seed cake

NOUN
  1. a sweet cake flavored with sesame or caraway seeds and lemon
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How To Use seed cake In A Sentence

  • He'd like Mrs Peters and her seed cake.
  • Materials such as cottonseed cake which are prepared from seeds known to contain toxic substances (gossypol in the case of cottonseed), should be tested to ensure that they are of acceptably low toxicity for inclusion in feeds for the class of animals for which they are intended. Chapter 7
  • He always has an elevenses of seed cake and Madeira, and his favourite restaurant is Sweetings in the City.
  • The cheapness proteins, brewers dried grains and cotton seed cake as well as rapeseed cake, were used as foodstuff for Ctenopharyngodon idellus. It was compared with fish meal and bean cake.
  • Crushing its seeds provides oil which, besides being edible, is used for making soap; the residue from oil extraction makes nutritious seed cake for cattle. Did You Know? Mexico's kapok trees aided the U.S. war effort
  • Thus, the mash or seed cake that remains after the oil is pressed out can be used as animal feed.
  • Liveweight gain obtained by supplementing different quantities of ammoniated straw with cottonseed cake is shown in the following table. Chapter 6
  • It became an alternative to rosewater, particularly in rich seed cakes, almond cakes and biscuits, and dessert creams.
  • Jatropha requires no pesticides, Mr. Samake said, little water other than rain and no fertilizer beyond the nutrient-rich seed cake left after oil is pressed from its nuts.
  • The best nutrition supply was basic substratum mixed with rapeseed cake liquid.
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