the yolks in a sentence
1. The tadpoles rely on the yolks of the eggs for nourishment.
2. In hens, tamarind has been found to lower cholesterol in their serum, and in the yolks of the eggs they laid.
3. the higher the temperature, the thicker the resulting cream, as long as the yolks are fully incorporated into the mixture.
4. others call for unmelted butter and the yolks to be heated together;
5. nutmeg & the yolks of 4 eggs &
6. To a pint of pulp of skirrets add a spoonful of flour, the yolks of four eggs, sugar and spice.
7. The most common preparation is a bain-marie method where a reduction of vinegar is used to acidulate the yolks.
8. Cooled hard-boiled eggs are peeled and halved lengthwise, with the yolks then removed.
9. Other common flavorings of the yolks in German cuisine are anchovy, cheese and caper.
10. According to most recipes, the yolks must be whipped until they swell to double their original volume.
11. Feed additives such as marigold petal meal, dried algae and alfalfa meal can be used to colour the yolks.
12. Tagetes patula florets are grown and harvested annually to add to poultry feed to help give the yolks a golden color.
13. The fish are ovoviviparous with the developing embryos feeding on the yolks of their eggs.
14. Fertilisation is internal and up to 16 developing larvae subsist on the yolks of their eggs for three months.
15. Since the antibodies are extracted from the yolks of laid eggs, the method of antibody production is non-invasive.
16. All songs written by Justin Champlin except for "Somewhere New", written by The Yolks.
17. The 70-foot-long (21 m) mural required the yolks of 35 dozen fresh eggs mixed with oil to make the paint.
18. They are lecithotrophic and consume the yolks of their eggs as they develop.
19. When finished, the eggs' whites have a pale golden hue and the yolks turn green.
20. She ceases to feed and stops secreting stomach acid and the tadpoles rely on the yolks of the eggs for nourishment.
21. In either case, the larvae are lecithotrophic and feed off the yolks of their eggs.
22. Khai khrop are very similar to salted duck eggs but they have no egg white and the yolks are softer and less salty.
23. According to one account, the yolks and whites are beaten separately.
24. The whites are beaten until stiff and folded with the yolks.
25. Add the eggs mixed with the yolks, half-and-half, and melted butter, and beat until combined.
26. Whisk the egg yolks in a large mixing bowl. Strain the cardamom milk mixture into the yolks while whisking.
27. Separate the eggs, beat the yolks and sugar in a mixer until pale to double the size. Fold in the chocolate.
28. The initial step in making egg products is breaking the eggs and separating the yolks and whites from the shells.
29. Break eggs into a bowl, taking care not to break the yolks.
30. A duck farmer in Shijiazhuang said the more red material put in the forage, the redder the yolks laid by the ducks.
- no nourishment
- The larvae emerge
- varying stages
- their growth
- their species
- The toad
- these developmental patterns
- its dozen or so members
- Frog larvae
- oval bodies
- long, vertically flattened tails
- The free-living larvae
- the tadpoles
- Nannophrys ceylonensis
- wet rocks
- cartilaginous skeletons
- (external gills
- first, internal gills
- lateral line systems
- large tails
- Newly hatched tadpoles
- gill pouches
- accessory breathing organs
- the water surface
- gulp air
- small frogs
- These larvae
- specialised areas
- true teeth
- the jaws
- long, parallel rows
- small keratinized structures
- a horny beak
- Front legs
- the gill sac
- hind legs
- the spectacular apoptosis
- cell death
- the cells
- the larval gills