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stringiness

The property of an adhesive that results in the formation of filaments or threads when the adhesive transfer surfaces are separated.
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The accompanying asparagus was beautifully cooked with no stringiness, but I because apparently it makes your pee stink (check it on Google
High moisture content in weak scallops could contribute to reports of stringiness on cooking.
Rheomer 33 provides great suspension and emulsion stabilization, while providing pleasing spreadability and a lack of stringiness.
This variety has established the gold standard by which to judge good rhubarb: large, fat stems, bright red skin, lack of stringiness, and a tart, apple-gooseberry flavor with a hint of lemon or grapefruit (depending on your soil).
For the past four years I've grown Achievement Merit from seed and they're delicious - long and thin with not a hint of stringiness.