farinaceous


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farinaceous

1. having a mealy texture or appearance
2. containing starch

farinaceous

[¦far·ə¦nā·shəs]
(biology)
Having a mealy surface covering.
(food engineering)
Containing starch or flour.
Having the texture of meal.
(geology)
Of a rock or sediment, having a texture that is mealy, soft, and friable, for example, a limestone or a pelagic ooze.
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It is important to know that few studies have determined vitreousness by manual dissection of the vitreous and farinaceous endosperm in corn hybrids, a methodology which enables the confident assignment of the real vitreousness pattern of a genotype (Davide, Ramalho, Figueiredo, & Souza, 2011; Osorio-Diaz et al.
Each waste was processed according to the flowchart in Figure 1 to obtain the farinaceous product, the 'peach palm fibrous flour', specified by F1, F2, F3 or F4, respectively.
2516350 Spreads; cocoa and chocolate-based drinks with added milk and other milk products; muesli preparations; prepared meals and snack foods; prepared foods and food products; pastry products; cereal based preparations and farinaceous products; ingredients for food; all included in Class 30.
Ensure your plates are hot as the noodles, like most farinaceous dishes, tend to cool quickly.
Macaroni, Noodles, Couscous: Manufacture of macaroni, noodles, couscous and similar farinaceous products (ISIC: 1544)
Pre-selection Supply Of Pasta, Couscous And Similar Farinaceous Products In Order To Provide Humanitarian Assistance Or Disaster Relief Of Natural Or Man-Made Disasters In 2016
2007; Lorenzi, 2009) and its farinaceous pulp is well appreciated by rural populations, fresh or in the form of jelly, liquor, cakes etc.
The following variables were analyzed: A) Pulp firmness: measured by Effe-GI penetrometer, 5/16 inch diameter, after collection of a small portion of epidermis, with two readings in each hemisphere (right and left), with results expressed in Newtons (N); B) Loss of fresh mass: samples were weighed on a Toledo-computagram scale, and the results were expressed as a percentage of fresh mass loss in relation to the initial mass of the fruits at harvest time; C) Juice content (incidence of woolliness or leatheriness): determined subjectively by pressing fruits between fingers and direct visualization, presence or lack of juice, and/or farinaceous juice.
The collection point was established when the kernels on the cob appeared to be between the pasty and the farinaceous stage.
Industrialisation of plantain and cassava may serve as intervention programmes to reduce importation of wheat and other related farinaceous products in Nigeria.
983170 Flour and preparations made from cereals; bread, breadcrumbs, baker's products; pastry and confectionery, biscuits, petit-beurre biscuits; farinaceous foods, dietetic farinaceous foods; thickening agents for cooking foodstuffs; yeast, baking-powder; all included in Class 30.