desiccated


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thoroughly dried out

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preserved by removing natural moisture

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lacking vitality or spirit

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3 Stir in 1 tbsp of desiccated coconut, the raspberry pieces, and the lemon oil and mix well.
SUGAR-FREE MOCHA TREATS Ingredients 90g/31/2 oz stoned dates 65g/3oz mixed nuts crushed Seeds from 6 cardamom pods 1 tsp coconut oil 1 tsp espresso powder 1/2 tsp vanilla extract 1 tbsp cocoa powder 1/2 cup desiccated coconut to roll sweets in Method 1 Soak the dates in water for 20 mins then drain.
2 Now mix the biscuits, cocoa powder and the 125g desiccated coconut into the melted butter mixture and give it a good stir until it is all well combined.
Now add the desiccated coconut, sesame seeds, peanuts, ginger, garlic, fresh coriander, 1 tbsp water and stir everything together.
The reason I am writing this letter is an unabashed solicitation for help from anyone in the Townsend Letter community who has experience with desiccated thyroid, as well as testing for and treating heavy metals.
Mix in the yoghurt, low fat soft cheese, vanilla, icing sugar and desiccated coconut.
The UK price of fine desiccated coconut is up by126%, to [pounds sterling]2,150 per tonne, and the EU Rotterdam coconut oil price is up 99% to [pounds sterling]1,231.
Among the least publicised beneficiaries are Britain's rare breeds, whose desiccated societies have been funded since the early 1960s in line with one of the board's specific objectives.
It took hold and spread rapidly due to the desiccated state of the scrub.
He effectively leads his ill-assorted gang as they eke out a living amid the harsh conditions of the desiccated islands and wind-swept seas.
The inaugural Oxoid Prize for the Best Project in Microbiology, at the University of Brighton School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, was awarded to Sandra Clark for her study on the survival of hospital-acquired pathogens in a desiccated state.
Botanists describe a plant as desiccated when its water concentration has dropped to that of the air around it, usually a state too dry for normal cell operations.
The beads, the dress,this desiccated rose-- evidence of how we live.
No wonder, after a few days, he looks even more disheveled and desiccated than the actual survivors.
Cardinal Sean O'Malley and seminarians demonstrated their piety in processing about in clerical garb with the desiccated heart of St.