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tr.v. flash-froze (-frōz′), flash-fro·zen (-frō′zən), flash-freez·ing, flash-freez·es
1. To freeze (produce, meat, or fish) immediately after harvesting, butchering, or catching.
2. To freeze (a biological specimen, for example) instantaneously by exposure to an environment of very low temperature.
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Adj.1.flash-frozen - (used of foods) preserved by freezing sufficiently rapidly to retain flavor and nutritional value; "frozen foods"
preserved - prevented from decaying or spoiling and prepared for future use
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Over the next two years, Jerry experimented with a range of techniques, bowl shapes, blenders and mixers to produce the best flash-frozen ice cream possible.
All of our meals are handmade in small batches and then flash-frozen," said Greg Miller, CEO and founder.
They're picked at their peak of ripeness and are flash-frozen immediately, which locks in all of their healthful nutrients.
The toasts come packed in a freezer-proof box, with 12 fully cooked and flash-frozen toasts inside that have a 9 month shelf life.
Both nonbreaded and breaded frozen produce have been a flashpoint - or least a flash-frozen point - of interest recently.
Marine Stewardship Council-certified tuna, which is soured from the western and central Pacific Ocean, is handled with utmost care both before and after being flash-frozen aboard ship at -60[degrees]C to assure maximum flavor and preferred texture upon thawing.
21 May 2012 - Oklahoma City-based Dippina[euro](tm) Dots LLC, a recently-established privately-funded firm, has wrapped up the purchase of flash-frozen ice cream maker Dippina[euro](tm) Dots Inc out of bankruptcy.
Every other week during summer, she and the 17 other subscribers drove, walked or biked to a large, weathered, old waterfront sawmill building, where enthusiastic young men and women dispensed vacuum packages of high quality, flash-frozen fish.
Mini Melts Ice Cream is produced using a flash-frozen, cryogenic process that produces ice cream at minus 280[degrees]F and then is kept at minus 40[degrees]F until served.
Flash-frozen fruit stored in airtight freezer containers or snap-and-seal type freezer bags makes it easy to pour out the exact amount needed for blueberry muffins or apple pie.
From computerised tomography (CT) scans of hives flash-frozen at 5-minute intervals, Greco's team found the mummifications take less than 10 minutes.