How To Use Juice In A Sentence

  • Place in a shallow dish and squeeze over lemon juice, then drizzle over oil.
  • Virtually everyone in the sport suspected that he was on the juice.
  • To the cold syrup add the extracted juice and mix by stirring.
  • Squatting down, Trent poured rum and squeezed orange juice into the cups.
  • The food at this stage is called chyme; it is an acid and soup-like fluid -- acid through the influence of the gastric juice. Text Book of Biology, Part 1: Vertebrata
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  • Once the juice has cooled, remove the flavourings and sweeten to taste.
  • She bought bread and orange juice and cornflakes and porridge.
  • Its the same method, the only veg is the sweet potato and onion and the spice is ginger only, but at the end, after blending you add (heavy) cream, tamari, maple syrup and lime juice. Chipotle sweet potato soup | Homesick Texan
  • The patrons' tables are constantly resupplied with clear, cool, tart pomegranate juice and hot, flat white bread extracted with long-handled wooden spatulas from the ovens through openings in the walls.
  • The fruit of the fig is about as big as a rounceval pea, or very small gooseberry; and each of them, upon breaking off the stalk very close, produces one drop of a milky liquor, resembling the juice of our figs, of which the tree is indeed a species. A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels — Volume 13
  • Wash the raspberries and blend with the syrup and lemon juice. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sprinkle with lemon juice and serve at once. Times, Sunday Times
  • Bring the caster sugar and 500 ml of water to the boil in a medium saucepan, then add the lemon juice, stem ginger, star anise and the vanilla pod.
  • Once set, pour on the final layer of juice and refreeze. The Sun
  • Ballymaloe take a more seasonal approach to things by using redcurrant rather than lemon juice, made by simmering a couple of punnets of the astringent little fruits with water, and then pushing them through a sieve. How to make perfect strawberry jam
  • Cheaper jet fuel means we save money by flying to Florida with enough go-juice to make it both ways. undefined
  • To swell into the hammer-swinging hardhat who loomed in the parlor sipping vodka and orange juice, hurling brickbat words and scraps of heart shrapnel at my mother, sister and me. 1997: What I Wanted
  • The concentrated juice of the bitter cassava, under the name of cassareep, forms the basis of the West India dish, "pepper pot. The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom Considered in Their Various Uses to Man and in Their Relation to the Arts and Manufactures; Forming a Practical Treatise & Handbook of Reference for the Colonist, Manufacturer, Merchant, and Consumer, o
  • Wash the raspberries and blend with the syrup and lemon juice. Times, Sunday Times
  • Stir in the parsley and lemon zest and juice. The Sun
  • The folks behind nearby cow juice-friendly club night Milk debut their new monthly venture Laid this Wednesday and, in keeping with the bar's theme and their own dairy fetish, White Russians are on special offer, along with various other made-to-order milky concoctions. Clubs picks of the week
  • Skim the fat from pan juices, and reduce the drippings by boiling them down to a delicious sauce.
  • Their vices and their virtues and their music, and their greed and their fairyism and their militarism, all seem to have been roasted in a hurry, and to contain, like red meat, the natural juices to an extent that seems to us excessive. This Is the End
  • Let's see more baked potatoes and lentil soup on school menus, fruit juices being promoted instead of branded fizzy drinks.
  • The juice from the berries stained their fingers red.
  • And yet ever so simple, just hard-boiled eggs soaked overnight in beet juice. Archive 2005-03-01
  • My story led to an excited chairwoman phoning me to offer me proof that the story of the wedding at Cana had been mistranslated for years, and that her belief was that the story involved Jesus transforming water into grape juice.
  • Solomon himself impersonated the phallic god Baal-Rimmon, "Lord of the Pomegranate," when he was united with his divine bride, the mysterious Shulamite, and drank the juice of her pomegranate Song of Solomon 8:2. Archive 2008-03-01
  • He swilled the juice around in his glass.
  • Lemon juice can help to prevent economy-class syndrome by improving blood circulation.
  • I'll have tomato juice, waffles, scrambled eggs and tea.
  • These guys are easy to spot when they are on the juice because if you get a good look at their eyes at the start line their pupils are as big as dinner plates!
  • For each mojito we use the juice from one whole lime - and a little of that green skin.
  • You'd think vacations would be no-brainers - opportunities to get paid for not working, spending time with family or friends, and recharging creative juices.
  • We have apple juice and cranberry juice.
