The Grissle

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  1. Mar 10,  · Etymology From Middle English gristel, grystyl, from Old English gristel, gristle (“gristle, cartilage”), formed from a diminutive of Old English grist (“a grinding”), from Proto-Germanic *gredaną (“to crunch”), equivalent to grist +‎ -le.
  2. Gristle may refer to. Cartilage, when present in meat; Throbbing Gristle, an English avant-garde music and visual arts group; Gristle (G.I. Joe), a fictional villain in the G.I. Joe universe Puppy Gristle, a album by Skinny Puppy; The House of Gristle, a British television series.
  3. Oct 20,  · Unlike collagen, elastin does not break down when the meat is cooked, and this is where we get gristle. You get a lot of gristle in cuts of meat that come from the shoulders, legs, and haunches of an animal, like top round and chuck.
  4. I must be getting old, or something; most of those things just get a "meh" from me. (A lot of them strike me as trying too hard, I guess.) Like, some of them look like they could be kind of tasty, and I .
  5. gristle definition: 1. a solid white substance in meat that comes from near the bone and is hard to chew (= crush with. Learn more.
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  7. gristle a form of connective or skeletal tissue with a translucent, smooth, ‘plastic’ consistency, that allows diffusion of solutes through it.
  8. Sep 19,  · Synopsis. Karen Grassle was born February 25, in Berkeley, California. In she made her first appearance on the Broadway stage in the .

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