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granulate

[′gran·yə‚lāt]
(chemistry)
To form or crystallize into grains, granules, or small masses.
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The CR G membranes have white reflective minerals on the surface and can be installed using standard granulated cap sheet installation methods, it said.
According to Cargill Salt Food Application Specialist, Julie Schuette, This roughness helps it stick better to the surface of fried foods, whereas regular granulated salt is more likely to bounce off foods when its applied.
ConcenTrace AC Granulated is a complex of more than 72 ionic trace minerals that has been harvested, concentrated, dehydrated and then put through a proprietary granulation process to create a 40 mesh size particle that can be conveniently used to fortify any food, beverage or supplement.
Education and Science do not properly respond to the proposal to introduce granulated poultry manure and do not provide the Prime
The plant will have a capacity of receiving, processing and granulating 11,000 tonnes per day of liquid sulphur from Habshan gas plants and also includes storage of liquid sulphur and granulated sulphur, blocking, rail car loading and generation of required utilities.
Liquid sulphur produced at the Shah and Habshan Processing Plants will be transported via pipelines to the Shah and Habshan Granule Plants to be granulated and loaded into railcars.
Then dust with some of the remaining granulated sugar to ensure an even coating.
Heat 2 tablespoons water with remaining 1/4 cup granulated sugar in a nonstick small pot.
Made from a colorful, durable plastic, Domino's Granulated Canister is also practical.
It is for people who are looking to reduce their calorie intake but want the same look and taste as granulated sugar," said a Tate & Lyle spokeswoman.
For the sponge: Place the eggs and Golden Granulated sugar in a bowl.
Sugarshots White is a liquid cane sugar that offers a clean, sweet taste and can be substituted for granulated "white" sugar in any beverage.