Fruit Spotlight: Peaches

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All about Peaches

Health Benefits

Nutrition
10 Surprising Health Benefits and Uses of Peaches
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“..Peaches are related to plums, apricots, cherries, and almonds. They’re considered drupes or stone fruit because their flesh surrounds a shell that houses an edible seed.

They can be eaten on their own or added to a variety of dishes. What’s more, peaches are nutritious and may offer an array of health benefits, including improved digestion, smoother skin, and allergy relief.

Here are 10 surprising health benefits and uses of peaches….

Top 10 Health Benefits of Peaches Amazing Health Benefits For Fiber

Health Benefits of Peaches – Nutritional Benefits of Peaches – Amazing and Super Fruits of Wellness


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-Peach Cobbler

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Meat: Spotlight-Poultry~Turkey

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Fit Food: the Benefits of Turkey

“While turkey gets its day in the sun (er, the oven) on Thanksgiving, the bird is sometimes overshadowed by more popular choices like chicken or beef the rest of the year. But this nutritional powerhouse is a great way to add variety to your daily diet — without tacking on extra fat and unwanted calories. Check it out:

One 3.5 oz serving (about the size of a deck of cards) of skinless turkey breast packs 30 grams of protein—but only 161 calories and 4 grams of fat.
Turkey is loaded with B vitamins, phosphorus, potassium, iron, and zinc — those are some serious nutrients. Plus it’s rich in selenium, an antioxidant necessary for thyroid metabolism and boosting immunity.
It also contains tryptophan, an amino acid that triggers serotonin production and helps you catch some zzz’s.
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11 Amazing Health Benefits of Turkey Food & Nutrition By Jose Adams April 9, 2018 No Comments naturalfoodseries.com
“..Turkey a special feature in America Thanksgiving comes with amazing health benefits that includes strengthening immune system, boosting metabolism, maintaining psychological health, supporting weight loss, promoting cardiovascular health, a good source of protein, supporting teeth and bones health, maintaining cholesterol levels, managing diabetes, treating anemia and supporting healthy skin..”

5 Vitamins in Turkey – Health Benefits of Turkey – YouTube

Turkey Lovers Month – June nationaldaycalendar.com

Turkey Leg Nutritional Facts by BRIDGET COILA Oct. 03, 2017 livestrong.com
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Basic Nutrition

One serving of turkey leg, approximately 3 1/2 oz. and containing both meat and skin, weighs 100 g. In a 100 g serving, there are 208 calories. A serving of turkey leg has 28 g of protein and 10 g of fat, including 3 g of saturated fat. The omega-6 content of a serving of turkey leg is 2270 mg and there is also 190 mg of omega-3 fatty acids. Turkey has no carbohydrates, but it contains 77 mg of sodum and 85 mg of cholesterol per 100 g serving.

Micronutrients

Turkey contains 37.8 mcg of selenium per serving, about 54 percent of the daily recommended intake. A serving of turkey leg is also high in zinc, with 4.3 mg, or 28 percent of the daily recommendation. Other minerals in turkey leg include iron, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and copper. A turkey drumstick also contains vitamins B-6, B-12, K and E, pantothenic acid, folate, niacin, thiamin, choline and betaine…”
*see Health: Nutrition-Micronutrients Pt. 4~Vitamins=Trace Minerals goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Health Benefits of Turkey – Turkey Benefits – YouTube

Food Fight!: Turkey White Meat vs. Dark Meat
By: Dana Angelo White, M.S., R.D., A.T.C. foodnetwork.com
“..

It’s the perpetual Thanksgiving debate: turkey legs or breast meat? We all have our taste preferences, but which one is healthier?

White Meat

Ditching the turkey skin is the first step to a lighter meal. Poultry skin is high in calories and fat. Keep the skin intact to cook the bird (it helps retain moisture) but remove before digging in.

Because this portion has a lower fat content, the white meat can dry out more easily. Less fat also means more protein, but don’t get too excited: The protein content of white meat is only slightly higher than dark meat. Cuts of lean protein like turkey breast are also rich in vitamins and minerals like niacin, vitamin B6, iron, zinc and selenium.

