Oraciones con la palabra "ferment"

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  1. We'll set things in a ferment.
  2. Thus there is great ferment happening here.
  3. If wine is allowed to ferment: turns into vinegar.
  4. This also causes undigested foods to ferment in the intestines, causing toxicity.
  5. New wine only follows the revelation of truth! It has not had time to ferment into.

  6. He was seething in a great warm ferment which, obviously, he had trouble concealing.
  7. On the drive through La Merced and up into the hills to the south it had begun to ferment.
  8. There was not much time for preparation, and the house was in a ferment till Amy was off.
  9. Put a lid on the container and put aside for 3 or 4 days, al owing the snails and slugs to ferment.
  10. This does not allow the bread to properly ferment, a necessary step in proper preparation of grains.
  11. There is much ferment and change happening in trade or professional organizations you’re involved with.
  12. The barrel cools here for five hours, then the lid is secured, and it’s rolled off to ferment for months.
  13. In 1789 a ferment arises in Paris; it grows, spreads, and is expressed by a movement of peoples from west to east.
  14. Your spiritual life has been undergoing much change and ferment since 2011, and the trend continues in the year ahead.
  15. But Godwyn did not want to let suspicion ferment in Saul’s mind, so he said: I’ve brought the cathedral treasures with me.

  16. His mind was in a disagreeable ferment because of the Master's rebuke the preceding day in connection with Mary's anointing at the feast in Simon's house.
  17. There would be such a ferment, sir, that I do not hesitate to say that within a week of the publication of that letter this country would be involved in a great war.
  18. It is the ferment in which the officers trust the privates and the privates trust the officers, as they did when they fought through that eventful night at Rorke's Drift in the Zulu war.
  19. He cut down only the perfect mallow stems and trimmed them to the exact length he needed and he took them down the hole and stacked them neatly in his great chamber, and arranged them so they wouldn’t ferment or get sour.
  20. All the village and all who heard of it were amazed at the affair; I was aghast, Anselmo thunderstruck, her father full of grief, her relations indignant, the authorities all in a ferment, the officers of the Brotherhood in arms.
  21. That night at supper, Scarlett went through the motions of presiding over the table in her mother’s absence, but her mind was in a ferment over the dreadful news she had the Slatterys’, for, without her, she felt lost and alone.
  22. Is the ferment of the peoples of the west at the end of the eighteenth century and their drive eastward explained by the activity of Louis XIV, XV, and XVI, their mistresses and ministers, and by the lives of Napoleon, Rousseau, Diderot, Beaumarchais, and others?
  23. And another study at Louisiana State University found that gut microbes in our stomach ferment chocolate and boost our body’s production of heart-healthy polyphenolic compounds, including butyrate, a fatty acid that decelerates the behavior of genes linked to insulin resistance and inflammation.
  24. His socialism was accompanied by a passing phase of vegetarianism, and with the ferment of youth working headily within him he could hardly escape the charge of being a crank, but "a crank, if a little thing, makes revolutions," and Brooke's youthful extravagances were utterly untinged with decadence.
  25. I was now so bruised, so battered, so spent with this overmatch, that I could hardly stir, or raise myself, but lay palpitating, till the ferment of my senses subsiding by degrees, and the hour striking at which I was obliged to dispatch my young man, I tenderly advised him of the necessity there was for.

