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TART

Osteopathy
An ostepathic mnemonic device for the most common findings in somatic dysfunction:
Tenderness
Asymmetry
Restricted motion
Tissue texture changes.

TART

Osteopathy A mnemonic–tenderness, asymmetry, restricted motion, tissue texture changes–for the most common findings in somatic dysfunction. See Osteopathy, Somatic dysfunction.
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Compliance rate throughout the 12-week trial was high (94.2 per cent), suggesting tart cherry juice twice a day was a manageable addition to these participants' daily routine.
"Why not try making the pineapple tarts into another flavor like mango?" Thinking it might be a good idea, Virgie came up with a few samples, and almost overnight, her mango tarts became a hit.
Pour this cheese-yoghurt mixture over tart base and keep chilled in the refrigerator for about six hours until set.
Tart Cherry Concentrate is USDA Organic, Gluten Free, Soy Free, and suitable for vegans."
Supplied frozen, the whole tart can be defrosted within the refrigerator for eight hours, or defrost a single portion in two to three hours for complete flexibility The list price, subject to the customer's agreed trade discount.
This tart is excellently sliceable, perfectly wobbly and the soft texture of the filling with the flake of the pastry is unreal.
Critique: Beautifully composed for browsing, thoroughly 'kitchen cook friendly' in presentation, and a superbly presented resource for menu planning, "Tarts" is enthusiastically recommended to the attention of novice chefs and experienced cooks alike.
GRAHAM-CRACKER CRUST Make Basic Tart Dough, substituting half of flour with whole-wheat flour and adding 1/2 tsp.
Pop-Tarts were on the market four years before Kellogg's introduced frosting after test-running one of the tarts through a cookie-icing machine.
Glyn Howatson and colleagues gave 30 or 60 mL Montmorency tart cherry juice to 12 healthy participants twice a day for two days.
"We don't consider our three new teas too 'sour,' they're merely tart enough to give you that satisfying, lip-smacking flavor that's often left out of a cup of herbal tea."
The study found an increase in specific anthocyanin compounds in the bloodstream after consuming tart cherries.