Dark Meat

The higher fat content of the legs, wings and thighs (aka dark meat) imparts a lot of flavor, plus helps the meat stay moist. A 3-ounce portion of dark meat is slightly higher in cholesterol and contains an additional 20 calories and 2 grams more fat than an equal portion of white meat. The good (and often surprising) news is the type of fat; dark meat contains predominantly the heart-healthy mono- and polyunsaturated kinds. Dark meat also boasts a high mineral content and is more plentiful in iron, zinc and selenium.
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Breakfast: Healthiest & “Unhealthiest” Cereals?

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The 20 Cereals That Are Actually Healthy (and How to Pick ‘Em) greatist.com
“..15. Kashi Heart to Heart Honey Toasted Oat Cereal

They’ve done it again at Kashi. This good-for-you cereal is loaded with fiber and whole oat flour (and just 5 grams of sugar!), making it a great bet for your morning…”

Sal: I love to add “grape nuts” on various snacks (e.g. yogurt w/fresh fruit) or even on my salad.

I’ve been adding more “flax seed” more now as it’s “healthier”

Both

Best & Worst Breakfast Cereals For Health & Weight Loss

THE ABSOLUTE WORST CEREALS!! – YouTube

Cheerios by General mills has metal in it and Trisodium phosphate

Unhealthiest

-“Chemicals” to Avoid!

Trisodium Phosphate in Cereal? Don’t Mess with My Kids

9 Worst Breakfasts To Feed Your Children

10 Worst Breakfast Cereals – YouTube

Top 10 Worst Breakfast Cereals – YouTube

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Meat: Spotlight (Pig)-Bacon, Pork, Ham, Sausage, Other Parts, etc..

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What Good is a Pig: Cuts of Pork, Nose-to-Tail Posted on Friday, April 4th, 2014 @ 04:39 by Walter Jeffries sugarmtnfarm.com
“..We’ll refer to the Pork Cut Chart above time-to-time. You can click on that to zoom in so that you’re able to read the smaller type or print it out if you would like..

High-on-the-Hog

High-on-the-Hog cuts that are literally high up on the hog, along the back. These start with the sirloin, tenderloin, loin roast, loin chops and the Boston Butt. Refer to the Pork Cut Chart and you’ll see what I mean – these high priced cuts all come from the back of the pig, high on the hog. It is the sale of these cuts of pork that pay for the piglet, for feed, for raising the pig and for slaughter & butchering. It is because folks will pay that extra dollar for these higher priced cuts that pigs are farmable from the economic point of view and thus produce a lot of other good meat for everyone else at a more economical price….

Middle-of-the-Hog

Middle-of-the-Hog cuts are next down in the economic tier and they literally come from the middle of the pig. Many of these are made into delicious, and very high priced, products through additional curing, brining, smoking, drying and other processing.† Think bacon, hams, proscuitto, sausages, hot dogs, salami, etc.

The healthiest cuts of pork Tom Banham
By Tom Banham Posted on June 18, 2015 food-nutrition
Avoid superbugs in your swine by redefining the lines of butchery
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Safeguard reproductive health – Kidney

Forget the beast with two backs, one pig kidney offers more than your RDA of selenium for developing strong sperm. “It’s vital for male reproductive health,” says nutritional therapist Jackie Lynch. Pan fry for a natural selenium shot; devour and wipe the juices off your chin before trying to seduce her.
Lose weight – Fillet

If piglets naturally nuzzle into your belly, it’s time to include this cut in your diet. Pork fillet boasts a lower fat percentage than skinless chicken breast. Australian research found upping your muscle fuel intake acts a an appetite suppressor to speed up weightloss. “Grill under a hot heat,” says James Mansfield, founder of meat delivery company Field and Flower.
Mood boost – Chop

Turkey has a rep as the Prozac of poultry, but levels of tryptophan – which the body fashions into serotonin – are actually higher in pork. A study published in the FASEB Journal found consuming tryptophan with vit D boosts serotonin concentrations in the brain – your new excuse to break out the barbeque at the slightest hint of sunshine. Opt for leaner cuts and trim off the fat before cooking.
Promote bone strength – Bacon

While a daily bacon butty isn’t wise – “cured meats are high in salt and have been linked with bowel cancer,” says Kellow – snaffle one down for Sunday breakfast and you’ll get a skeleton-protecting dose of phosphorous. Wrap it in the right loaf to double your dose; baker’s yeast and pumpkin seeds ensure you pummel your RDA, and that it’s your PB suffering on the squat rack, not your shoulders…”

