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205) 934-8055. Fax (205) 9342987. 65 per copy; bulk copies available; plus shipping and handling. Summary: Most fruits, vegetables, meats, nuts, milk and milk products are high in potassium. This single fold brochure lists high potassium foods in two categories: vegetables and juices, and fruits and juices. The first category includes Brussels sprouts, blackeyed peas, lima beans, navy beans, broccoli, raw carrots, potato (including hash browns), tomato, tomato juice, acorn squash, sweet potato, eggplant, pumpkin, greens (turnip, collards, mustard, beet), spinach, and rutabaga.
The new variety differs from the parents by its dark red overcolour covering approximately 80% of the skin surface. The variety differs from the `Earliril` parent by being an upright tree similar to the `Valleygold` variety. The variety differs from the `Valleygold` variety in that `MAS926` has fruit with orange flesh and dark red skin colour. ; (Aurora, CO) Correspondence: RAMON L. 6% sugar, and 1% baking soda. Egg. whites and various wet mix ingredients are added to the dry premix to produce a variety of different cakes.
6% sugar, and 1% baking soda. Egg whites and various wet mix ingredients are added to the dry premix to produce a variety of different cakes. In each instance, the wet mix includes an acidic component consisting of fruit and/or fruit juice which reacts with the baking soda to leaven the cake. The fruits and/or fruit juices which may be used include pineapple, orange, cranberry, apple, lemon, and cherry. Natural flavoring ingredients including raisins, dates, bananas, carrots, zucchini, apricots, non-fat yogurt, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, cloves, and vanilla may also be employed.
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