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“From furniture works to dress-making class to palm-nut oil pots, Dr. Kofi Sam is barking out variations on his evangelical theme: West Africa can provide the essentials for itself (food, clothing, shelter and healthcare) if only it first licks a second AIDS crisis -- the Acquired Import Dependency Syndrome.”
“Back in the 1980s, Mrs. Lopes helped lead a group of women palm-nut processors in a battle for survival against pistol-packing ranchers on the edge of the Amazon jungle.”
“The Hyphaene palms to the west of the pans are nesting sites for, among others, the greater kestrel (Falco rupicoloides) and the palm-nut vulture (Gypohierax angolensis).”
“They are, however, eaten by them, and when cooked with the oil and pulp of the palm-nut considered a highly palatable morsel.”
“They are like taluses and must have fish oil or palm-nut oil for their engines.”
“I heard the bone collapse with a sound like a palm-nut crushed in the jaws of a feeding elephant.”
“Under this heading should also be included stearines produced by submitting distilled fat to hydraulic pressure, the distillates from e from unsaponifiable matter, cocoa-nut oleine, a bye-product from the manufacture of edible cocoa-nut butter and consisting largely of free acids, and palm-nut oleine obtained in a similar manner from palm-nut oil.”
“This oil closely resembles cocoa-nut and palm-nut oils and is stated to saponify readily and yield a soap free from odour.”
“This year I have not found more than 17 per cent. of fat in any sample of palm-nut cake.”
“But although inferior samples are occasionally met with, I may say of palm-nut cake that on the whole it is a food which deserves to be largely used, and which at its present price is the most economical source of fat.”
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