quick-freezing love

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  • verb Present participle of quick-freeze.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The hands of the gloveless froze to their rifles, causing strips of skin to pull away, revealing quick-freezing blood.

    Sealing Their Fate

  • Achatz even collaborated with lab equipment manufacturer PolyScience to develop the quick-freezing Anti-Griddle.

    Cooking Technology

  • Achatz even collaborated with lab equipment manufacturer PolyScience to develop the quick-freezing Anti-Griddle.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Because the alternative cure -- several sessions of quick-freezing the harmful cells with a dry-ice spray -- was too time-consuming to be practical when a dermatologist is being forced by economic considerations (and the kindness of his heart) to see over a hundred Medicaid patients in one afternoon.

    Second Opinion: Having skin cancer on Medicaid sucks eggs

  • He discovered this after observing Inuit quick-freezing fish in Canada.

    Cold Comfort For Unilever

  • Chefs are adopting new methods not just because they are adventurous, but because things like sous vide cooking (in a bag under pressure), foam siphons (nitrous oxide-filled whipped-cream dispensers) and anti-griddles (quick-freezing surfaces) make it possible to produce fascinating sensory delights that couldn't have been created just a few years ago.

    The Seattle Times

  • The next winter was the coldest on record in Wyoming, so cold that the town's water mains began freezing, sending floods of quick-freezing water into the streets.

    Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post

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