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The bars are made from stone-ground, fair trade, Dominican cacao, which creates a chocolate with rustic, crumbly texture; Peppalo flavors include Original Dark, Sea Salt, Almond Dark, Smoked and an ever-changing Special Edition.
But 45 of the 104 bodies had formations of grave wax -- a crumbly film of body fat that normally forms in cadavers in low-oxygen environments.
In a bowl, combine mozzarella, Parmesan and ricotta cheese, garlic, basil and oregano to form a crumbly cheese mix.
Shortbread, however, is one rich and crumbly exception.
Scatter the bits of butter over the flour and pulse several times, to form a coarse, crumbly mixture.
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CRUMBLY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of crumbly for English Language Learners
: easily broken into small pieces
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