cornstarch


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cornstarch

 [korn´stahrch]
see starch (def. 2).
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Although there were dramatic values for the 2 hTS, this can be attributed to the substantial amounts of hydrophilic components in the rice straw and cornstarch.
In a 2-quart glass bowl, mix together sugar, cornstarch and salt until well blended.
The use of USP cornstarch to facilitate donning and removing latex gloves dates back to the 1960s.
It is clear he wants to get the message out about the dangers of latex and cornstarch in medical devices.
In a saucepan, combine the cherries, cornstarch, water, and honey 8.
An ARS horticulturist has formulated a new gelling mixture, made primarily from cornstarch, that can be used successfully for tissue-culture of apples, pears, and raspberries.
1 tablespoon cornstarch 2 tablespoons cold water 1 egg 3 cups canned chicken broth 3 teaspoons chopped green onions
Made from cornstarch by American Excelsior in Arlington, Texas, they will disappear within seconds of getting wet.
1 pount shredded Swiss, Gruyere or Emmentaler cheese 2 teaspoons cornstarch 2 tablespoons cognac Freshly ground pepper Salt
Its biodegradable trash bag, called Eco-System I, is made from a mixture of cornstarch and polyethylene that decomposes within two to three years.
Combine water, cornstarch, lemon peel, juice and ginger.
Most producers choose the first two as raw materials; some with advanced technology prefer solid glucose instead of cornstarch.