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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).
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macerated

Softened by prolonged contact with liquid.
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The Red Tomato team of sous chef Adam Rasburn and Margaret Ormondroyd delighted the audience with their roasted hake in parma ham with steamed clams and chorizo sausage, followed by macerated summer berries in mint and basil with a lavender sabayon or light custard.
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