saltine

[ UK /sˈɒltiːn/ ]
NOUN
  1. a cracker sprinkled with salt before baking
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How To Use saltine In A Sentence

  • For instance, a little sourness from lime or lemon juice in a stir-fry will emphasise saltiness and reduce the amount of salt required.
  • So guilt would have been irrational as I enjoyed the chef's artful crossruff of textures -- the chewy puffin playing against the more brittle sunchoke and hazelnuts, with an overall sea-saltiness prevailing amid the Gallic refinement of the sauce. Icelandic Dining After the Collapse
  • Gu. an inescutcheon arg. between D escallop shells in saltine or. A History of Caroline County, Virginia
  • self-parody and saltiness riddled their core genre
  • For instance, a little sourness from lime or lemon juice in a stir-fry will emphasise saltiness and reduce the amount of salt required.
  • Self - parody and saltiness riddled their core genre.
  • If your appetite is gone, simply sip water and nibble on saltines for awhile until you feel like eating again.
  • saltiness" to the dish, so you can use less of the real stuff. doggdot.us
  • Once you start eating a bunch of saltines, you're not only parched, but you've instantly got a ball of paste in your mouth that takes lots of chewing to ingest.
  • Saltiness in foods high in umami neutralizes the bitter or metallic tastes in the wine you drink with these foods.
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