Examples of starchy in a Sentence
a starchy and demanding teacher
Recent Examples of starchy from the Web
Alas, the Lobster Bisque ($17) that should have been redolent of the sea, good sherry and heavy cream, tasted merely like starchy lobster gravy, though the sweet lobster claw garnish provided some comfort.
This Thursday, July 13, is National French Fry Day, which means there's lots of starchy goodness to be had.
McFadden's take is to sub in roasted cauliflower for half of the potatoes, which makes the whole affair lighter and less starchy.
Next is the endosperm, the large starchy portion that provides food for the new plant.
Typical foods on a ketogenic diet include oils, butter, cream, nuts, non-starchy vegetables, high-fat meats, eggs, cheese and avocado.
One key recommendation states that a healthy eating pattern includes a variety of vegetables, including dark green, red and orange, legumes beans and peas, and starchy.
Due to my ignorance about how to eat without substituting a lot of the starchy staples I was used to, my cart was full of $5 crackers and $7 loaves of bread.
All three of wheat's main components were ground together: the fiber-rich bran, the flavorful germ and the starchy endosperm.
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First Known Use of starchy
STARCHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of starchy for English Language Learners
: containing, consisting of, or resembling starch
: very formal and serious in behavior
STARCHY Defined for Kids
Definition of starchy for Students
: like or containing starch A potato is a starchy vegetable.
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