juiciness

[ UK /d‍ʒˈuːsɪnˌɛs/ ]
NOUN
  1. a juicy appetizingness
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How To Use juiciness In A Sentence

  • The testers have a checklist which includes sear evenness, juiciness and chewiness. The Sun
  • Juiciness increases flavour, helps soften meat - making it easier to chew, and stimulates saliva production in the mouth.
  • Not only are oysters reportedly aphrodisiacal - Casanova famously feasted on them every day - they are a sensuous, zinc-rich texture food full of squelchy, salty juiciness.
  • Maybe then the metaphor "I am a thousand candles lighting the way" helps keep the juiciness of the purpose alive and resonant as it fuels their work.
  • The USDA bases each grade on the tenderness, juiciness and flavor of the meat.
  • The Gamay grape, according to a wine aficionado, is not particularly remarkable in itself; it was the freshness and juiciness of the new crop that made it something special.
  • Quality refers to the characteristics associated with tenderness, juiciness, and flavor of lean meat.
  • I have written several times about the juiciness and flavour to be found in grilled Persian meats and the fluffiness of the Basmati rice served on the side.
  • Marinades can be constructed to ensure that the product maintains juiciness and develops delicious au jus or gravy during the cooking process.
  • The chicken is soaked in brine for extra juiciness and de-boned for easy eating. Dish: Black Hainan Chicken Rice
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