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The starchy matters, on the other hand, are completely changed, and devoted to purposes which will be immediately explained.
Wash two chupas of rice and cook it in water until it becomes very soft and starchy.
PHILIPPINE MATSHUGO H. MILLER
The part used for food is the large root, which is stored with proteid and starchy matter.
Starchy foods compose probably half the diet of the average human being.
Jefferson Poindexter, resplendent in starchy white jacket and white apron, came to the door.
This rogue, himself a mongrel grown fat in the slums of three continents, held starchy notions on the subject of pants.
I have noticed that you are inclined to be a little chesty and starchy around the office.
The intensity of the reaction is an indication of the amount of starchy matter used.
The starchy materials generally used for this purpose are plain flour, browned flour, corn starch, and arrowroot flour.
WOMAN'S INSTITUTE LIBRARY OF COOKERY, VOL. 3WOMAN'S INSTITUTE OF DOMESTIC ARTS AND SCIENCES

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