- n. Ease of spreading or of being spread.
“Viral got an occassional nod, though often as something scary, and the notion of spreadability was not even close to present (except when presented by those outside the industry).”
“You may need to add a bit more liquid to thin the batter for "spreadability".”
“My mentor, Henry Jenkins, has described that form of sharing as "spreadability" (which you can read about in his white paper, If”
“The crispy layer has pb mixed in to it which I think helps the texture & spreadability of the bar.”
“Of course, this hurts your viral spreadability, but to me seems like the most straightforward solution to the problem.”
“A high proportion of ordered crystals imparts a stiff firmness to cold butter, while free fat lends spreadability and the tendency to leak liquid fat as it warms and softens. per 500 gm.”
“Researchers led by Mukti Singh, PhD, a research food technologist with the ARS 'Functional Foods Research Unit, also report that lower-fat frostings created with Fantesk have the smooth texture and spreadability of buttercream favorites, but with up to 50 percent less fat, according to the March 2010 issue of”
“What's more, the lower-fat frostings that Singh and Peoria chemical engineer Jeffrey Byars are creating with Fantesk have the smooth texture and spreadability of buttercream favorites, yet contain up to 50 percent less fat.”
“He is not peanut butter when it comes to spreadability.”
“For example, we might notice that the Acme brand is particularly easy to spread, and so we'll give it a high ranking, even if we don't actually care about the spreadability of jam.”
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