Infinitive:  demoisturise (Brit·)  /  demoisturize (Amer·)
3rd persondemoisturises (Brit·)  /  demoisturizes (Amer·)
Present:  demoisturising (Brit·)  /  demoisturizing (Amer·)
Gerund:  demoisturising (Brit·)  /  demoisturizing (Amer·)
Past:  demoisturised (Brit·)  /  demoisturized (Amer·)
Perfect:  demoisturised (Brit·)  /  demoisturized (Amer·)

To undo moisturising;  to remove moisture;  to dehydrate;  to dry.


Upon demoisturised semolina coming in contact with a water-rich egg, they instantly begin to react with each other.  The egg-borne water seeps into the pores on the breaking post-milling superficies of semolina grains(Source: J∙ Okram - Semolina Dumplings for Soups  ●  Cooking Recipe.) 

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