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- n. gliadin
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as Gliadin.
- n. Sometimes synonymous with Gelatin.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as gliadin.
- n. Same as gelatin. It forms the chief part of carpenters' glue. Not to be confounded with gluten or any of its components.
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I don't much like kneading myself - and I've convinced myself that when I mix my final dough (in a standup KA), if I allow it to reach the "stringy" stage, where the glutin is obviously developing, and then let it continue for 10 mins or so, it won't need any further kneading.
The pet food was largely poisoned by a chemical reaction which included a product called melamine, which is used in fertilizer and plastics, mixed with wheat glutin.
Menu Foods said all of the wheat glutin tainted by melamine came from the Chinese supplier.
This process kneads the dough and develops the glutin giving the pasta a toothiness.
The original recalls were made after contaminated wheat glutin from China was found in some pet foods.
If the glutin is provided to prevent birds consuming the kernels, then the object is perfectly served; otherwise no very satisfactory reason is apparent why the tree should be invested with the means of destroying even humble forms of life.
Is the glutin secreted to secure the wide dispersal of the seeds?
The natural glutin is produced while the slim, fluted, inch-long seeds are green, but its virtue remains even after the whole panicle has withered and has fallen.
Then there are the white flesh and the glutin, the best of all fattening foods; and having eaten to repletion for a couple of days, the diet palls, and they begin to speak in shockingly disrespectful terms of turtle.
When this is boiled with alcohol, the _glutin_ above referred to is extracted, and vegetable fibrine is left.