macerated


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macerated

adjective Referring to a tissue—especially skin—that is moist, soft and in a state of deterioration (usually for a prolonged period of time).

macerated

Softened by prolonged contact with liquid.
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Mandarine Napoleon -- The liqueur is made at the Fourcroy Distillery in Brussels from Sicihan tangerines and the sun-drenched coast of Spain near Valencia, the peels of which arc macerated in fine spirits tor weeks to fully capture their essence.
Poppy scones with macerated strawberries Ingredients 2oz unsalted good quality Welsh butter 8oz self raising flour 1 teaspoon poppy seeds 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 oz golden caster sugar - pint milk ' pint double cream, whipped to a soft peak 1 punnet strawberries 1 table spoon sugar Method To macerate the strawberries, simply cut into halves and sprinkle with caster sugar.
Part of the herbarium material was macerated according to Jeffrey's technique (Jeffrey, 1917).
The estate-grown grapes were de-stemmed, crushed and briefly macerated for 16 hours to extract a pinky colour before the juice was drawn off.
For instance, macerated slop in the specimens stomach might identify prey.
Cheese on toast beats roast duck foie gras with macerated cheese hands down when you're six years old.
The tenderness rarely lasts long and can usually be remedied by chewing up some plantain or yellow dock and applying the macerated plant material to the affected site.
The wine has been macerated for 16 hours at a low temperature to produce a bright raspberry colour and tropical fruit aromas, according to the company.
Instead, he's mercilessly cribbed from his previous books, compressed key episodes, macerated major themes--and produced something terrific.
The food sample was macerated and 50ml of deionised water was added, allowed to stand and the supernatant portion used in the autosampler vial.