  • I signed the word for juice on his cheek, curving my thumb and forefinger into the shape of the letter C and tracing the movement slowly across his skin.
  • During the day I drink only mineral water, fresh fruit juice, coffee or tea.
  • Blend together the arrowroot and one tablespoon of the orange juice and set aside.
  • I don't drink any alcohol but I love papaya juice and drink tons of mineral water.
  • My creative juices boil at the prospect of national stardom.
  • You can deodorise your refrigerator, garbage bin and compost bucket by washing them out with a litre of water, to which has been added one teaspoon of lemon juice.
  • I followed my cousin's instructions and put a combination of peroxide, lemon juice and Sun-In through my black hair.
  • For this recipe you need the juice of two lemons.
  • “There is still room to change at the small scale,” said an AIDS activist, sipping juice in a teashop. Global Voices in English » Myanmar: New policy requires HIV groups to register
  • Add cordial and lemon juice. Times, Sunday Times
  • The all-natural cola, with ingredients such as kola nut, lemon juice, licorice and caramel-sugar syrup, will roll out first in Las Vegas in June. Ad Track: Starbucks splash stick says no to sploshing
  • I usually strain the juice off the pineapple and use it in another recipe.
  • Behind the dish's overwhelming dose of lime juice, the broth was tinny and under-salted and left an unpleasant, lingering taste that I associate with the pre-prepared garlic paste you buy in jars.
  • You'll get delicate, herb-infused fish steamed gently in their own juices.
  • The significance of platelet activating factor in the gastric juice of healthy humans is still difficult to analyse.
  • ‘You must have drunk a lot of orange juice,’ he said, implying I would have been safer with turps.
  • More daring is the Japanese Juggler, which has white rum with chopped pineapple, orange, pineapple, and grape juice with coconut cream.
  • Ten minutes in a playground and the jumper would be off, polished shoes scuffed and shorts stained with apple juice. The Sun
  • The Maschio Prime Arance, made from the juice and pulp of Italian oranges, is like biting into an orange with a kick.
  • Fully plump, after indulging in a complete Jamaican breakfast on the plane: ackee, saltfish, coco-bread and plantain chips something I would definitely not recommend before doing on-camera work at a lingerie show, I landed in Kingston ready to "dutty wiiine" it up--or at least relax and make a quick stop at the delectable Manley Airport veggie juice bar for a healthy detox. Chie Davis: Kingston Lingerie and Swimwear Fashion Show
  • The bag lunch itself is nutritious, sufficient, if not very inspiring: a sandwich, some juice, a dessert snack or piece of fruit.
  • Dress with the lemon juice, a good slug of olive oil and season with the salt and pepper. Times, Sunday Times
  • Washed spodium (tutty?) mixed with grease, and not of a thinner consistence than dough, is to be carefully triturated, and moistened with the juice of unripe raisins; and having dried in the sun, moisten until it is of the consistence of an ointment. On Regimen In Acute Diseases
  • Squeeze over the juice of half one lemon and finish with the second tablespoon of olive oil. Times, Sunday Times
  • Mix equal parts apple juice and sparkling ginger ale and add a dash of elderflower cordial. Times, Sunday Times
  • Count Robert had taken a single, indeed, but a deep draught, was more potent than the delicate and high-flavoured juice of the Gascogne grape, to which he was accustomed; at any rate, it seemed to him that, from the time he felt that he had slept, daylight ought to have been broad in his chamber when he awaked, and yet it was still darkness almost palpable. Count Robert of Paris
  • As a healthier alternative to refined white sugar, I chose granulated cane juice, which has not been stripped of all its nutrients.
  • Sam tells him to just stop talking before turning to contemplate the four gallons of go-juice sitting in the Impala's trunk ... then he quietly asks Dean not to watch. chron.com Chronicle
  • Had a huge brunch (kumara latkes, venison and whiskey sausages, liver and onions, poached egg and apple juice) and now I'm digesting in the sunshine.
  • Take two shots of Havana Club light three-year-old rum, half a shot of freshly squeezed lime juice, a teaspoon of sugar and an eighth of maraschino liqueur.
  • Add tomato juice and wine to the vegetables, simmer for a few minutes then add the tomato and capers. Times, Sunday Times
  • Do you like orange juice?
  • Season them with salt, cayenne pepper, the juice of half a lemon and enough olive oil to coat them. Times, Sunday Times
  • To make the tabbouleh, prepare the burghul or couscous by soaking it in the lemon juice.
