absorbent paper

absorbent paper

[əb′sȯr·bənt ′pā·pər]
(materials)
Paper capable of absorbing and holding liquids by the capillarity of the pores between or within the closely matted cellulosic fibers.
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Remove and set aside to drain on absorbent paper towels or paper, then place in preheated 300-degree oven to keep warm.
Pat dry with absorbent paper and prepare ready for stuffing.
Lay down several sheets of absorbent paper, (preferably not newspaper) one on top of the other, as your base to work on.
Patented was a compound web comprising at least two plies of absorbent paper and having a specific surface weight of 10-40 g/[m.
Blot it with absorbent paper towels with one piece in front and another behind.
Remove from the oil with a perforated spoon and place on absorbent paper to drain off any excess oil.
When golden brown, your fish is ready to drain on absorbent paper and serve.
Grow mustard and cress on absorbent paper on the windowsill - and in 14 days get a crop to spice up winter salads.
A century ago, physicists put out sheets of absorbent paper in showers to record raindrop size, and discovered a surprising variety.
Put 50 or 100 seeds on damp absorbent paper on a saucer and keep it moist and in a warm, dark place.
BenchGuard is a highly absorbent paper, ideal for protecting benches and surfaces against liquid spills.