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Although fruits added to jellies in the way just described are chiefly for decorative effect, they do add very greatly to the pleasure of eating them; but jellied fruits, as distinguished from _fruits in jelly_, are a delicious mode of eating fruit, and where it is in abundance afford a pleasant variety.
Choice Cookery Catherine Owen
They are not necessarily first fruits of the redeemed, to distinguish them from others of the redeemed, but are first fruits of the race: “Of his own will begat he us with the word of truth, that we should be a kind of _first fruits_ of his creatures,” James 1: 18.
A Brief Commentary on the Apocalypse Sylvester Bliss 1838
"That means suburban areas, we're going to ask that they provide that opportunity for choice so people are able to enjoy what I call the fruits and benefits of an established neighborhood."
He was a civil servant of some standing, and after a previous conversation upon æsthetics of a sententious, nebulous, and sympathetic character, he had sent her a small volume, which he described as the fruits of his leisure and which was as a matter of fact rather carefully finished verse.
Ann Veronica: A Modern Love Story Herbert George 1909
It's high in fruits and vegetables and low in saturated (animal) fat and cholesterol.
Black Hawk, Iowa, created 475 new jobs in fruits and vegetables totaling $6.3 million in income for the community.
Archive 2010-05-01 Olga Bonfiglio 2010
When you buy certain fruits and vegetables (bananas, pears, avocados, etc.), get half ripe, and half unripe.
Iron Chef Your Leftovers And Stop Throwing Away Perfectly Good Food | Lifehacker Australia 2010
Regular sugar (sucrose) is a carbohydrate found naturally in fruits and vegetables, and occurs as a result of photosynthesis, which for those who were texting during biology class, is the same process by which plants transform the sun's energy into food.
Glenn D. Braunstein, M.D.: Artificial Sweeteners: Are They Better or Worse Than the Real Thing? M.D. Glenn D. Braunstein 2010
A typical diet for constipation would see the introduction of more fiber (especially in fruits, vegetables and whole grains), with restrictions on the consumption of fatty foods and sugar.
One of the more often overlooked citrus fruits is the grapefruit.
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