  • Fry until they are golden and sizzling, then return the chicken, its aromatics and juices to the pan.
  • This diagnostic vacuum is fundamental and may pose important questions at the current concept of reflux of gastric juice as a common cause of laryngopharyngeal inflammation.
  • He liked homemade carrot juice, nutty sunflower pate, roast jicama with a little balsamic vinegar, organic multigrain bread, and cholesterol-free egg substitute.
  • “We have also fair and large baths, of several mixtures, for the cure of diseases, and the restoring of man’s body from arefaction: 1 and others for the confirming of it in strength of sinewes, vital parts, and the very juice and substance of the body. Paras 60-91
  • In one household he gustily ate the breakfast chilaquiles, guzzled juice, and jumped at the chance for second helpings.
  • The basis of this drink is orange juice.
  • When gum infection causes periodontosis , drinkable mix juice with carrot cabbage patch, can supply many vitamin C for human body not only, return OK and clean oral cavity at the same time.
  • In various European countries wine vinegar is in general use and is made by acetification of the juice of grapes. Human Foods and Their Nutritive Value
  • My friend who was staying last night likes to add mint and lemon juice; I sometimes add redcurrants for a stronger colour.
  • A lifelong yoga addict and juice faster, she was always underweight, a non-smoker and a healthy eater. MeiMei Fox: Barbra Streisand Takes the Stage for Women and Heart Disease
  • The spiderwort is a flower whose juice is used for painting the silks before they're masked with starch and then dyed. Memoirs of a Geisha
  • Sauce: Heaping containerful Dijon Mustard (I misused intact caryopsis condiment) 2 tablespoons canola oil 2 tablespoons vinegar and citrus Garlic of garlic pauses Litter containerful (if you can not use honey) Seasoner and assail Impertinent Abandon, yellowness juice Preserved almonds gently; One-third cup slivered almonds Teaspoon canola oil Teaspoon abolitionist dulcify Compound: 1. UH Watch
  • Place the dried flesh in a food processor and add the lemon juice, yoghurt, dill and oil.
  • A positive correlation was observed between the gastric juice ammonium and severity of gastritis.
  • The Cuban-born player then had the audacity to claim in a tell-all book that most professional baseballs players are on the juice.
  • Last time James had stomach problems after drinking too much orange juice.
  • In the outland beyond the city people naturally have stocks on hand, because you never know when the weather will take down your juice and you'll be stuck in the house in February behind four-foot drifts with no phone and no lights.
  • She smiled at his playfulness and bit into an apple, tonguing a bit of sweet juice that threatened to run down the side of her lip.
  • This is a specialized type of juicer since normal fruit and vegetable juicers will not juice wheatgrass.
  • Cider in the US is defined as unfermented, unfiltered apple juice.
  • He went to the kitchen and drank orange juice out of a jar in the refrigerator.
  • One tomato juice and one soup, please.
  • If you want to cut calories and sugar, just serve the mango with lime juice. Times, Sunday Times
  • Pineapple: fresh ripe pineapple is rich in bromelin, a proteolytic protein-digesting enzyme; bromelin literally ‘digests’ dead and diseased cells and foreign microbes in the throat; cut pineapple into cubes, chew well, and let juice dribble down throat, but spit out the pulp; or gargle with the freshly extracted juice of ripe pineapple, and spit it out. The Tao of Health, Sex and Longevity
  • These filters are normally used to clarify the products of settled grape juice or wine, such as lees after crushing, pressing, and settling, and the residue of finings such as bentonite.
  • The juice extracted from the leaves is used as dewormer (1 to 2 kg of leaves) and to treat Newcastle Disease in poultry. Chapter 9
  • They are attenuating and deobstruent, consequently of service in disorders arising from a languid circulation, a viscidity of the juices, a lax fibre, and obstructed viscera. Travels through France and Italy
  • That includes peppermint (keep the candy canes on the trees and out of your mouth), caffeine, garlic, onions, and such acidic foods as orange juice and tomatoes.
  • Squeeze over the last of the lemon juice and garnish with reserved parsley. Times, Sunday Times
  • Vogue was feeling peckish, so had a couple of mini croissants and an orange juice. The Sun
  • Add the lentils, broth, tomatoes and their juice, water, bay leaf, black pepper and salt.
  • A day in advance, put the citrus zests, juice, sherry and brandy in a bowl to soak.
  • So, try wholemeal rather than white bread and fruit juice as opposed to squash.
