Recent Examples of cellulose from the Web
The cellulose concerns last year stemmed from a Bloomberg News story that conducted a test of various cheese products with an independent laboratory.
Veggie burgers often have 20 or more ingredients, including non-nutritive cornstarch and thickeners such as methyl cellulose.
Malleable, versatile celluloid—a polymer made from the cellulose in cotton—was first developed in 1869 with the goal of making an elephant-free billiard ball.
This is supposed to be a real book, not a lump of campaign cellulose.
Cupro, for example, is a regenerated cellulose fiber made from cotton linter — the silky fibers that stick to the seeds of the cotton plant after it has been ginned.
The brand Glitter Revolution makes their environmentally safe glitter from plant cellulose making it a renewable source of sparkle.
Companies could use the fibers the FDA has already cleared, including psyllium husk and cellulose.
Finally, Woodruff was slathered in a cellulose slime—actually a food-thickening agent.
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Origin and Etymology of cellulose
First Known Use: 1848See Words from the same year
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