seedcake


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seedcake

(ˈsiːdˌkeɪk)
n
(Cookery) a sweet cake flavoured with caraway seeds and lemon rind or essence

seed•cake

(ˈsidˌkeɪk)

n.
a sweet cake containing aromatic seeds.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.seedcake - a sweet cake flavored with sesame or caraway seeds and lemon
cake - baked goods made from or based on a mixture of flour, sugar, eggs, and fat
caraway seed - aromatic seeds of the caraway plant; used widely as seasoning
Translations

seedcake

[ˈsiːdkeɪk] Ntorta f de alcaravea
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Bhaer down on his hands and knees, with Tina on his back, Kitty leading him with a jump rope, and Minnie feeding two small boys with seedcakes, as they roared and ramped in cages built of chairs.
Who will be in charge of the coconut shies, hook-a-duck barrels, barrel organs, seedcake stalls and diluting the fruit juice, so it's just bright enough to attract a wasp?
"As long as they are taken through a training on feed formulation, they can make balanced rations for broilers, which cuts costs by 30 per cent."Raw materials available for feed formulations include sunflower seedcake, cotton seedcake and maize germ.
(Many nuts had only a partial or no calyx.) The ovary and any associated calyx are removed and repurposed, while the seeds (testa + nut meat) are pressed to obtain the oil and a seedcake that may be used as a feed supplement, as the nut meat contains 55.7% crude protein (Carlo Erba C/N analyzer).
Ingredients * Content (g/100 g diet) Soybean meal 30 Shrimp meal 17.9 Wheat bran 5 Sunflower seedcake 40.57 Sunflower oil 2 Cassava flour 1.5 Vitamin premix (1) 1.06 Starch 1.97 Chemical analysis (% or kJ [g.sup.-1] in dry matter) Crude protein 30.83 Ether extract 5.93 Ash 5.93 NFE 51.56 GE (Kcal/g) 441.89 NFE: nitrogen-free extract; GE: gross energy.
This is consistent with our previous result on the antioxidant activity of flax seedcake extracts.
Antioxidant activity and phenolic content of phenolic rich fractions obtained from black cumin (Nigella sativa) seedcake. Food Chem, 116: 306-12.
The concentrate consisted of 70% maize bran, 28% sunflower seedcake, 1.3% lime, 0.5% mineral-vitamins mixture and 0.2% table salt (Table 1).
Fresh manure (pH: 6,83, bulk laid: 1,26 kg [L.sup.-1], TS: 24,5%) from stabled cows on a grass and hay diet was used as inoculate for anaerobic fermentation of the seedcake.
As this parade vanished from view, I saw spinster sisters spread chunky marmalade on hunks of hot brown toast, while they sniped at each other over the teapot; widows on the romp; the spindly curate of the slums with his agile Adam's apple, lifting dumb-bells to impress spotty delinquents; the sad general behind the mustard jar, stalking Napoleon with his tin soldiers; skint Romeos in provincial hotels, evangelists and witches, spivs in mirrors, astronauts with bus passes, toothy philatelists, growers of giant marrows, picklers, seedcake bakers and astronomers in pyjamas.