  • Serve immediately with lots of fresh bread to mop up the spicy juices, or with new potatoes.
  • Consumers Union criticized the FDA for using antiquated and insensitive laboratory techniques that could not measure Alar below 500 parts per billion ppb, stating in Consumer Reports: "Looking for daminozide [Alar's a trade name] in apple juice with PAM II [the test method used by FDA] is like trying to catch speeders with a radar gun that doesn't work for speeds under 100 mph. Wendy Gordon: The True Alar Story III
  • Because the little wells trap in moisture, the burgers don't get any kind of sear on them-they more or less steam in their own juices-but for sliders, that's not a particularly bad thing. A Hamburger Today
  • Heat gently to dissolve the sugar in the lime juice. Times, Sunday Times
  • They are squeezed and pasteurized and, if they are not bound for frozen concentrate, are kept in aseptic storage, which involves stripping the juice of oxygen in a process called "deaeration," and kept in million-gallon tanks for up to a year. ABC News: Top Stories
  • Propped up on the orange juice jug in front of her was a thin, trashy romance novel.
  • I'll also have a cup of tea and a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice. The Sun
  • With the flavours intensifying as the food simultaneously steams and roasts, and no juices lost or boiled away, the end result is bags of flavour (sorry).
  • Plus, after a gruelling few days the creative juices were a little slack.
  • He treated his scorbutic patients with a mixture of plant and vegetable juices made from water cress, brooklime, scurvy grass, all herbs rich in ascorbic acid.
  • Such unthrifty Shih Tzu puppies may respond positively to a few milliliters of raw liver juice fed daily for their first few weeks.
  • (glycogenic function of the liver, the consumption of glycogen through work of the muscles, the discovery of vascular nerves, the chemistry of the bile and the urine, theory of diabetes mellitus, assimiliation of sugar, atrophy of the pancreas, the power of the pancreatic juice to digest albumen, and the theory of animal heat). The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman
  • Another phytochemical, betacryptoxanthin, is found in orange juice, tangerines, papayas, peaches and mangoes.
  • Not only are they drinking, but throwing back their heads so the water or juice and go down flowingly.
  • Cranberry juice is often recommended to acidify the urine and discourage development of stones.
  • Mop up turkey juices with a paper towel, then use an antibacterial cleanser to wash down the counter and sink.
  • 'Here you go.' Callum handed her a glass of orange juice.
  • The villagers showed us how they collect lontar palm juice, and distill it into an alcoholic drink either fine or rough, sold cheaply in the market for local consumption.
  • You make wine by leaving grape juice to ferment until all the sugar has turned to alcohol.
  • After that, you just mix the pineapple gunk with the sugar syrup, the milk and lemon juice and put in the fridge.
  • They do have some local beers and whisky and a range of soft drinks and juices, however.
  • Whisk together greek yoghurt, tahini, lemon juice, crushed garlic and enough water to make a pourable sauce. Times, Sunday Times
  • To make citron presse, dilute fresh lemon juice with water and add sugar.
  • Halfway through, remove the pan from the oven and spoon over the juices to baste the tomatoes.
  • How to use it Add the pith and rind when making a smoothie or juice. Times, Sunday Times
  • Meanwhile, to ferment the brew, old tribal women masticate more manioc and spit the juice into a bowl.
  • If you like, include individually wrapped, reduced-fat string cheese for calcium or substitute fruit juice for the dried fruit.
  • Try using lemon juice to remove tobacco stains from your fingers. Understanding Cancer
  • This recipe is reminiscent of the classic Mexican pork loin roasted with orange juice. Pork Chops with Tamarind Orange Glaze: Chuletas de Puerco con Tamarindo y Naranja
  • Add chili sauce and lime juice and continue simmering, stirring frequently, until sauce thickens, 8 to 10 minutes.
  • Molasses Molasses, which is called treacle in the United Kingdom, is generally defined as the syrup left over in cane sugar processing after the readily crystallizable sucrose has been removed from the boiled juice. On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen
  • Add a few drops of lime juice.
  • IF I wanted to "brighten" up my pesto a bit I would stick it back in my food processor and add a bit more lime juice I love the brightness of lime juice in pesto and that's it. How to Freeze Fresh Basil
  • This gland secretes digestive juices that help in breaking down foods.
  • The creative juices were flowing in Hacketstown recently as the town's young people looked to their own town for inspiration.
  • The fact that you don't need an electrical appliance to extract juice from a watermelon also comes as a blessing for these vendors.
