from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Obsolete forms of laver.
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We a re genticaly predisposed to enjoy the f lavor of sweets and the creamy texture of fat because of its dense caloric con tent for energy.
The recipe starts with a regular packet of dried yeast, dissolved in warm water with a little honey that not only jump-starts the yeast's activity but also adds a touch of mellow sweetness that complements t he wheat's f lavor.
Mr. Balcwin said be had before expressed hii opinion, in general terms, in lavor of this question.