Ingredients

Some articles on ingredients, ingredient:

Castilian-Manchego Cuisine
... cuisine refers to the typical dishes and ingredients in the cuisine of Castile–La Mancha region of Spain ... They contain a limited number of ingredients ... Ingredients tend to be those most easily accessible by the locals ...
Peetza - Frozen Pizza
... Traditionally the dough is partially baked and other ingredients are also sometimes precooked ... There are frozen pizzas with raw ingredients and self-rising crusts ... This pizza is created fresh using raw ingredients, then sold to customers to bake in their own ovens or microwave ovens ...
Pears Soap - Changes To The Formula - Comparison of The Historical Formulas
... as there are at least four different ingredient listings known to exist for Pears soap in recent years ... An analysis of the current ingredients list indeed reveals items such as limonene, whose variant called limonene is characterised by a "turpentine-like odour" also typical of ... might be explained not only by different ingredients but also by different proportions of ingredients ...
Frais Luxury Products
... products without common toxic or petrochemical ingredients ... was designed to steer clear of any unnatural ingredients and contains a formula of 66% sugarcane alcohol which according to the US FDA kills 99.9% of germs on contact ... are unusual in the cosmetics market as they contain none of the petrochemical and synthetic ingredients used commonly in market leaders like Dove, Ponds, Olay, Neutrogena and Garnier ...
Chili Sauce - Ingredients
... There are many recipes for hot sauces - the common ingredient being any kind of chilli pepper ... Additional ingredients are often used, including those used to add extra heat, such as pure capsaicin extract and mustards ...

Famous quotes containing the word ingredients:

    Copernicanism and other essential ingredients of modern science survived only because reason was frequently overruled in their past.
    Paul Feyerabend (1924–1994)

    Reading any collection of a man’s quotations is like eating the ingredients that go into a stew instead of cooking them together in the pot. You eat all the carrots, then all the potatoes, then the meat. You won’t go away hungry, but it’s not quite satisfying. Only a biography, or autobiography, gives you the hot meal.
    Christopher Buckley, U.S. author. A review of three books of quotations from Newt Gingrich. “Newtie’s Greatest Hits,” The New York Times Book Review (March 12, 1995)

    In all cultures, the family imprints its members with selfhood. Human experience of identity has two elements; a sense of belonging and a sense of being separate. The laboratory in which these ingredients are mixed and dispensed is the family, the matrix of identity.
    Salvador Minuchin (20th century)