Crumbly sentence example

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  • When dry and in a crumbly state it is harrowed and spread and finally ploughed in and mixed with the soil.
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  • Feel free to add a little more flour if the dough feels too sticky, or add a little more water if the dough is too crumbly.
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  • You definitely don't want to overmix the dough or it will end up crumbly.
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  • When your compost is black and earthy-smelling, with a soft, crumbly texture, it's ready to use.
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  • If the mixture is too crumbly to form balls, then add a little more melted butter.
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  • Lentils can be dry, however, so make sure you add some liquid and an egg substitute to lentil burgers to avoid them being crumbly.
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  • Ideal earth should have a nice, crumbly feel with a chocolate color.
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  • Bat droppings are similar to small mammals but on closer inspection are very crumbly due to the insect contents.
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  • You know you have finished compost when it is dark in color, crumbly but not powdered and smells earthy.
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  • Both have a slightly crumbly and silky texture and both have a wonderfully full-bodied, fresh flavor.
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  • The Hightown wicket will never be considered as a batting paradise as its dry, crumbly surface makes strokeplay rather haphazard.
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  • Eat them with the casserole, mashing the floury, crumbly spuds into the sauce from the casserole with your fork.
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  • The paste is yellow, stippled with blue and with a crumbly texture.
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  • Dry soil means that the entire soil feels dry and crumbly to the touch.
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  • Finished compost is dark and crumbly with a pleasant earthy smell.
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  • The soil needs to be crumbly and free of hard clumps or rocks.
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  • A crumbly cheese will go best with a full bodied wine.
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  • She does a sort of Shortening, which in culinary terms means making the pastry crumbly to create a nicer effect on the palate.
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  • The wall has then been filled with what looks like more lime mortar and again is quite crumbly.
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  • At certain times of year the paste becomes firmer and slightly crumbly.
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  • The ascent of the Wrekin, along the main track, initially found dark fine-grained dolerites, which were very weathered and somewhat crumbly.
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  • Other cheeses can be frozen but on defrosting they may become rather crumbly.
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  • Nails may look thickened and yellow, whitish and crumbly, or a combination of these.
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  • Your compost is ready when it is brown and crumbly with an earthy aroma.
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  • While breads and cakes require a certain elasticity that is hard to duplicate without wheat, pie crust can be crumbly and flaky and still absolutely delicious.
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  • It is this power of creating a more crumbly tilth on stiff clays that makes lime so valuable to the farmer.
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