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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of emulsify.


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  • While the blender is running, add the vegetable oil drop by drop so that it emulsifies with the other ingredients.

    Recipe for Seafood and Vegetable Stew with Rouille (Red Pepper Sauce)

  • While blending, pour in a half-cup olive oil in a steady stream until pesto emulsifies into a thick pur é e.

    Goodbye Basil,

  • It reaches the tables and lifts the trays and their abandoned meals, works its way into the ketchup, emulsifies everything.

    February « 2009 « Squares of Wheat

  • Roasted garlic emulsifies this creamy dressing, keeping it from separating into oil and vinegar.


  • Add the olive oil and continue to whisk until the dressing emulsifies.

    The City Cook

  • Traditionally, soap is made from either vegetable oil or animal fat and lye otherwise known as sodium hydroxide, a water-soluble alkali that emulsifies in water.

    Simple Skin Beauty

  • Every cleanser contains a surfactant, which emulsifies and washes debris and oil from the skin.

    Simple Skin Beauty

  • The soap emulsifies the oils, making them more effective.

    Operation Garden Storm

  • Whisks:I use my little flat one (good inside pots), and ball-ended one (emulsifies like crazy) more than my big one.

    Basic Kitchen

  • The longer floating oil mixes with water and gets whipped by wind, the more it emulsifies, turning into a goopy brown mousse that resists containment and destruction.

    Saddam's Ecoterror


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