  26. Mosquitoes came buzzing in and hummed sullenly round the room; the sea, which I could hear from thence, rumbled dull like an earthquake—black clouds were casting up over it; the moon was setting in the waves, broad and red, like a hot cannon-ball—she threw her last bloody glance over a world quivering with the ferment of tempest.
  27. The pain is neverending, as I ferment inside this ghastly cell,.
  1. More of the barrels were underground, fermenting the berries inside.
  2. Everything which had been hastily stifled was moving and fermenting.
  3. Silas was getting woozy from the smell of all the fermenting berries.
  4. She asked a question that had been fermenting in the back of her mind.
  5. To dream about something fermenting symbolizes a spiritual transformation.
  6. There are traces of quicklime on the bleached arms of the fermenting corpses.
  7. You can call a poolish for direct sourdough with the long fermenting time in mind.
  8. Windowmaker, and his 222 Revolution, had succeeded in fermenting great dissent amongst the population.
  9. At last this thick, fermenting voice, a voice lodged inside nightmare flesh, said: “Why aren’t you here?”.
  10. This year they planted one more grass field, Mariana wanted to gradually replace the food in silos with hay, instead of fermenting, drying the grass, as in Texas.
  11. But they are too coarse to recognize the truth in an indirect, roundabout and unfinished form, and they reject everything that is immature, still fermenting and unstable.
  12. The winery was barely more than a large corrugated shed filled with shiny, state-of-the-art equipment: crushers, fermenting tanks, staggered rows of stacked, aging barrels.
  13. Hands shook, lips quivered, but he stood straight, took a deep breath and, as if these words had been fermenting inside him for centuries, said in a deep voice loaded with passion, ‘Today is the first time in my life I feel part of anything.
  14. Romanticism, which has helped to fill some dull blanks with love and knowledge, had not yet penetrated the times with its leaven and entered into everybody's food; it was fermenting still as a distinguishable vigorous enthusiasm in certain long-haired German artists at Rome, and the youth of other nations who worked or idled near them were sometimes caught in the spreading movement.
  1. A fermented food made from soybeans.
  2. All condiments were originally fermented.
  3. Beer: Beer is produced from fermented hops.
  4. Mead - A fermented beverage made from honey.
  5. Wines on the lees: Wine fermented from its sediments.
  6. She sniffed the air, hoping to catch a fermented scent.
  7. It was a good thing those fermented eggs don't stay with you.
  8. From the farmer one could purchase the very best of fermented.
  9. There are many different kinds of fermented foods and beverages.
  10. Modern condiments are no longer fermented, but use vinegar instead.
  11. Xylitol is not fermented by the oral bacteria, and it inhibits bacterial growth.
  12. Sauerkraut, pickles and condiments are fermented and can add nutrients to our diets.
  13. Fermented products are treated differently then you might think by the plant kingdom.
  14. They used the run-off sour grapes to make a second mash from it that fermented too long.
  15. Trollish beer is rich and dark and heavy with floating gobs of fermented plant material and 204.
  16. The leaves are light green and are not fermented, like black tea, giving the tea a grassier flavor.
  17. He explained that vino was juice pressed from uvas (grapes) and then fermented into a strong drink.
  18. Others feel that a heavy consumption of green tea and fermented soy beans does wonders for your hair.
  19. Remember pickled beets? Corn relish? Heinz used to boast of 57 varieties of sauces, each one fermented.
  20. Claude observed sporadic encampments of goblins that muttered around cook-fires and drank fermented grog.
  21. This is because the fermented vegetables contain certain enzymes that aid in the digestion of cooked proteins.
  22. After the fur was burned off, the whole had been continuously basted in a sweet 'n sour, lightly fermented sauce.
  23. Cocoa is a fermented seed from the cacao tree, which is usually grown in hot and rainy regions around the equator.
  24. All the subconscious suspicion and fear that had gathered secretly all afternoon and fermented like a wine in her.
  25. The taste of these dishes improved as they fermented because the flavors have a chance to marry and become one.
  26. From yogurt to wine to sauerkraut to kimchi, fermented foods are found in all cultures as a part of their traditional diets.
  27. A portion of the fermented grains were then saved by people in the past to begin the fermentation of the next batch of bread.
  28. Gingered carrots, pickled peppers, raisin chutney and fermented bean paste not only tastes good, but are good for you as well.
  29. This is sad because fermented foods have added vitamins, minerals, enzymes and other nutrients that our bodies desperately need.
  30. What racket? asked Rip as he crawled into the room, still incapacitated from the sickness of the fermented Crabbit liqueur.
  31. The employment of a brewer, and even that of a retailer of fermented liquors, are as necessary division's of labour as any other.
  32. Yeah, some of the casks on some of the outer islands are pretty fermented , Yellelle told her, especially back in these days.
  33. Homemade ketchup, mustard and relish, fermented as God intended, are easy to make and are much better for us than the commercial brands.
  34. In order to enhance the sense of autumn, the fish is served with newly picked yellow chanterelles, fermented beans, and freshly cut artichokes.
  35. Although the tea is fermented, it is not an alcoholic beverage as such, as it only contains minute quantities of alcohol (typically 1% by volume.
