macerate the mustard seeds in vinegar
the fruit was allowed to macerate before fermentation
Identifying the prey of the giant squid, Achiteuthis dux, is not easy since they finely macerate their food.
It had been macerated and marinated for three days in a mixture of herbs and spices which infused its flesh.
The toilet is flushed and the effluent is discharged by gravity through the rear spigot and into the macerator device.
Infusing, distilling, macerating , deglazing and reducing - all, in one way or another, contribute to the essence of a final product.
The Burgundian vogue for cold maceration occasionally calls for refrigeration too.
Unlike most pink champagnes, LP is made the old-fashioned way by macerating the Pinot Noir grape's pigment-rich skins with the juice.
Food Waste is washed through the sink into the Macerator , which then can be discharged to sea.
The grapes are destalked and crushed, and the skins briefly macerated to preserve as much as possible of the aroma and flavour of the grapes during fermentation.