decoction

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(Tıp) dekoksiyon
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Englisch - Englisch
an extraction or essence of something, obtained by boiling it down

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{n} a preparation by boiling, digestion
To extract by boiling This continental mashing technique takes the mash through a series of controlled temperature stages by removing a portion of the mash, bringing this mixture to a boil and returning it back to main portion of the mash Each successive step or decoction is used to raise the temperature of the main mash This type of mash typically employs two or three decoction steps that correspond to temperature rests employed by other mashing methods Decoction mashing typically achieves an extremely high rate of extraction and increased amount of malt character Decoction mashing is a historical method of achieving starch conversion before the existence of the thermometer
an infusion which has been reduced to one/half of its original volume by slow steam release Not brought to a boil, the decoction is taken to the point of steam release and the heat is then reduced very low to continue the steam process Decoction is handy for those herbals which taste bad or bitter, requiring only one quarter the dose Decoctions are strong and can be kept longer if gin or vodka is added
extract made by boiling herbs and then simmering them for some time, straining and using, reserved for use with roots and bark or other things that the processing won't destroy the physical or magickal attributes
The act or process of boiling anything in a watery fluid to extract its virtues
{i} extract acquired by boiling; tea brewed from plant bark and roots
To extract by boiling In brewing parlance, the mashing process whereby a portion of the mash is removed, boiled, then returned to the main mash in order to raise the temperature Decoction is primarily thought of a German method designed to work with undermodified malts for consistent temperature control before the invention of the thermometer
A method of mashing that boosts the temperature from one step to the next by removing a portion of the mash, boiling it, and returning it to the main kettle
A liquid preparation made by boiling a plant in water
is a tea made from roots, bark, nuts, and non -aromatic seed These must be simmered in water in a covered pot for 20 minutes to release the beneficial constituents Ex: ginger root
a combination of herbs which is cooked or brewed to make a soup or medicinal tea
An extraction of the soluble compounds from hard plant mineral (i e bark, roots, etc ) made by boiling in water for more than twenty minutes
Liquor or essence concentrated by boiling
A water extract of bark or roots prepared at a low boil for 10-20 minutes; stronger than an infusion
An extract got from a body by boiling it in water
A method of mashing which boosts temperature from one step to the next by removing a portion of the mash, boiling it, and returning it to the main brew kettle
Similar to an infusion but usually used for roots, barks and twigs The "tea" is simmered for up to an hour
A water-based extract involving boiling plant material (bark, roots, berries, seeds) [L de, down; coquere, to cook] This is different to an infusion where just-boiled water is poured over the plant material to extract its contents (and further extraction follows as the plant material brews in the hot water)
Gently simmer the herbs in water for 15 to 30 minutes Strain before use
(pharmacology) the extraction by boiling of water-soluble drug substances
IS A MASHING TECHNIQUE WHICH INVOLVES REMOVING SOME MASH AND BOILING IT AND THEN RETURNING IT TO THE MASH WHICH RAISES THE TEMPERATURE OF THE ENTIRE MASH DEXTRINE IS UNFERMENTABLE LONG CHAIN SUGARS WHICH CONTRIBUTE TO A "FULL MOUTH" FEEL DIACETYL IS A CHEMICAL WHICH IS PRODUCED AND THEN REDUCED DURING NORMAL FERMENTATION DIACETYL SMELL LIKE BUTTER OR BUTTERSCOTCH DME IS DRIED MALT EXTRACT DRAFT BEER IS DISPENSED FROM CASKS OR KEGS DRUNK IS THE PAST TENSE OF DRINK DRY HOPPING IS PUTTING HOPS INTO THE SECOND FERMENTER FOR AROMA AND FLAVOR MUCH OF THE AROMA FROM THE FINISHING HOPS OF THE BOIL CAN BE LOST BY VIGOROUS OUT-GASSING OF THE FERMENTATION PROCESS DUNKEL IS DARK IN GERMAN
The process of removing a portion of the mash volume and transferring to a separate boiler The decoction is performed simultaneously with the balance of the mash continuing under a separate mash profile
decoction process
a process in which part of the mash is removed and boiled and then returned
A decoction
decocture
decoctions
plural of decoction
decoction

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    de·coc·tion

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    Etymologie

    [ di-'käk-sh&n ] (noun.) 15th century. From Old French décoction or Latin decoctio (decoct-, past participle stem of decoquere ‘boil down’, from de + coquere ‘cook’).

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