Definition of Blanching

1. Verb. (present participle of blanch) ¹



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Definition of Blanching

1. blanch [v] - See also: blanch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blanching

blameworthy
blaming
blams
blanc fixe
blancard
blancards
blanch
blanch holding
blanch holdings
blanched
blanched almond
blanched almonds
blancher
blanchers
blanches
blanching (current term)
blanching agent
blanchingly
blancmange
blancmanger
blancmangers
blancmanges
blancmangey
blanco
blancoed
blancoing
blancos
bland
bland diet
bland embolism

Literary usage of Blanching

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1. Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London by Horticultural Society of London (1822)
"On the Advantages of blanching Garden Rhubarb for culinary Purposes. By THOMAS HARE, J7*^. FLSfyc. Assistant Secretary. Read May 7, 1816. ..."

2. A Text-book of Human Physiology by Austin Flint (1888)
"... proper and the excretion*—Physiological anatomy of the skin—Physiological anatomy of the nails—Physiological anatomy of the hairs—Sudden blanching of ..."

3. On diseases of the skin by Sir Erasmus Wilson (1852)
"blanching of the hair. 669. Under the term canities, I propose to describe whiteness of the hair, whether its production be congenital, or dependent upon ..."

4. The Physiology of Man: Designed to Represent the Existing State of by Austin Flint (1874)
"... of the hairs—Roots of the hairs, and hair-follicles—Structure of the hairs—Sudden blanching of the hair—Uses of the ..."

5. A Treatise on Food Conservation and the Art of Canning by Dona MacKenzie Snyder (1917)
"blanching and Cold Dipping blanching and cold dipping vegetables and fruits when ... The blanching must be done for the three following reasons: (1) It ..."

6. Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London by Horticultural Society of London (1822)
"On the Advantages of blanching Garden Rhubarb for culinary Purposes. By THOMAS HARE, J7*^. FLSfyc. Assistant Secretary. Read May 7, 1816. ..."

7. A Text-book of Human Physiology by Austin Flint (1888)
"... proper and the excretion*—Physiological anatomy of the skin—Physiological anatomy of the nails—Physiological anatomy of the hairs—Sudden blanching of ..."

8. On diseases of the skin by Sir Erasmus Wilson (1852)
"blanching of the hair. 669. Under the term canities, I propose to describe whiteness of the hair, whether its production be congenital, or dependent upon ..."

9. The Physiology of Man: Designed to Represent the Existing State of by Austin Flint (1874)
"... of the hairs—Roots of the hairs, and hair-follicles—Structure of the hairs—Sudden blanching of the hair—Uses of the ..."

10. A Treatise on Food Conservation and the Art of Canning by Dona MacKenzie Snyder (1917)
"blanching and Cold Dipping blanching and cold dipping vegetables and fruits when ... The blanching must be done for the three following reasons: (1) It ..."

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