HOW IT’S MADE: Pork Products (720p) – YouTube

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Pork

-Good

Pork: Good or Bad? By: Dana Angelo White, M.S., R.D., A.T.C. foodnetwork.com
There has been controversy lately about whether pork is healthy or safe to eat. So you can make your own educated decision, we offer the nutrition facts on pork. Is it really the “other white meat”?
“… Trimming the Fat

If you’re looking for the healthiest pork options, you want lean cuts — tenderloin, loin chops and sirloin roast. Bacon and other fatty cuts are very high in artery-clogging saturated fat and cholesterol and not for everyday eating. Baked ham and lunch meat fall somewhere in the middle when it comes to fat and calories. Just like with other meats, pork is safe when cooked to the proper internal temperature (it’s 160F for pork).

Some folks are conscientious of the environmental impact of meats they eat. If that’s you, look for local and free-range purveyors of pork products — just like you would for chicken and beef. Local or free-range products may have a higher price tag, but you can offset the cost in other ways like committing to a meatless day once a week.

Nutrition Facts

Lean cuts of pork are high in protein, low in fat and have more B-vitamins (thiamin, niacin, B6 and B12) than many other types of meat. These vitamins play a role in a variety of body functions, including metabolism and energy production (that’s why we had it on our “energizing foods” list). For some perspective, let’s compare 3 ounces of cooked pork tenderloin to the same amount of cooked chicken breast — as you’ll see, they aren’t all that different:
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Health Benefits Of Eating Pork – Healthy Food & Meat Nutrition …

-Bad

Why I Do Not Recommend Pork – Nearly 70 Percent Contaminated with Dangerous Pathogens 3.2K December 12, 2012 • 675,443 views articles.mercola.com
“..Regardless of your spiritual beliefs, there may be good reason to carefully consider your decision to include pork as a regular part of your diet, because despite advertising campaigns trying to paint pork as a “healthy” alternative to beef, research suggests it may be hazardous to your health on multiple levels. One of the most potentially acute hazards is contamination with pathogenic bacteria.

According to a surprising new investigation by Consumer Reports1, 69 percent of all raw pork samples tested — nearly 200 samples in total — were contaminated with the dangerous bacteria Yersinia enterocolitica, which causes fever and gastrointestinal illness with diarrhea, vomiting, and stomach cramps. ..”

Is pork meat healthy to eat ? You will be shocked to know … – YouTube

Why You Should Avoid Pork

“..Pork is the most widely eaten meat in the world, making up about 38 percent of meat production worldwide. It’s especially popular in East and Southeast Asia, Europe, Sub-Saharan Africa, North America, South America, and Oceania. (1) If you’re at all familiar with the Bible, you probably remember that in it God specifically instructed His people not to eat pork and shellfish. Many people are surprised to find this out, but in the Old Testament God warned us that the pig was an unclean animal. Why? Because the pig is a scavenger and not meant for human consumption. (Check out Leviticus 11.)..”

No matter how you think about it, pigs are rather dirty animals. They’re considered the garbage and waste eliminators of the farm, often eating literally anything they can find. This includes not only bugs, insects and whatever leftover scraps they find laying around, but also their own feces, as well as the dead carcasses of sick animals, including their own young. At least one farmer has gone out to feed his pigs and never returned. On that morning in 2012, he literally became the pig’s breakfast. (2)…

Problems with Pork and Why You Should Avoid Pork

1. The Pig’s Problematic Digestive System

There are reasons that the meat of the pig becomes more saturated with toxins than many of its counterpart farm animals. The first reason has to do with the digestive system of a pig. A pig digests whatever it eats rather quickly, in up to about four hours. On the other hand, a cow takes a good 24 hours to digest what it’s eaten. During the digestive process, animals (including humans) get rid of excess toxins as well as other components of the food eaten that could be dangerous to health. Since the pig’s digestive system operates rather basically, many of these toxins remain in its system to be stored in its more than adequate fatty tissues ready for our consumption….

