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fry

Fish hatchlings that have attached yolk sacs.
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Increase in FFA could be attributed to moisture content of the fried product that accelerates the hydrolysis of oil.
It was also observed during present studies that the oil in which chicken was fried contained more linoleic acid than the oil used for samosas.
According to Fried, the problem with Smith's turnpike--and much the same could be said for Taft Green's airport--is that it is a space, a setting for art as opposed to an object of art.
"The obviously deceptive nutrition claims made about greasy fried chicken in these KFC ads made the campaign a national laughingstock," Jacobson says.
Food fried at too low a temperature absorbs excessive oil; food fried in oil that's too hot may burn or char on the outside before it's cooked on the inside.
Fried adds that nursing home residents with Alzheimer's were among those affected by the discriminatory practices, especially in the areas of rehabilitative therapies and mental health services.
VEGETARIAN: corn on the cob, fried okra, mashed potatoes, coleslaw, biscuits
Treating the oil with the adsorbent did not adversely affect the quality of the fried chicken patties.
Fried and partner Bernard Rottman invented the vibration molding process, known as Unifuse VIM, back in the 1970s.
Dutch speakers call fries "Frit," "Friet," "Frieten," "Fritten" or "Patat." French speakers call the fried potato sticks "frites," "pommes frites" or "patates frites."
Killer veggies If you're trying to cut down on fat and eat more vegetables daily, what about the sauteed, fried, and deep-fried vegetables on the menus in so many Chinese, Japanese, and Italian restaurants?