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  • noun Plural form of cutin.

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Examples

  • It takes longer to cook than most grains, sometimes an hour or more, because its starch has been precooked into a hard, glassy mass, and because its bran layers are impregnated with cutins and waxes (p. 262) to resist the absorption of water (in nature, the grains fall into the water and lie dormant for months or even years before germinating).

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • It takes longer to cook than most grains, sometimes an hour or more, because its starch has been precooked into a hard, glassy mass, and because its bran layers are impregnated with cutins and waxes (p. 262) to resist the absorption of water (in nature, the grains fall into the water and lie dormant for months or even years before germinating).

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • We have storm chasers in the field and will have live streaming video from them, during out newscasts and severe weather cutins.

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