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  • v. Present participle of emulsify.


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  • The method, called emulsified zero-valent iron EZVI, requires injecting the salad-dressing-like mix into plume hot spots, where it finds and binds to the similarly dense solvents, rendering them harmless.

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  • The standard ratios taught in culinary schools involve purees, namely the emulsified forcemeat and the mousseline forcemeat.


  • I towel dry my hair and work an emulsified gob of Shine-and-Hold into it.

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  • Vigorously shake the jar until the ingredients are thoroughly combined and emulsified.

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  • Not as good as home made, but a damn sight better than the emulsified redness in the plastic roll that is industrial chorizo.

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  • In a saucepan, heat the remaining butter and olive oil, add the remaining ground avocado leaf and the reduced chicken broth, and stir with a wire whisk until the sauce has emulsified.

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  • Blend on high until emulsified and peppercorns break into small bits.

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  • Pesto is best pounded by hand with a mortar and pestle; bruised, the cell walls of the basil leaves expel their oils more generously, making a silkier, more emulsified sauce than if they are slit open by the sharp metal blades of a blender or a knife.

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  • Lacking a food processor, you could mince the garlic by hand, and the whisk in all the other ingredients until emulsified.

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  • Cooking them gently over low heat ensures that the fat stays emulsified.

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