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under the yolk

Under or at the mercy of an immense and oppressive force, burden, or pressure. (A common misspelling of the correct phrase, "under the yoke.") Thousands of people are estimated to have lost their lives under the yolk of the brutal dictatorship. Under the yolk of misogyny, racism, and homophobia, a gay woman of color will inevitably face an immense amount of discrimination in our society.
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yolk

n. semen. (Possibly confused with egg white.) Clean up that yolk before somebody sees it.
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Yolk Recruitment was founded in 2009 by Dale Williams and Duncan Powell and employs 50 people
The objectives of this study were i) to develop non-dairy creamer analogs/mimics using dried egg white and/or yolk along with a blend of soy to minimize cost, ii) to determine nutrient (proximate analysis) of the non-dairy creamer analogs/ mimics containing eggs and soy proteins, and iii) to measure flavor and sensory acceptability of the non-dairy creamer analogs/mimics produced.
This has driven the demand for nutrient-rich food & beverage products and supplements that contain naturally-sourced ingredients, such as egg yolk lecithin.
Place the egg yolks into a mixing bowl, and once the sugar and water have been boiling for 2 minutes, set the electric whisk to medium speed.
Carefully transfer the egg yolk into one of the indentations, and reserve the egg white for another use.
Notes: This may seem like a lot of salt, but remember you have both eggs and tomatoes which typically both need salt, so add one teaspoon and combine with the rest of the egg yolk filling ingredients and taste.
Similarly, among different breeds, eggs of Rhode Island Red breed had the highest albumen percentage, while yolk percentage was significantly higher (Pa$?0.05) in eggs of Aseel, Naked Neck, and Fayoumi breeds.
(2011) fed laying hens diets with 0% to 9.0% BSLM and reported statistically similar egg production and egg quality measurements, and significantly darker yolk pigmentation with BSLM.
Return skillet to low heat and heat for two minutes before repeating instructions for second omelet, starting with cracking eggs into medium bowl and adding one egg yolk. Serve.
But when she reached for the second box of eggs the following day to make omelettes for tea, one egg after the other to drop into the mixing bowl had a double yolk.
When checking the freight wagon carrying the goods, the tax authorities found that there was no evidence of the origin and condition of the yolk. Fiscal agents have sealed the truck and signaled employees of the Bulgarian Food Safety Agency through the Interdepartmental Coordination Center for Counteracting Smuggling and Controlling the Movement of Risk Goods.
There are several theories regarding the histogenesis of extragonadal yolk sac tumor, including (1) arrested migration of or misplaced germ cells during embryogenesis, (2) reverse migration of germ cells, (3) abnormal differentiation of somatic cells, (4) derivation from pluripotential stem cells within a somatic tumor, (5) origination from residual fetal tissue following incomplete abortion (for primary endometrial yolk sac tumor), and (6) metastasis from an occult gonadal primary.
RECRUITMENT specialist Yolk has invested more than PS300,000 in a new headquarters that triples its space as it aims to almost double its workforce by 2018.
We were told when we were younger that it was lucky to get a double egg yolk.
Use a pastry bag fitted with a star tip instead of a plastic bag to pipe the yolk filling into the egg whites.