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stringiness

[string′inəs]
an abnormal tissue texture caused by fine or stringlike myofascial structures.

stringiness,

n an abnormal texture of myofascial tissues; characterized by a stringy feeling.
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If green beans have gone stringy, they are still going to be stringy when you get them out of the freezer in a month's time.
Are effective with materials that are shear sensitive, high or low in viscosity, possess tacky or stringy characteristics, or have drifting viscosities due to limited pot life.
Higher amounts of lauryl sulfates may cause stringy flow whereas the higher amounts of laureth sulfate will not have optimized creaminess of the lather and may not build maximum viscosity.
Prepare them by topping and tailing and removing the stringy bits along both sides.
More delicate and often less stringy than runner beans, they are ideal as a hot accompaniment or lightly steamed and then cooled to add to salad Nicoise or mixedbean salad with vinaigrette.
Pull stringy types out of the water as best you can.
Pick the tall stringy leaves and put in a sealed jar filled with cooking oil for one month.
Soon I was able to extract some stringy dark stuff.
Using fresh ginger as an ingredient in foodservice or prepared food applications has traditionally been a challenge due to the difficulty in grating or dicing the tough and stringy ginger hand.
Meanwhile, Jonathan (Rafe Spall), who's engaged to Lucy's equally sensuous confidante Mina (Stephanie Leonidas), is dispatched to Transylvania to meet Dracula (Marc Warren), whom we first meet as an old panting geezer with long stringy hair, yellowing claws for fingernails and a predilection for sucking on photographs of pretty young things.
Peter Emjor from Nigeria, Africa, tried to stay calm as a stringy worm was pulled from his foot.