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nonfat

(nŏn′făt′)
adj.
Lacking fat solids or having the fat content removed: nonfat milk.
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Fewer whole grains will be required in some foods, and flavored milk won't have to be nonfat. Schools are, of course, welcome to keep up with any new healthy habits they choose.
Its Peanut Power Plus Chocolate (bananas, peanut butter, dates, "protein blend," nonfat milk, cocoa) squeezes 580 calories into a (20 oz.) small and 1,160 into a (40 oz.) large.
All four varieties are nonfat and contain 5 grams of protein and 80 calories per 5.3-ounce serving.
Whole-grain, low-sodium crackers Hummus or nonfat yogurt dip Handful of walnuts or almonds Lightly sweetened iced tea (green or black)
Thus, food service workers will be monitoring the buckets during the first two months of school to see how much 1 percent and nonfat milk is being dumped out by elementary school students, he said.
1 tablespoon creamy peanut butter 1 tablespoon honey 1 tablespoon nonfat dry milk 1 tablespoon unflavored instant oatmeal 1 apple
In 2003, the Texas plant churned cream into more than 100 million pounds of dairy products, including premium and bulk butter, butter oil, nonfat dry milk powder and other dairy ingredients.
Pureed potatoes (mashed potatoes thinned with regular, lowfat, or nonfat soy or rice milk) can be seasoned with garlic and rosemary to create both a 'cream' of potato soup or a 'creamy' garlic sauce for vegetables.
When nonfat dressings were used, almost no carotenoids were absorbed.
Stonyfield Farm, Londonderry, NH, has introduced its Kids Juice Smoothies made with organic juice and nonfat yogurt.
Ideal for fruit reduction, pectin, oil emulsions, nonfat dry milk powder, soy, coatings, syrups, sweetened condensed milk, processed cheese, ricotta cheese, ice cream, margarine and other applications.