4. Trichinosis Dangers

Did you know that pigs carry a variety of parasites in their bodies and meat? Some of these parasites are difficult to kill even when cooking. This is the reason there are so many warnings out there about eating undercooked pork. One of the biggest concerns with eating pork meat is trichinosis or trichinellosis. This is an infection that humans get from eating undercooked or uncooked pork that contains the larvae of the trichinella worm. (7) In some countries and cultures, they actually consume pork raw…

History of Pork and Cultures that Don’t Eat It

The pig is one of the oldest forms of livestock worldwide. It’s said to have been domesticated as early as 5000 B.C. When it comes to the beginnings of pork consumption in the U.S., Hernando de Soto is called “the father of the American pork industry.” In 1539, de Soto landed in Florida with 13 pigs in tow, and pork consumption spread and grew from then on in America. Pigs were first commercially slaughtered in Cincinnati, which was nicknamed “Porkopolis.” (13)

Orthodox Jewish Kosher dietary laws and Islamic Halal dietary laws prohibit pork consumption. There are many other religions and cultures that avoid pork as well.

Christian religious denominations that forbid pork consumption include:

Ethiopian Orthodox
Hebrew Roots
Messianic Jews
Rastafarian
Seventh-Day Adventists
United Church of God

Avoiding pork for these groups is based on Leviticus 11, Deuteronomy 14, Isaiah 65 and Isaiah 66….

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Products from animals animalsmart.org
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Pigs

Everything but the oink: The many products that come from pigs.

Pork is the most widely consumed meat in the world. People eat many different pork products, such as bacon, sausage and pork chops. You might grill pork ribs in the summer, or you might enjoy a Christmas ham. A 250 pound market hog yields about 150 pounds of pork. In addition to pork, several valuable products come from swine. These include insulin for the regulation of diabetes, valves for human heart surgery, suede for shoes and clothing, and gelatin for foods and non-food uses. Swine by-products are also important parts of products such as water filters, insulation, rubber, antifreeze, certain plastics, floor waxes, crayons, chalk, adhesives and fertilizer (USDA, 2016). Lard is fat from pig abdomens and is used in shaving creams, soaps, make-up, baked goods and other foods….”

#303 All the food that comes out of a pig
February 22, 2011 Neil Pasricha 1000awesomethings.com

Why you shouldn’t eat Pig 🐽 Joel Osteen

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Drinks: Spotlight-Root Beer

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A tasting of nine “natural” root beers yields surprising results By Lou Bendrick on Jul 15, 2009 grist.org
“..Today, your beverage aisle might showcase retro, handcrafted “root sodas” with exotic spices, certified organic root beers, a green-tea root beer, and a diet root beer spiked with an eco-sounding plant-based sweetener. You might even be able to find a local root beer with an ostensibly lighter carbon footprint. OK, so what’s a green-minded, confused consumer like you to do, short of licking your cracked lips, throwing up your hands, and heading to the nearest vending machine?..

Maine Root
Ingredients: Carbonated pure water, organic fair trade–certified cane juice and spices (according to the website, the company uses extracts of wintergreen, clove, and anise).
Eco-claim: Organic fair trade–certified cane juice (though not USDA organic certified). Also, if you happen to live near Portland, Maine, you can take a small comfort in knowing that this root beer will be delivered via a biodiesel VW Jetta.
Price: $7.16 / four-pack of glass bottles..

…The bottom line: Whole Foods 365 Everyday Value Brand root beer tastes great and doesn’t contain HFCS. It may not be earnestly green, handcrafted, exotic, or zero-cal, but its low price means that you might be able to afford to top if off with a big dollop of really yummy organic vanilla ice cream. Enjoy!”

8 Natural Sodas That Are Way Healthier Than Cola By Emily Main January 14, 2016 rodalesorganiclife.com
Satisfy your sweet tooth with fizzy beverages made from real fruit and sweeteners.

“…
Virgil’s Root Beer

PHOTOGRAPH COURTSEY OF REED’S

Also from the purists at Reed’s, Virgil’s Root Beer is root beer made the way nature intended, by brewing a combination of herbs and spices naturally, rather than concocting a chemistry experiment of artificial flavorings, dyes, and additives. The ingredients list reads like the gatherings of a world traveler–anise from Spain, vanilla from Madagascar, molasses from the U.S., and balsam oil from Peru–and will get you off that artificial canned stuff forever. However, good as it is, this soda won’t win you any favors with your waistline. At 160 calories per serving and 42 grams of sugar, make it a weekly indulgence…”

“…
Blue Sky

Flavor: Creamy Root Beer

When it comes to making all-natural soda, this isn’t a new trend for the folks at Blue Sky Soda. Since 1980, the California-based company has been swapping stevia into their beverages, and without preservatives or artificial colors.

