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  • v. Present participle of overprocess.

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Examples

  • You can grind the almonds yourself by pulsing them in a food processor until very fine, adding a teaspoon or so of cornstarch to help keep the almonds powdery and prevent the nuts from overprocessing into a nut butter.

    Lemon Torte | Baking Bites

  • God loves when we come to Him as children and simply do what He says without reasoning it all out, without overprocessing the whys and the hows.

    FROM THE CROSS TO PENTECOST

  • For one thing, TV comedies are particularly little bits of fiction -- 21 minutes on the screen, some 30 pages of script -- which makes them a lot more vulnerable than their heftier cousins (hour-long dramas, two-hour movies, 300-page novels) to the ravages of editorial overprocessing.

    Nicholas Weinstock: Fears of a Clown

  • I despise Kodak cameras, most especially for their overprocessing tendencies.

    Kodak teams with Nokia in cross-licensing deal « Boy Genius Report

  • Since I finally had a chance to slow down a bit and process now that I am done with classes, internships, jobs, etc, I was able to resort to my normal state of overprocessing and overthinking EVERYTHING.

    30 days from today....

  • And really made me believe we could feed the world on a large scale without damaging the environment, overprocessing and treating animals with kindness.

    ::HorsePigCow:: marketing uncommon

  • Buried for overprocessing photos to a silly extent.

    digg.com: Stories / Popular

  • This resulted in overprocessing at very high pressures.

    Avenue Vine

  • Milk, published this month, explores how "Nature's Perfect Food" became all-pervasive in North American diets, leading to the practice of overbreeding cows and overprocessing food.

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  • You can throw everything in and not worry about overprocessing the chickpeas although I’d finely chop the herbage and add it separately otherwise you’ll end up with green juice.

    Recipe of the Day: Falafel - Bitten Blog - NYTimes.com

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