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fattening

The thickening of paint in a partially filled can after standing for a period of time.
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To stimulate discussion regarding how consumers conceptualised 'fattening' foods, various food items were presented to the groups, and participants were asked to consider whether that particular food was 'fattening' and to describe the reasoning on which they based their decision.
A senior Department of Agriculture spokesman revealed yesterday: "While these illegal fattening drugs can increase the value of an animal, the beef can prove lethal for people with a heart condition.
It was determined that predictive models based upon MARS algorithm explained virtually all of variability in the final fattening weight (FFW) for each gender when model assessment criteria (viz.
Experiment 1: Energy requirement of Dorper and Hu crossbred ewes during early fattening period
Gohar explains that traditional methods are not viable in large fattening facilities, adding that the company owns a cow, buffalo and calf fattening facility.
Bananas are fattening Fiction: A medium banana contains 0.3g of fat.
Experts at the Loyola University Health System have said that the health hazards of too much revelry include drunk walking, fattening holiday drinks and the surprising ways that alcohol is bad for you.
For swine, the average fattening pig feed price was recorded at 20.70 euros/100 kg, up 1.7% on month.
However, they did find those with the genetic variation were more likely to choose the fattening foods, meaning a higher calorie intake.
The following four substances will thus be removed from the EU register of permitted feed additives as of January: Monensin sodium (used for cattle for fattening), Salinomycin sodium (used for piglets and pigs for fattening), Avilamycin (used for piglets, pigs for fattening, chickens for fattening and turkeys), and lavophospholipol (used for rabbits, laying hens, chickens for fattening, turkeys, piglets, pigs, calves and cattle for fattening).
But the 40 per cent fruit and nuts mean it is still quite a fattening breakfast.