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fermentability
[UK: fəmentəbilitiː]
fermentable
[UK: fəmentəbl]
fermentation
[UK: fəːmenteiʃən]
fermentational effect
[UK: fəːmenteiʃən]
fermentative
[UK: fəːmenteiʃən]
fermented
[UK: fəmentid]
fermented apple drink
[UK: fəmentid æpl driŋk]
fermented dark beer
[UK: fəmentid dɑːk biər]
fermented grape juice
[UK: fəmentid greip dʒuːs]
fermenting
[UK: fəmentiŋ]
fermenting dough
[UK: fəmentiŋ dou]
boil and ferment
[UK: fəmentiŋ dou]
cause to ferment
[UK: kɔːz tou fəmənt]
conferment
[UK: kənfəːmənt]
deferment
[UK: difəːmənt]
got a deferment
[UK: gɔt ə difəːmənt]
preferment
[UK: prifəːmənt]
tending to ferment
[UK: tendiŋ tou fəmənt]
to ferment
[UK: tou fəmənt]
able to undergo fermentation
[UK: tou fəmənt]
brandy made from fermented apples
[UK: brændiː meid frɔm fəmentid æplz]
by fermentation
[UK: biː fəːmenteiʃən]
can be fermented
[UK: biː fəːmenteiʃən]
cause to undergo fermentation
[UK: biː fəːmenteiʃən]
causing fermentation
[UK: kɔːziŋ fəːmenteiʃən]
deferment of the military service
[UK: difəːmənt ɔf ðiː militriː səːvis]
deferments
[UK: difəːmənts]
device used to measure fermentation
[UK: divais juːzd tou meʒər fəːmenteiʃən]
disease caused by fermentation
[UK: diziːz kɔːzd biː fəːmenteiʃən]
drink of fermented milk
[UK: driŋk ɔf fəmentid milk]
enzyme activity during fermentation
[UK: driŋk ɔf fəmentid milk]
having undergone fermentation
[UK: hæviŋ ʌndəgɔn fəːmenteiʃən]
not fermented
[UK: nout fəmentid]
pertaining to fermentation
[UK: pəteiniŋ tou fəːmenteiʃən]
preferments
[UK: prifəːmənts]
process of fermentation
[UK: prəses ɔf fəːmenteiʃən]
processes of fermentation
[UK: prousesiz ɔf fəːmenteiʃən]
start fermenting
[UK: stɑːt fəmentiŋ]
study of fermentation and enzymes
[UK: stʌdiː ɔf fəːmenteiʃən ænd enzaimz]
substance which causes fermentation
[UK: sʌbstəns witʃ kɔːziz fəːmenteiʃən]
undergo fermentation
[UK: sʌbstəns witʃ kɔːziz fəːmenteiʃən]
unfermented
[UK: ʌnfəmentid]
unfermented fruit juice
[UK: ʌnfəmentid fruːt dʒuːs]
unfermented juice of pears
[UK: ʌnfəmentid dʒuːs ɔf piəz]

Example Sentences Including 'ferment'

Ferment is the debut full-length album by English alternative rock band Catherine Wheel, released in June 1992 through record label Fontana.

The Schwarzenau Brethren, the German Baptist Brethren, Dunkers, Dunkards, Tunkers, or simply the German Baptists, are an Anabaptist group that originally dissented from several Lutheran and Reformed churches that were officially established in some German-speaking states in western and southwestern parts of the Holy Roman Empire as a result of the Radical Pietist ferment of the late 17th and early 18th centuries.

The Revolutionary Workers Ferment, often known by its Spanish name or initials Fomento Obrero Revolucionario or FOR, was a small left communist international founded by Grandizo Munis, which arose as a split from the Trotskyist Fourth International at its Second Congress in 1948.

Throughout human history, fungi have been utilized as a source of food and harnessed to ferment and preserve foods and beverages.

Mash ingredients, mash bill, mashbill, or grain bill are the materials that brewers use to produce the wort that they then ferment into alcohol.

Mannitol motility medium is a bacterial growth medium used to detect the ability of bacteria to ferment mannite and produce nitrogen gas; and to indicate the motility of the organism.

The sponge and dough method is a two-step bread making process: in the first step a sponge is made and allowed to ferment for a period of time, and in the second step the sponge is added to the final dough's ingredients, creating the total formula.





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