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Reduce heat to low and simmer, uncovered, until meat is falling apart and liquid is reduced by half, 3½–4½ hours (go the full distance for a rich and gelatinous stock).
In their analyses, jellies and other gelatinous organisms comprised an average of 40 percent of the animals’ diets, and were the only food detected in some individuals.
But the film is largely a bloody, bouncing, gelatinous blob, all lubed up with nowhere to really go.
The car seat slammed me from behind with an acceleration of about 1.8 g. Such extreme forces reveal humans in all their semi-gelatinous corporeality.
Your edges will remain laid and intact with this gelatinous-textured styling product.
Tartakovsky, who also voices Drac's gelatinous buddy Blobby, says the Chevy Chase Vacation movies are a major inspiration for Hotel Transylvania 3.
Many of the dives found swarms of gelatinous animals known as siphonophores.
The slugs have figured out a way to be strong where gelatinous desserts are weak.
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