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What are the Standard Terms Used to Describe Liquid Viscosity in Cooking?
When describing the thickness of a sauce or other liquid when cooking, what are the standard terms that should be used? I've heard things like "gravy-like" or talk of coating metal spoons, but I'd ...
Oct 4 '10 at 3:16
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