Definition of defat in English:

defat

Syllabification: de·fat
Pronunciation: /dēˈfat
 
/

verb (defats, defatting, defatted)

[with object] (usually as adjective defatted)
Remove fat from (food): soup made with defatted chicken stock
More example sentences
  • Tamari is a soy sauce made without any wheat, from whole or defatted soya beans only, and is darker in colour than the standard kind.
  • Soy meal is used for animal feed; about 90 percent of the 2 billion bushels of soybeans grown each year in this country are defatted and turned into feed.
  • This tasted a bit more meaty than the plain stock, but again what I most noticed was the mouthfeel: rich and smooth on the tongue, almost as if it wasn't defatted (but in a good way).

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