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deseed

Line breaks: de¦seed
Pronunciation: /diːˈsiːd
 
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Definition of deseed in English:

verb

[with object] (usually as adjective deseeded)
Remove the seeds from (a plant, vegetable, or fruit): deseeded black grapes
More example sentences
  • Then seeds were removed and seeds and deseeded berries were weighed either immediately or after drying them at 105°C in a forced-air oven to constant weight.
  • Air dry the quartered and deseeded tomatoes in the oven overnight, leaving the oven switched off.
  • Traditional practices of cultivation and storage (grains are not deseeded but kept on the stalk to prevent spoilage), reduced the impact of the recurring droughts on food intake.

Derivatives

deseeder

1
noun
Example sentences
  • Another theme will be ` Musts for Millionaires ’, where the weirdest kitchen utensils, from a radish peeler to a tomato deseeder, will be presented and demonstrated.
  • I’m not partial to tomato chunks, thus, the need for a deseeder; the deseeder usually produces much more liquid than deseeding by hand, thus the decrease in number of tomatoes.
  • Does anyone know where I can buy a deseeder for the berries?

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