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Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceWords & Wordplay · 8 months ago

What are the origins of the cooking term "blanching"?

- creator

- country of origin

- word origin

- where it is commonly used

anything helps thanks!!

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  • 8 months ago

    google "blanching etymology" (etymology means "word origin"). Blanching comes from french (blanc/blanche is white in french).

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  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    It's frosty everywhere but it's not what you think

    It's creamy under foot and there's a salty stink

    It glistens in the sun

    And there's plenty for everyone

    Here he comes !

    Little Jack ****

    Shoots his load in the air

    Little Jack ****

    Sprinkles everywhere

    Covering the ground

    White stuff all around

    That's Little Jack ****

    It's hanging from the webs and in amongst the trees

    He's dancing on the roof releasing his sex wees

    He's cheeky and he's small

    But with heavy laden balls

    Shoot it all !

    Little Jack ****

    Shoots his load in the air

    Little Jack ****

    Sprinkles everywhere

    Covering the ground

    White stuff all around

    That's Little Jack ****

    Little Jack ****

    Shoots his load in the air

    Little Jack ****

    Sprinkles everywhere

    Covering the ground

    White stuff all around

    That's Little Jack ****

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