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  • n. A machine that extrudes material through shaped dies

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Examples

  • First, you take a dry mixture of soy-protein powder and wheat flour, add water and dump it into an industrial extruder, which is essentially a gigantic food processor.

    Fake Meat: Scientists Closer To Vegetarian Chicken

  • Most small producers can benefit from the use of a simple hand extruder, which is a small investment that can quickly pay for itself in increased production of handles or decorative elements.

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  • ALUPRO-MPI Ultrasonics Inc. has developed a new technology that applies high power ultrasonic energy to large, heavy irregular mass or un-tuned mechanical systems such as extruder, drawing die, mould tools, metal melt mixer, continuous casting, homogenizing, degassing with using a

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  • I'm intrigued by the potential uses of Parker's content extruder.

    Jeff Jarvis: Davos 2011: Too Little Content

  • Philip Parker s content extruder has written tens of thousands of books, created a directory of tropical plants that didn t exist and has radio beaming out to farmers in poor third-world nations -- all of which is fully automated.

    Jeff Jarvis: Davos 2011: Too Little Content

  • BP: We created a frosting attachment that you can use by switching out the plastic extruder.

    Boing Boing

  • Pull a strand of casing over the extruder pipe of your stuffer.

    Stefan Beck: What Deaner Was Talkin' About: Sausage King, R.I.P.

  • But as it's run through the gears of the extruder and heated to precisely 346°F (175°C), the batter firms up and forms complex striations.

    Fake Meat: Scientists Closer To Vegetarian Chicken

  • Then the meal is cooked in a machine called an “extruder,” which uses steam to mold it into the shape of the kibble.

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  • Do they think the soybeans grown in South America a plant with a shallow root system that contributes to soil loss, shipped all the way to the US, processed in an extruder using hexane and petroleum, and then shipped once more across the country is more environmentally friendly than locally raised pastured meats contributing to soil fertility?

    Last gasp of the dark ages of nutrition | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

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