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Brassica juncea
Easier to grow than Black Mustard (B. nigra), it has nearly replaced it in brown mustard preparations since 1945. Mustard Oil is one of the major edible oils in India, the fixed oil content of rai varying between 28.6% and 45.7%. Oil is also used for hair oil ...
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Brassica nigra
"English Mustard" when mixed with water and "Continental Mustard" with vinegar. Mustard flowers are good honey producers. Mustard is agriculturally used as a cover crop. Mustard oil ...
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Vegetarian Recipes Around the World - Breakfasts, First Courses, Sauces & Seasonings, Vegetable Side Dishes, Alt-Cheese, Alt-Egg, Alt-Milk, Bread, Barbecues
Pan Potatoes Mushrooms and Celery Oven Baked Seasoned Fries Oven Roasted Garlic Vegetables Potatoes in mustard oil and spices Potato Pancakes Quick Saucy Vegetables Quick Seasoned Potatoes Quick Spiced Potatoes Roasted Herbed ...
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Untitled Document
Food security is a human rights issue from all the above perspectives. In 1998, adulterated mustard oil hit the markets and claimed dozens of lives in and around Delhi. Globalisation of agriculture ...
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ECO-PROS Invasive Non-Native Species
Accidents like oil spills from ships bringing fuel in to accommodate the tourism ... native species and cause catastrophic changes in marine ecosystems." Under Oil Spills: The lives of the unique species of the Galapagos are ... U.S. bees http://www.msnbc.com/news/313616.asp Garlic mustard crowding out native plants http://www.msnbc.com/news/313618. ...
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basic ideas
A computer program, a jar of mustard, a new carpet, or a child's toy is a human-made capital asset. Human ... " because they take thousands to millions of years to form. Once taken from the earth, oil, silver, gold, limestone, coal, and so on are considered "used up," or nonrenewable. Renewable natural ...
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Columbia Plateau Clean Cities Coalition
Biodiesel is a nontoxic, biodegradable replacement for petroleum diesel. Biodiesel is made from vegetable oil, recycled cooking oil and tallow. Chemically biodiesel is described as a mono alkyl ester. Through a ... are converted to biodiesel. Biodiesel would be refined using waste cooking oil or locally grown canola or yellow mustard. The local availability of biodiesel would have many benefits from a ...
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smokingFood
C). For ... pepper, 2 chillis, a teaspoon of Saltpetre, a teaspoon of any spice that appeals (Caraway, Mustard seed, nutmeg etc). Then process as above. Jerky Cut lean meat into half inch by ...
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Table - China's Food Balance in 1996
... oil, groundnut oil, sunflower seed oil, rape & mustard seed oil, cottonseed oil, palm kernel oil, palm oil, copra oil, sesamseed oil, olive oil, ricebran oil, maize germ oil, and other oilcrop oil ...
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Table - China's Food Balance in 1964-66
... oil, groundnut oil, sunflower seed oil, rape & mustard seed oil, cottonseed oil, palm kernel oil, palm oil, copra oil, sesamseed oil, olive oil, ricebran oil, maize germ oil, and other oilcrop oil ...
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