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When Yi and Ambopteryx first appeared in the late Jurassic Period, they could feast on seeds, insects, and small nuts without much competition.
Schneider’s strategy emphasizes the kinds of nuts-and-bolts of energy management capabilities that clients demand as they chart out an emissions-cutting strategy.
Aiming to distinguish itself from other vegan ice cream makers, Eclipse makes its ice cream base in a kitchen, not a lab, using only whole, sustainable ingredients—no GMOs, no nuts, no soy, no coconut, and no gluten.
Using a book like Peterson’s Field Guide to Wild Edible Plants can help you to safely identify and prepare tree nuts, seeds, roots and many other edible plant parts.
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The network then groups items together so it can understand, for example, that trail mix has more in common with dried fruit or nuts than it does with coffee.
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For Cavuto, in addition to her dressing, that means adding some sort of carbohydrate, a source of protein, and a source of fat, like nuts or seeds, to her mix of fresh veggies.
This was a hard nut to crack, if his past were not to be ruthlessly severed from Angel's by a word.
It is prepared from the nut of the areca palm, one of the most beautiful trees in the world.
For each guest there was a cocoa-nut shell, half-filled with miti, a sourish beverage extracted from the cocoa-palm.
We had each of us a fresh cocoa-nut with a hole bored in it, containing at least a pint of clear, sweet-tasting water.

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