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crunchy

mod. [of someone] loving nature, plants, and animals. (The type of person who lives on granola.) He’s such a crunchy guy, always saving whales and trees.
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A mouthful gives you a taste of bitterness from the yuzu, sweetness from the sauce, spiciness and crunchiness from the peanut brittle and the slight hint of spice from the ginger.
It was right to hide: it had been billed as grilled, but any crunchiness had been boiled or steamed away; it had no more colour than the sad fish beside it.
And growers are promising shoppers a crop with "great crunchiness and lots of taste" across the board.
They're golden, gorgeous looking and generously cut so each chip makes a proper mouthful with that perfect contrast of outer crunchiness and inner fluffiness.
The crunchiness comes in when the fish is dipped in egg whites and coated in panko breadcrumbs (everyone's favorite breadcrumb these days).
Every mouthful needs to have a rich combination of softness, crunchiness, sweetness, saltiness and tartness.
The trick to this side dish is to avoid over-wilting the greens; a little crunchiness adds texture.
It's essentially a disc of sweetened shortcrust pastry, filled with a fragrant almond frangipane and sliced figs, simply folded over, pleated loosely, glazed and baked to a golden crunchiness.
The chocolate, the nuts and just the right amount of crunchiness make for a perfect dessert, bringing the spice journey to a sweet ending.
Bhatia scooped out the pulp of blanched baby tomatoes, stuffed them with mashed potatoes and sev , coated them with batter and then deep fried them in a way that the crunchiness of the sev didn't get compromised.
More than just adding color and crunchiness to dishes, bell peppers pack a powerful punch of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that protect against the development of heart disease, cancer, and diabetes, three of the most common health problems in America today.
In cereals if can allow wholcgrain claims and enhances as well improved bowl-life and crunchiness.
If anyone is interested in his findings, it's about the relationship between the ratio of surface to inner elasticity and the insight obtained led them to develop the Vogel's Curve which plots the varying crunchiness and colour during toasting.
Now beneath all that stack some lettuce and cucumber for health and crunchiness.