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Sweet

(swēt),
Robert Douglas, 20th-century English dermatologist. See: Sweet disease.

sweet

[AS. swete, sweet]
1. Pleasing to the taste or smell. See: taste
2. Containing or derived from sugar.
3. Free from excess of acid, sulfur, or corrosive salts.
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The 2019 crops in the US, Europe's largest supplier of sweet potatoes, are not due to be harvested until early autumn.
To finish the risotto fold in the sweet potato puree, Parmesan and a knob of unsalted butter until well mixed leaving you a vibrant looking rice.
'The sandy-loamy and sandy land are suitable for sweet potato farming.
slices spicy Serve the cooked sweet potato slices with the salsa.
They also agreed to hold a training seminar on planting and growing sweet potatoes at the South Korean Agrarian Center in the Chui region on May 8.
Add the curry powder in with the sweet potatoes and continue to cook.
Spread each sweet potato slice with a tablespoon or two of the hummus.
The project is being implemented by the Visayas State University-Philippine Rootcrops Research and Training Center (VSU-PhilRootcrops) under the PCAARRD-funded Sweet Potato Industry Strategic S and T Program (SP-ISP).
All three chefs agreed that with regards to sweet potato products, quality is the most important factor as it is easier for operators to charge a premium for them over regular fries, that having different shapes and cut sizes can help to drive additional sales and margin, and that they see sweet potato products as an alternative, upsell to regular fries, as they are on trend.
Normal menstruation with no adverse effects resumed when I stopped my daily sweet potato chewing ritual, to the relief of Dr Zeelenberg, the gynecologist for whom I had already developed a range of personal hygiene products.
Sweet potato meal can substitute for maize in diets for broiler starter and finisher [5] at 27% and 30% respectively but higher level resulted in wet droppings.