Recent Examples of margarine from the Web
Unilever’s current structure has been in place since Lever Bros., an English soap maker, and Margarine Unie, a Dutch margarine producer, agreed to join forces in 1929.
To prepare crumb topping, combine flour, sugar, margarine, and orange zest.
Refrigeration had been fought against; margarine had been coloured pink, by law, so that consumers could reject it.
Save remaining margarine and drizzle over ring before baking, or discard.
For the filling: Melt remaining margarine in a saucepan, add 4 tablespoons flour and cook, stirring for 2 to 3 minutes.
This is a big deal because prominent journals have such a powerful influence on public policy and help shape future research and focus the direction of food manufacturing trends (think margarine and Snackwell's fat-free cookies).
Store security reported watching the man leave the store with about $150 in boots, jeans, candy, margarine and numerous other items.
European groups are rushing for the exit: Nestlé’s U.S. candy bars and Unilever’s margarines are up for sale.
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Origin and Etymology of margarine
First Known Use: 1836See Words from the same year
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Definition of margarine for English Language Learners
: a food that resembles butter and is made from vegetable oils
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