Half of the cacao bean is fat, and the grinding breaks up the cells and liberates the fat, which at blood heat melts to an oil.
It was as though the temperature had fallen from blood heat to freezing.
The fittest temperature for drinks, if taken when the food is in the digesting process, is blood heat.
If the sample be kept at blood heat (98° F.) for six to eight hours, it will be ready to examine.
She had ceased to breathe, but blood heat was still in her body, and her expression life-like.
blood heat, the temperature which the blood is always found to maintain, or ninety-eight degrees of Fahrenheit's thermometer.
Joy at such a board can never rise to blood heat, for the jingle in the mind of cent.
With a feather, or fine camel's-hair brush, and as gently as possible, cover the eyelids with this oil heated to about blood heat.
During the first days of a child's life, he should be sponged in a warm room, with water at blood heat.
This should be warmed to blood heat, ninety-five to a hundred degrees Fahr.
blood heat n.
The normal temperature (about 37.0°C or 98.6°F) of human blood.