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- n. The characteristic of being briny.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state or quality of being briny; saltness; brinishness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the relative proportion of salt in a solution
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Depending upon their origin, they can vary in brininess, fattiness, and taste.
When gathering your equipment, look for rockweed—it's the best seaweed for clambakes because its seawater-filled pockets burst during cooking and add brininess and moisture to the other ingredients.
"But if you love oysters like I do, you have all kinds of fun flavors, textures, creaminess, brininess... and that is vodka."
He described a 1992 Signatory Mortlach, our third selection, as " grassy, herbal, with a brininess to it, " my thoughts exactly.
"But if you love oysters like I do, you have all kinds of fun flavors, textures, creaminess, brininess ... and that is vodka."
The prize is a big, fat oyster with the slight saline brininess from cooking in its own "liquor", perfectly balanced against a touch of sweetness and slight smokiness from the tomato-based bbq sauce.
Should I reveal to you that I'm going to tie Mr Biron up until he reveals the secret of his lighter-than-air tarama with its extraordinarily delicate brininess that makes a mockery of any that have gone before under the name?
And the usage of lemon juice and mignonette is most ideal for eating oysters because saltiness/brininess is cancelled out by citric acid.
I have a craving for slick, smushed beads of brininess otherwise known as olives.
You will be struck by the slight brininess of the Fino (especially if eating olives), or its nuttiness (especially if eating a handful of nuts or some cheese).