  36. Steak sauce is fermented and will actually cause the body to absorb the minerals in steak better than if eaten without some sort of fermented food.
  37. Soap, salt, candles, leather, and fermented liquors, have, indeed, become a good deal dearer, chiefly from the taxes which have been laid upon them.
  38. Fermented liquors brewed, and spiritous liquors distilled, not for sale, but for private use, are not in Great Britain liable to any duties of excise.
  39. Yogurt and kefir (which will be discussed shortly), both the products of fermented milk, can help intestinal health and keep yeast infections from spreading.
  40. Traps can be made more effective by using the various fermented products on the market such as apple cider beer (fermented apples), vinegar, wines, whisky, etc.
  41. My girl always bring this great warung pork or chicken grilled Steak with fried vegetables and served with a choice of rice, fried tofu, tempeh (fermented soybean.
  42. Though individuals, besides, may sometimes ruin their fortunes by an excessive consumption of fermented liquors, there seems to be no risk that a nation should do so.
  43. Yogurt, acidophilus milk, and kefir are fermented milk products that have been reported to lower cholesterol in most, but not all, double-blind and other controlled research.
  44. Kvass is of various sorts: there is the common kvass of fermented rye used by the peasantry, and the more expensive kvass of the restaurants, iced and flavoured with various fruits.
  45. Fermented fruits and vegetables are excellent sources for lactobacilli, or lactic acid producing bacteria, that aid in digestion and will enhance the vitamins, most notably C, already contained in the food.
  46. A fermented liquor, for example, which is called beer, but which, as it is made of molasses, bears very little resemblance to our beer, makes a considerable part of the common drink of the people in America.
  47. Hildegard, a medieval sage, believed spelt to be better for the sick and weak than other grains, apparently because the gluten in spelt breaks down easily when fermented, as often it was for sourdough bread.
  48. As mentioned previously, special all-night propitiatory ceremonies are done to bless the seed maize, which is fed with turkey soup, cacao, and boj (fermented cane juice), and the blood of sacrificial chickens.
  49. By contrast, black and oolong tea leaves are made from fermented leaves, which results in the EGCG being converted into other compounds that are not nearly as effective in preventing and fighting various diseases.
  50. Indonesian fermented soybean cakes may not necessarily be to everyone’s taste, but those who enjoy it receive plenty of protein without having to kill a cow – making this a nutritious treat for vegetarians and vegans.
  51. The fierce Mongols and the ferocious Tartars drank of Kumiss, or fermented Mare’s Milk, to raise Visions in their Brains; and the Celts perform’d a sacred Wedding betwixt Mare and King to ensure Fertility of Crops and Men.
  52. Now it seems that we are down to ketchup, pickle relish, salsa and steak sauce, and although they historically were fermented, today’s massed produced condiments rely on sugar and vinegar rather than lactic acid as a preservative.
  53. He and Roy, a tee totaling Southern Baptist from Kentucky who drank nothing stronger than fermented buttermilk, had been friends since their days together adjusting workers’ compensation claims in the Brooklyn Navy Yard during WWII.
  54. Many people suffer from the adverse side effects of antibiotics, such as an increase in the body’s yeast, from the death of the friendly bacteria, and the consumption of fermented foods can make all the difference, reestablishing the friendly bacterial colonies.
  55. The excise upon the materials and manufacture of home-made fermented and spirituous liquors, is, accordingly, of all the different taxes upon expense, by far the most productive ; and this branch of the excise falls very much, perhaps principally, upon the expense of the common people.
  56. These personal human dynamics may in turn be exacerbated and fermented by perceived and/or real ‘wounded’ sentiments and egos, and the distorted and perverted quest for personal benefits and security, juxtaposition with the desire for retribution and/or to be ‘right’ with ‘God’ and/or ‘powerful others’.
  57. It was a little too provoking even for her self-control that this blooming youngster should flourish on the disappointments of sadder and wiser people—making a meal of a nightingale and never knowing it—and that all the while his family should suppose that hers was in eager need of this sprig; and her vexation had fermented the more actively because of its total repression towards her husband.
  58. He was constantly full of jealousy and rancour towards his boss, Officer Sheikho, for how was it that an officer, especially an Arab officer, who had the same rank as his, have authority and superiority over him, whereas he was his deputy and had to answer to him, having no right to give any order without Aslan’s permission? Day after day envy and resentment fermented and bubbled in his heart… and surely one day it would overflow!.
  1. Enzymes or ferments are unique.
  2. It is necessary to reduce that which causes the corrosion in the body and ferments.
  3. It is made out of water, flour, and some yeast that ferments in order to develop the wheat flavor.
  4. It is richer in nitrogen than either cow or hog manure, and ferments much more quickly, therefore being referred to as hot manure.
  5. Amid the oozing fatness and warm ferments of the Froom Vale, at a season when the rush of juices could almost be heard below the hiss of fertilization, it was impossible that the most fanciful love should not grow passionate.

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