unmold

[uhn-mohld]
verb (used with object)
1.
to take out of a mold: to unmold a gelatin dessert.
2.
to destroy the mold or shape of.
Also, especially British, unmould.


Origin:
1605–15; un-2 + mold1

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On that note: when you're ready to unmold your gelatin, place the mold in
  lukewarm water to release your dish in one jiggly piece.
Hold the serving dish and pot together tightly and flip them to unmold the rice.
When you are ready to use the apples, unmold or spoon them from the pan.
Invert measure onto a buttered plate, then tap measure to unmold rice.
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