(Prices vary, blueskysoda.com)

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Ridiculously Easy Low Carb Root Beer Float asweetlife.org
“..And these days, there are plenty of “diet” root beers to choose from, many of which are made with healthier, all-natural sweeteners. So raise a frosty glass of low carb root beer float, because it won’t raise your blood sugar…’

Diabetics-Sugar Content Awareness
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Is Diet Soda Safe for Diabetes? healthline.com
“Managing blood sugar levels is an everyday goal for people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. While eating sugar doesn’t cause either type of diabetes, keeping tabs on carbohydrate and sugar intake is an important part of managing both types of diabetes. Eating healthfully can also reduce your risk for developing type 2 diabetes…

Drinking sugary drinks is also a risk factor for developing type 2 diabetes. If you are working to keep your blood sugar in check or manage your weight, you might choose diet soda. Low in calories and sugar, diet sodas appear to be a good alternative to sugary drinks. Diet coke and A&W’s diet root beer, for example, claim to be entirely sugar-free. Unfortunately, even though they contain no actual sugar, they are loaded with artificial sweeteners and other unhealthy additives. …”

In the experiment, researchers discovered that artificial sweeteners can trigger sweet receptors in the stomach. This leads to an increase in insulin and lowered blood sugar. The stomach was essentially treating the artificial sweetener like real sugar, causing a spike in insulin. Researchers found this concerning but also said the spike in insulin wouldn’t likely cause clinical hypoglycemia, a risk for people on certain diabetes medications….”

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12 Root Beers, Ranked Will Gordon 1/27/16 1:18pm adequateman.deadspin.com

“..1. 365 Everyday Value Root Beer

And herein lies the danger of the blind taste-test: Sometimes eliminating bias leads to exposing yourself as the sort of cheap pig who shills for the Whole Foods house brand. But here we are, and I can’t deny that the 365 uses cane sugar and “natural root beer flavor” to produce a smooth and almost subtle root beer with vanilla and sweet spice flavors that will complement, rather than debase or overwhelm, your rum and ice cream…”

The Best Root Beer: Our Taste Test Results
Kitchen Daily 03/30/2012 01:53 pm ET Updated Feb 15, 2013 huffingtonpost.com
“..Before you read the taste test results, let’s find out what exactly makes root beer taste like root beer. Here’s a list of the key flavors:

Anise: Imparts a licorice flavor.
Sarsaparilla: When soda production began in the last 1800s, sarsaparilla claimed to have health-giving properties. The root lends a very bitter flavor.
Birch oil: Made from the sap of birch trees, it gives a flavor similar to teaberry.
Wintergreen: Just what you’re probably thinking of — the minty flavor often found in chewing gum.
Sassafras: Coming from the sassafras tree, this imparts a deep, bitter flavor.
Vanilla extract (Bourbon or Tahitian): This gives root beer its distinctive creaminess.

Click through the slideshow below to see the results of our taste test…

#1: A&W
Comments: “Solid. The Tom Petty of root beers.” “Classic, creamy and smooth. I’d drink a lot of this.” “Nice and light, with a slight hint of root beer.” Ingredients: Carbonated water, high fructose corn syrup (yikes!), caramel color, sodium benzoate (preservative), natural and artificial flavors, quillaia extract.
(Joseph Erdos/Kitchen Daily)

#12: Virgil’s
Comments: “This tastes like a Good & Plenty. That’s the worst thing I can say about food.” “Anise!!!” “Awful. Tastes like cough syrup.” “Distinctively licorice-y. Unusual, but okay.” “Very nice hint of licorice.” Ingredients: Carbonated water, unbleached cane syrup, anise, licorice, vanilla (bourbon), cinnamon, clove, wintergreen, sweet birch, molasses nutmeg, pimento berry oil, balsam oil and oil of cassia.