  • Not five minutes later, her neighbor was over toting croissants, bagels, and a carafe of orange juice.
  • As soon as you get home take some ibuprofen with a large glass of fresh orange juice. Times, Sunday Times
  • Leiths use pineapple juice in their marinade, which contains bromelain, an enzyme well known for its tenderising effect on meat, but, although this does work, I'm not keen on the slightly tropical flavour it gives the ribs. How to cook perfect barbecue ribs
  • Would you like some tomato juice?
  • Fresh water shrimp as material is enzymolyzed to produce shrimp juice and soap powder as seasoning.
  • Concord grape juice has the highest total antioxidant level of any fruit, vegetable or juice tested.
  • Now pubs stock a wide range of soft drinks varying from the traditional fizzy drinks to exotic fruit juices like cranberry, mango and passion-fruit.
  • Because cranberry juice can cure a bladder infection, right? The Sun
  • He collected some orange juice from the refrigerator and, glass in hand, strolled to the kitchen window.
  • Mash and strain ripe pokeberries; to each pint of juice put a pound of sugar; boil them together till it becomes a jelly; when cold put it in Domestic Cookery, Useful Receipts, and Hints to Young Housekeepers
  • Slice the cheeks off the mango, dice and season with lime juice. Times, Sunday Times
  • Zest two oranges over the rhubarb and squeeze the juice from all three. Times, Sunday Times
  • But when the matter which fills the stomach can be regarded neither as an aliment, that is, as proper to be assimilated, nor as a tonic stimulating the nerves, the cessation of hunger is probably owing only to the secretion of the gastric juice. Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America
  • How extraordinary is obvious when Leiser discusses his triumphs over a glass of cranberry juice.
  • Add the apples, lemon zest, lemon juice, vanilla, black pepper, nutmeg, salt, and cinnamon and sauté until tender, about 10 minutes.
  • Add lemon juice and enough boiling water to cover completely.
  • The ball was a deep sepia, veneered with dirt and turf and generational sweat—it was old, bunged up, it was bashed and tobacco-juiced and stained by natural processes and by the lives behind it, weather-spattered and charactered as a seafront house. Underworld
  • Add the juice from the cooked meat to the gravy. A Passion for Food
  • Add the mix to the hot juice and stir until the gelatine has dissolved. The Sun
  • First there was a trio of juices to choose from: jugo de avena con limon, an oatmeal-based drink with lemon; morir sonando, an Orange Julius-like drink that roughly means "to die dreaming"; and a passion fruit juice. After Dark, New Worlds
  • She drank two whole glassfuls of orange juice.
  • Soak tamarind in 1 ½ cups of water, squeeze well and strain the juice.
  • A man crouched in the shadows to monitor the flow of juice. Indian Balm - Travels in the Southern Subcontinent
  • The mayonnaise that binds the salad gets extra verve from lemon juice and dijon mustard. Times, Sunday Times
  • Keep in mind, too, that most commercial soy milks, especially the fortified ones, contain added salt and sweeteners (cane juice, usually) and are thickened with carrageenan (extracted from seaweed).
  • Add a little lemon juice to give the pasta a cool, clean taste.
  • If you give your baby juice, dilute it well with cooled, boiled water.
  • A few glasses of the juice quenches thirst and satisfies hunger, said Elis.
  • The juice of lemons and oranges are antiscorbutics never enough to be commended.
  • Mix the wine vinegar and honey together and stir it into the juice. Times, Sunday Times
  • Do you think drinking calcium fortified beverages like soy drinks and orange juice will meet your bones 'requirements," asks the new site, selling against healthful beverages instead of the soft drinks NDB and FMB say they are against. Can In-Class Huckstering Make Milk Drinking Cool?
  • The sensitive plant is too vulgar an allusion; but if the truth of modern naturalists may be depended upon, there is a plant which, instead of receding timidly from the intrusive touch, angrily protrudes its venomous juices upon all who presume to meddle with it: – do not you think this plant would be your fittest emblem? Letters for Literary Ladies: To Which is Added, An Essay on the Noble Science of Self-Justification
  • We bought a lot of oranges, to have freshly squeezed juice in the mornings.
