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The apples will have great crunchiness, lots of taste, and a good size.
5-7 The purpose of this study was to propose different methodologies for assessing the feelings of brittleness, crunchiness and melting in the mouth upon chewing tablets formulated with polyols.
This new winter Cameo promotional platform helps retailers drive sales by communicating the outstanding crunchiness and flavor of this variety to shoppers.
The wafers come in two flavours, beetroot & shallot and carrot & cumin, and took more than two years to develop, because of difficulties retaining the crunchiness of a cracker with a high vegetable content.
The level of background noise affects both the intensity of flavour and the perceived crunchiness of foods, researchers have found.
Coated cereal pops containing fructose and polydextrose can provide a high fibre content, a 30% sugar reduction and high quality sweetening, while leaving taste, crunchiness or gloss unaffected.
A delicately creamy, and perfectly smooth gelato experience coupled with powdered hazelnuts, detectable in silky flavour but never with crunchiness and without that artificial sweetener aftertaste.
The Corn Chips as he walks along the pavement begin to accumulate in his gut into a knotted muchness, a little ball of acid, and yet he cannot resist putting just one more into his mouth, to feel its warped salty edges, its virgin crunchiness, on his tongue, between his teeth, among these salivating membranes" (Rabbit at Rest 328).
Speaking about the RSC's financial performance, Mr Boyd said: "We are not yet showing any signs of credit crunchiness.
It is a variation on a classic almond tart, but by adding fragrant flavours of orange and the crunchiness of toasted pine nuts it adds a fairly substantial twist to what is already a wonderful dessert.
The decapitation remains, minus about 75 percent of the crunchiness.