- a waterproof and grease-resistant paper produced by treating ordinary paper with concentrated sulfuric acid.
Origin of parchment paper
First recorded in 1855–60
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Examples from the Web for parchment paper
When thoroughly dry pack in dry clean glass jars or in parchment-paper lined boxes.Every Step in Canning</p>
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Crude caramel, obtained as above, is placed on a parchment-paper dialyser.
The light of a candle showed through the parchment-paper window, and smoke curled from the chimney.Smoke Bellew