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Producing Peanuts for Home Use
... a number of uses. The nuts can be eaten raw or boiled while "green" (undried) or they can be dried and stored for eating raw, or roasting (either in-shell or shelled). Peanuts ...
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South Florida Tropicals: Banana
... at freezing temperatures. There are two broad groups of bananas: dessert bananas, which can be eaten raw or cooked; and plantains, which are starchy and must be cooked before eating. This publication ... Preparation Wash your hands with hot soapy water before and after: Handling fresh produce Handling raw meat, poultry, or seafood Using the bathroom Changing diapers Handling pets Wash fresh bananas ...
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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... your garden, take precautions Recent food poisoning outbreaks have been traced to fruits and vegetables eaten raw. Sprouts, lettuce, cabbage, tomatoes and melons have all been involved in isolated outbreaks, explained Carolyn ... of your garden Every garden has its beautiful moments. Flower and vegetable beds contain the raw material for thousands of photos, from the broad view of a landscape, to a ...
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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... your garden, take precautions Recent food poisoning outbreaks have been traced to fruits and vegetables eaten raw. Sprouts, lettuce, cabbage, tomatoes and melons have all been involved in isolated outbreaks, explained Carolyn ...
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Aboriginal Uses of Plants Around Sydney
... normally toxic plant like Solanum aviculare was eaten by Victorian Aborigines after roasting: was it eaten here? We'll probably never know ... skin disinfectant, in Arnhem Land Carpobrotus glaucescens Steamed and eaten as a purgative, in Tasmania Clematis glycinoides Crushed leaves ... . The white starchy centre of the rhizome can be eaten raw and is quite acceptable to a European taste. The following ...
farrer.riv.csu.edu.au

The Gardener's Network - Herb : How to Grow Fennel, a Herb and a Vegetable
... popular European vegetable too. Native to Mediterranean region, the bulbous base and stalk is popular eaten raw like celery, cooked, or boiled. Closely related to Parsley, Fennel is popular in Italian and ... hard frosts. Main Cooking Uses: Having an Anise like taste, the bulbs and stalks are eaten raw like celery. They are also cooked in a variety of Italian and other ethnic foods ...
gardenersnet.com

Cacti ARE Succulents (Part 1)
... themselves can be used as a source of food either baked or raw; cactus fruit of some species can be eaten raw, jammed or candied; the long soft spines of Oerocereus celsianus are ...
gardenline.usask.ca

The Gardener's Network - Vegetable Gardening: How to Grow Mustard
... Condiments". Home gardeners love this easy, fast growing cool weather crop. The leaves are great raw, in salads, or as a cooked greens. They are nutritious, and healthy for you and ... not compete for water and nutrients. It makes harvesting easier, too. Harvesting: Mustard greens are eaten raw, or cooked. Harvest leaves while young and tender. Pick individual leave, or the entire plant ...
gardenersnet.com

Perennials to Grow: Asparagus
... expected fresh storage life is about 1 week. For optimum quality, the spears should be eaten raw, steamed, canned or frozen as soon as possible after harvesting. Winter Preparation Watering should continue ...
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Open Directory - Home: Cooking: Fruits and Vegetables: Beets
... versatile flesh that can be served hot or cold, pickled, roasted, deep fried, pulverized or eaten raw." Describes basic beet cooking methods and gives recipes for Beet Tumbleweed, Roasted Beets with Blue ...
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