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roast

[rōst]
(metallurgy)
To heat ore to effect some chemical change that will facilitate smelting.
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The more you buy at a time, the more money you'll save compared with roasted beans.
In their work, the researchers evaluated the chemical characteristics related to the antioxidant activity of roasted coffee, using non-roasted coffee beans and model Maillard reaction products (MRPs) as controls.
NUTRITIONAL COMPARISON ROASTED TURKEY TOFURKEY ROAST 4 ounces 4 ounces (meat and skin) 240 Calories 190 Calories 9 g Fat 5 g Fat 3 g Sat Fat 0 g Sat Fat 85 mg Cholesterol 0 mg Cholesterol 32 g Protein 26 g Protein Note: g = grams, mg = milligrams, Sat Fat = saturated fat Source: USDA Nutrient Data Laboratory and Turtle Island Foods
Peas with roasted onions and mint, and chipotle-Cheddar mashed potatoes -- sound wonderful too.
Slow roasted lamb shanks with chillies, one of the mouth-watering recipes from Sonia Stevenson's new book Roasts, published by Ryland Peters & Small, priced pounds 16.
For the vegetables, in a medium bowl, combine the beets, champagne vinegar, and olive oil and toss with some of the roasted beet vinaigrette.
Finally Wong reaches a conclusion: To keep peanuts tasting freshest, they must be roasted at about 149 [degrees] C (300 [degrees] F).
Coffee and cocoa have been roasted for ages to enhance and bring out the flavor of the beans.
With new McCormick Gourmet Collection roasted spices, it's easy to enjoy these richer aromas and more robust flavors - without the time and temperature guesswork involved when roasting spices.
com)-- Avita Coffee, a locally owned coffee company, is pleased to introduce their new fresh roasted gourmet coffees and espresso.
Transforming green coffee into roasted beans draws together art, science, tradition and innovation in an activity that can be performed on a stovetop or in an industrial factory.