sachet


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sachet

(sa-shā′) [Fr. sachet, little sack]
Any material, e.g., paper, foil, or plastic, used to package doses of medication.
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I discovered the majority of plant food sachets are just a basic hydration solution with added sugars.
Frank Buehler is the product manager for stick pack and sachet systems solutions, Bosch Packaging Systems AG, based in Waiblingen, Germany.
This water transported in tankers is of questionable quality hence is mostly used for household activities while sachet water believed to be pipe-borne water that has undergone further treatment is relied upon by many residents for the purposes of drinking.
Lavender sachets are practical and can last for years; a periodic crushing in your hand will help re-release the lavender scent.
Eight of these dogs ate the bait, and another 6 ruptured the plastic sachet.
There wasnOt much of a smell while they were cooking and, even though they had more herbs in the sauce sachet than the others, they werenOt very flavoursome.
Try making your own sachet with a fragrant plant or tree, such as bay laurel.
On arrival at the vast building site, the foreman handed Taniguchi a dozen or so tiny transparent sachets - each containing a cementous powder in a different shade of grey.
For Seasoning Sachet, make a cheesecloth bag filled with parsley stems, 10 thyme sprigs, peppercorns, bay leaf, cloves and garlic and tie with kitchen twine.