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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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Live resin, an innovative extraction method that utilizes flash-frozen whole cannabis plants, was invented by cannabis extractor and Acreage "Green Team" member William "Kind Bill" Fenger.
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We may think fresh fruits and vegetables are more nutritious, but frozen food are picked at the point of 'pure ripeness' in the peak of the season, and then flash-frozen. Their nutrients won't degrade-that's why you won't find mold growing on them.
Just cool it While experimenting with cryogenic equipment, microbiologist Curt Jones (above, left, shown in the late-1980s) created his now-famous flash-frozen treat by dripping ice cream mix through "pipettes" (above, right) into a chamber of liquid nitrogen.
She and her team examined more than two dozen flash-frozen human brains, which were donated by families of the deceased at the time of death.
On top of all that, fruits and veggies are flash-frozen, which locks the nutrients in place.
Schwan's Pagoda Asian Snacks line recently updated its packaging to reflect the key messages of the brand, which are created from premium meats and fresh cut vegetables that are flash-frozen in-house daily.
After picking, frozen fruits and vegetables are flash-frozen to preserve the most nutrition as well as prevent deterioration, while canned food is heated to temperatures greater than 212 degrees Fahrenheit to ensure the food is safe and bacteria-free.
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.
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