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Mashing is a stage in the brewing process where grains are steeped in water at specific temperatures, to facilitate enzyme activity and starch conversion. The Brewer, designed and engraved, in the Sixteenth. ... Ribbon diagram of the catalytically perfect enzyme TIM. An enzyme is a protein that catalyzes, or speeds up, a chemical reaction. ... Starch conversion is the process (especially in brewing) whereby unfermentable starch is converted into fermentable sugars, either by malting or mashing. ...

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Mash - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (262 words)
Mash is a mixture of hot water and crushed malted grain, which is used to produce beer.
Mashed potatoes, as in the British bangers and mash.
MASH was the original, rejected title for Battle Circus, a 1953 film set in a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital during the Korean War.
Mobile Army Surgical Hospital - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (445 words)
The MASH unit was conceived by Michael E. DeBakey and other surgical consultants as the "mobile auxiliary surgical hospital".
In March, 1991, the 159th MASH of the Louisiana Army National Guard operated in Iraq in support of the 3rd Armored Division during Operation Desert Storm.
The last MASH unit was decomissioned on February 16, 2006: 212th MASH, based in Miesau Ammo Depot, Germany.
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