  • -- The following is considered a most valuable preparation: Take of extract of yellow Peruvian bark, fifteen grains; extract of rhatany root, eight grains; extract of burdoch root and oil of nutmegs (fixed), of each two drachms; camphor (dissolve with spirits of wine), fifteen grains; beef marrow, two ounces; best olive oil, one ounce; citron juice, half a drachm; aromatic essential oil, as much as sufficient to render it fragrant; mix and make into an ointment. Searchlights on Health: Light on Dark Corners A Complete Sexual Science and a Guide to Purity and Physical Manhood, Advice To Maiden, Wife, And Mother, Love, Courtship, And Marriage
  • Pizzas are grilled, and kebabs threaded with bread between the chunks of meat, to soak up their juices as they cook.
  • A "jugo" is a southeasterly wind on the Adriatic, but Zastava realized that "Jugo" might be pronounced jug-o in America, and it means "juice" in Spanish, so the J was changed to a Y. The Little Car That Couldn't
  • Volatile compounds in tomato juice have been detected by TCT-GC-MS from the concentrate juice using the methods of nanofiltration, freeze concentration, vacuum evaporation and ultrafiltration.
  • Add a seasoning of nutmeg, the orange juice and salt and pepper.
  • Add a few tablespoons of the fish cooking liquid and squeeze over the lemon juice. Times, Sunday Times
  • The region's three three top spellers went head-to-head for four more rounds until Wyoming Seminary seventh-grader Benjamin Hornung was done in by "sorghum" - a type of grass or a syrup from the juice of a sorgo. Times Leader News
  • To make it go down more easily, she suggests mixing the tincture with a morning glass of orange juice.
  • At least they have the decency to sell headache tablets, orange juice, fizzy pop and complex carbohydrates as well.
  • TO MAKE JAPANESE-STYLE KATSU: Dredge thin seitan cutlets in wholewheat flour, shake; then coat in soured soymilk or nutmilk 1 cup either one with 1 Tbs. lemon juice added; then coat all over with "panko"-- Japanese breadcrumbs. LEMON, SAGE, ROSEMARY AND THYME JAM
  • At every vegetable market in North Africa, and now also in the south of France, there are stalls laden with huge piles of soft lemons, oozing with juice, next to several varieties of olives.
  • And toss in a barbie with kangaroo kebabs, plus healthy juices to drink.
  • Strain the cooking juices into a saucepan and boil to reduce by half.
  • Fry the meat first to seal in the juices.
  • The important notes of this classic dish should be caramelised apple and crumbly pasty, but instead, there was an unpleasant sharpness, which came from either burned sugar, or apples left in lemon juice too long, or both.
  • Cook the duck until the juices run pale yellow when the flesh is pierced.
  • Heat gently to dissolve the sugar in the lime juice. Times, Sunday Times
  • I drink water with a "smidge" of lemon juice and a bit of sweetener, usually stevia or splenda. Discussion Forum - TuDiabetes
  • Will was loved for his vivid colors, the creation colors of the Edenlike islands, including the urinous mango-juice yellow, green from crushed hibiscus leaves, dusty purple from wild plum trees on Java, and a peculiar russet in his _Country Road_, _Kamuela_ was a pigment of red clay he had scraped from the very earth he had depicted. Beard
  • One day it would be noodles with garlic-butter sauce and a glass of pomegranate juice, the next it would be roasted grouse, bread, and a mug of sweetened milk.
  • Add the petit pois, orange juice and honey to the leeks. The Sun
  • Say you don't have buttermilk on hand, you should be able to click on an ingredient and be offered the option of using regular milk "clabbered" with vinegar or lemon juice. eat drink one woman
  • Deglaze with apple juice, vinegar, dashi, shoyu and add pork belly back to pan.
  • Add a dash of lemon juice.
  • Further changes in the proposed combined baryta-soda method for juice purification consist in using powdered soda carbonate 90-92°, upon beet cossettes as they leave the slicer, before entering the diffusor. Scientific American Supplement, No. 832, December 12, 1891
  • It also produces pancreatic juice, which is needed to digest food.
  • Do not, under any circumstances, place the juice in a jug, stopper the jug with a cork, and allow it to sit in a cool, dry place for eighteen to twenty-one days.
  • He referred in letters home, when he first got here in May of 1831, to what he called the stinking arrogance of Americans, the fact that halfway through a conversation with you they insist on, you know, spitting some long stream of tobacco juice into the corner of the room or that they'd shake hands with you as though they'd known you for 10 years, and so on and so on. Introduction Alexis de Tocqueville's Democracy in America
  • I actually love these juices in antiseptic packages, lychee, black currant, passionfruit. Nasty Fruit & Carrot Drink | A Veggie Venture

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