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beef extract

noun
1.
a soluble paste of beef or beef blood extracts.
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  • At that hour three ounces of beef extract were administered.

  • They persuaded the Indian girl to swallow some of the beef extract.

    His Unknown Wife Louis Tracy
  • Take out the fish and add to the sauce half a teaspoonful of beef extract, dissolved in half a cupful of boiling water.

  • Add two teaspoonfuls of sugar, two teaspoonfuls of beef extract, and the dissolved gelatine.

  • Take from the fire, add four tablespoonfuls each of butter and grated Parmesan cheese and a tablespoonful of beef extract.

  • Dissolve a teaspoonful of beef extract in one pint of boiling water.

    Twenty Quick Soups Sarah Tyson Heston Rorer
  • Stir one tablespoonful of beef extract into a quart of boiling water.

    Twenty Quick Soups Sarah Tyson Heston Rorer
  • The bottles of beef extract and fluids of nourishment were opened, and their contents prepared upon the stove.

    A. D. 2000 Alvarado M. Fuller
  • When done place on platter, pour Gnoise sauce with the addition of a spoonful of beef extract, over the fish.

  • Heart Stimulants:—The advantage of beef extract over alcohol as a stimulant was demonstrated on a large scale in the Ashantee war.

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