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Sweet

(swēt),
Robert Douglas, 20th-century English dermatologist. See: Sweet disease.

sweet

[AS. swete, sweet]
1. Pleasing to the taste or smell. See: taste
2. Containing or derived from sugar.
3. Free from excess of acid, sulfur, or corrosive salts.
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Adding to the sweetness is a dance performed by artists in traditional attire, and Emirates crew dressed in uniform join in on the fun.
BLOCKS THE TASTEBUDS THAT DETECT ACIDITY AND SENSITIZES THOSE THAT DETECT SWEETNESS
| Los Gansos Chilean Gewurztraminer 2017, Chile, PS6.99, Aldi ENHANCED by a beguiling bouquet of lychee and rose petals, and just the right touch of floral sweetness, there's an aromatic freshness to the apricot and lychee fruit.
The key is that the sweetness needs to be balanced by acidity.
The sweetener mimics sugar in taste and sweetness. It is heat-stable (you can bake, cook and brew with it) and has zero calories.
The amount of sugars and malic acid in each variety determines the balance of sweetness and tartness in the fruit.
The sweetness of the blueberries blended with acai was very refreshing.
by Courtesy of Artipot The savoury and saltiness of the soy sauce enhances the sweetness of the ice cream.
EverSweet is brewed to produce large quantities of the most sought-after sweetness ingredients found in the stevia leaf, Reb M and Reb D.
The sweetness of a perfectly ripe, juicy strawb is hard to beat - plus, as well as being packed full of vitamin C (just seven strawberries provides the recommended daily amount), they're one of those foods that always feel like a treat.
MULTAN -- Agriculture experts said on Tuesday that mangoes becomes ready for harvest when its sweetness reaches 10-12 degree Brix.
This syrup has the taste like the table sugar infect it has the more sweetness than the simple sugar.