Top Ten Best Root Beers thetoptens.com
“..IBC is by far my favorite root beer. I started drinking it about 10 years ago. Initially it was raised letters on the bottle that attracted me to give it a try. Now I have my local store order it by the case. I mostly drink diet root beer as I feel regular root beers are too sweet and creamy (go figure). IBC has a great balance of flavors with a strong bite. If I had to break it down I would say anise, molasses and vanilla. Unfortunately they’ve gone from 6 pack to 4 pack. One benefit was going from corn syrup to real sugar, but as for the diet they’ve said at IBC they’ve made no change. I can taste a change, it is a little more mild than the previous version. One question for IBC, if they’ve made no change to the diet version then why are the sodium numbers on the back lower than the 6 pack version of the IBC Diet? It is still my favorite with Boylan diet being second. I know lots of people say Virgil’s is has the best flavor with its dominant nutmeg. Although I do agree it has a …more..”

Top 10 Best Root Beers – YouTube

These Are The Healthiest And Least Healthiest Soda You Can Drink! October 22, 2015 10:13 AM cbslocal.com

“…Unhealthiest:

Here are the ten LEAST-healthy sodas . . .

1. Grape-flavored Fanta. One can has 180 calories!

2. Stewart’s Black Cherry Wishniak.

3. Dr. Brown’s Black Cherry Soda.

4. A&W Cream Soda.

5. Mug Cream Soda.

6. A&W Root Beer.

7. It’s a tie between Mountain Dew and Mountain Dew Code Red.

8. Dr. Brown’s Cream Soda.

9. Dr. Brown’s Root Beer.

10. Surge, which was gone for over a decade until Coca-Cola started selling it again last year…’

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*sell Killebrew Root Beer | The Killebrew Story killebrewrootbeer.com
“..Ingredients:pure natural spring water, high fructose corn sweetener, pure minnesota honey, carmel color, natural & artificial flavors and citric acid..”rootbeerbarrel.com

Non-Alcoholic Brewed Fresh!

Driftwood Draft Root Beer fitgersbrewhouse.com
brews, Growler, On Tap
“We brew this truly old fashioned soda one small batch at a time with pure Lake Superior Water. This Root Beer has the rich, creamy flavor that only comes from using pure Wisconsin honey direct from the combs. The dark, honeyed brew will build a delicious, frothy head when poured.”

1919 Classic American Draft Root Beer 1919rootbeer.com

“..The name 1919 Classic American Draft Root Beer signifies the year when hundreds of breweries were faced with the prospect of closing because of Prohibition (1919-1933).

In order to keep their breweries open, several resourceful Brewmasters chose to make near beer, elixirs, and sodas! This practice was continued only until Prohibition was repealed, and breweries went back to making beer.

1919 is brewed in small batches with only the finest ingredients…real granulated sugar ~ the sweetener of choice during the prohibition era ~ and real vanilla. Our unique recipe and these choice ingredients make 1919 the creamiest, full bodied, draft root beer available. In addition, 1919 is alcohol-free and contains no corn syrup, gluten, or caffeine.
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Question: Does 1919 contain corn syrup? My child is allergic to corn syrup.

1919 Classic American Draft Root Beer contains NO corn syrup.

Approximately 98% of sodas are made with corn syrup, which is much easier to use and less expensive than granulated sugar. Corn syrup was not developed until the 1970’s and true to our name and the era 1919 represents, we continue to use granulated sugar. Sugar is what gives 1919 the depth and consistency that is unique in the industry. It also makes 1919 taste so good!..”

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American Food: Spotlight-Salisbury Steak

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Salisbury Steak – YouTube

Crockpot Salisbury Steak Recipe (10 Minutes of Prep!) draxe.com
“…Salisbury steak is made from ground beef that’s mixed with breadcrumbs as well as seasonings like ketchup and Worcestershire sauce and then fried up. The patties are then smothered in a delicious brown gravy made with mushrooms and onions to finish it all off. Yum!..”

Homestyle Salisbury Steak
Complete Meals – Healthy Choice
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Banquet Salisbury Steak (frozen with gravy)
nutrition.healthgrove.com
“..
Food Group: Dishes & Prepared Food
Calories Per Serving: 180 cals
Serving Size: 1 each (128g)
Nutrient Score: B-…

Salisbury Steak (frozen patty, with gravy)

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