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string

(string),
A slender cord or cordlike structure.
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This includes the production of processed cheese - such as cheese on pizzas and cheese slices - to produce the right level of "melt" or "stringiness".
For the past four years I've grown Achievement Merit from seed and they're delicious - long and thin with not a hint of stringiness.
Stringhalt, also called stringiness or crampiness, is considered an unsoundness.
Using the instrument, stringiness, filament breakup time, and extensional viscosity can be quantified to quickly optimize fluid formulations.
Innovative attachments, including forward and back extrusion cells, craft knife blades and tensile grips, can be used to assess characteristics such as hardness, stickiness and stringiness.
These include the stringiness of mozzarella for pizzas, restricted melt, sharp flavor profiles and controlled browning.
They are looking at: the cheeses' chemical and physical makeup to learn how these properties relate to flavor; texture, such as chewiness and stringiness; and function, such as the ability to melt or be sliced.