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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!).
a bit of stringiness. Its ripening period extends over a few weeks--perfect for the home garden, though less suitable for commercial production.
High moisture content in weak scallops could contribute to reports of stringiness on cooking.
We tended to use a lot of found materials--papers, plastics and things--and with this concept of decomposing, the "stringiness" of the characters started to evolve.
Rheomer 33 provides great suspension and emulsion stabilization, while providing pleasing spreadability and a lack of stringiness.
The cheese one should traditionally use for such a dish is Tomme Frache, a bouncy, delicately-flavoured fresh cow's milk cheese, but because you rarely see this outside the Auvergne, I've worked out that a combination of Caerphilly and mozzarella seems to do the trick both in terms of the lightly acidic flavour and of course the required stringiness! This recipe is the perfect way of using up those last few potatoes you may have left in the patch outside; the remaining handful of our amazing crop of Spunta potatoes went to make this dish last week.
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).