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British pronunciation/blˈɑːnt‍ʃ/
American pronunciation/ˈbɫæntʃ/
to blanch
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to briefly immerse food in boiling water, often followed by rapid cooling, to preserve color, remove skin, or prepare for freezing

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to turn pale, especially in response to fear, shock, or surprise

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To make the perfect French fries, I blanch the potatoes before frying to achieve a crispy exterior.
The home canner preferred to blanch the peaches before preserving them in jars to maintain their natural color and flavor.
The gardener blanched the freshly picked peas to lock in their green hue before storing them in the freezer.
The chef instructed the kitchen staff to blanch the tomatoes for easy peeling in preparation for the sauce.
Before freezing the vegetables, she decided to blanch them to preserve their vibrant color and nutrients.
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