
“Brett Reichler said he must have eaten a thousand burgers to come up with the 5-ounce flat griddle burgers that best lock in juices with a ranch-style sauce and served on a toasted sesame bun ($6. 95-$8.50).”
“A little cornstarch helps ensure that the juices from the pears thicken up just a little during baking.”
“The cobbler rises during baking into a soft, moist, vanilla-scented layer that really soaks up the juices from the fruit well.”
“PepsiCo, the $60bn-a-year parent company of Walkers crisps, Quaker Oats, and Tropicana fruit juices, is Britain's biggest crisp maker, buying more than 350,000 tonnes of potatoes a year.”
“Pour off any accumulated juices from the greens and tomatoes.”
“It crushed them into the remotest recesses of their own minds, pressing out of them, like juices from the grape, all the false ardours and exaltations and undue self-values of the human soul, until they perceived themselves finite and small, specks and motes, moving with weak cunning and little wisdom amidst the play and inter-play of the great blind elements and forces.”
“The cheese melts just enough to meld seamlessly with the sugary-sweet, hot juices from the burst tomatoes, and together the sauce forms a gauzy blanket over a bed of pasta before being showered with a chiffonade of bright green herbage.”
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