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You can try mixing all-purpose and quinoa flour in a three-to-one ratio to add nutty flavor to bread without sacrificing that squishy, chewy texture.
Maximum cushioning is thicker and softer, but it can produce a squishy feel.
Before a few years ago, “people thought that everything that’s soft and squishy decays away immediately post mortem,” says study author Jasmina Wiemann.
Before a few years ago, “people thought that everything that’s soft and squishy decays away immediately post mortem,” says study author Jasmina Wiemann, a paleontologist at Yale University.
It’s a joy to type on and, if you also write for money, is worth the additional cost compared to the squishy keys in the Smart Keyboard Folio.
It has a dainty little purple blossom that the bees adore, and these turn later into squishy, bright red berries.
Consequently, in bad seasons Vince said it was “squishy,” and Mike that it was “squashy.”
CORMORANT CRAGGEORGE MANVILLE FENN

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