|Lick the Sugar Habit|
|by Nancy, Ph.D. Appleton|
In this eye-opening book, Dr. Appleton shows how sugar upsets the body chemistry and devastates the immune system--leading to a host of diseases.
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For Flowers: Dip flowers ... then dip into sugar. Let stand ... until the coating is set or overnight. Decorate meat plates or desserts. Grapes can be eaten.
In a small ... 1 cup sugarfine sugar into another small ... outer petals. Dip flowers in egg white; ... do not eat. Should be used for decorations only!
For violet, lilac, ... edible sweet smelling flower: make an ... add 3 cups sugar and boil hard ... fun to collect the blossoms on a pleasant summer walk.
Cream together the ... mixture in the flower pot. Top with ... should look like potting soil on top. Add artificial flowers and gummy worms for decoration.
Mix instant pudding ... 1 cup confectioners' sugar. Blend with ... rolling pin). Layer flower pot as follows: ... finished. Insert plastic flowers as desired (use ... - or leave overnight.
Violet flower juice: Tightly pack ... full of violet flowers. Fill the ... boil and add sugar all at once. ... and seal. Makes approximately 5 1/2 pints.
Line flower pot with heavy ... cream cheese, powdered sugar and butter. Mix ... "dirt". Refrigerate pot. When ready to serve, garnish with artificial flowers.
Wash flower pots; bake in ... flour, the yeast, sugar, and salt ... Bake in preheated 375 degree oven until golden, 50 to 55 minutes. Cool on wire rack.
Wash flower pots, bake dry ... cups flour with sugar and salt. Add ... pots, slice the bread crosswise - not lengthwise - for easy serving at the meal.)
Select fresh flowers, being careful ... liquid, add remaining ingredients and let stand 3 weeks until fermented. Strain, bottle and seal. Makes 8 pints.
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