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LITTLE
RISK
TUB MARGARINE
STEROL-ESTER MARGARINE
MARGARINE CONTAINING
SOFT MARGARINES
SOFT MARGARINE
STICK MARGARINE
MARGARINE CONSUMPTION
SUBSTITUTE
MANUFACTURE
PROCESS
CHICKEN
MIX
HARDENED
MELTED
CUPS
HEALTHY DIET
WATER
SUGAR
GHEE
DAIRY PRODUCTS
BOIL
BREAD
WHEAT GERM
DAILY DOSE
ICE CREAM
OIL
WHALE OIL
PREHEAT OVEN
PLANT OILS
SUNFLOWER
CANOLA
GRANULATED SUGAR
CHOLESTEROL
PALM OIL
LARD
BAKED GOODS
SATURATED FAT
CANOLA OIL
EGGS
PRODUCTS
PRODUCTION
FORTIFIED
LUBRICANTS
COSMETICS
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Definitions

  1. Margarine is a water in-oil emulsion similar to butter in texture and appearance. (Web site)
  2. Margarine is made from an ester of a long chain carboxylic acid containing carbon to carbon double bonds. (Web site)
  3. Most margarine is made from vegetable fat and provides no dietary cholesterol.

Little

  1. For decades they had been skimping on butter, even though margarine tasted little better than salty Vaseline.

Risk

  1. A high intake of margarine is also significantly related to an increased risk of macular degeneration.

Tub Margarine

  1. At the table, use tub margarine instead of butter. (Web site)

Sterol-Ester Margarine

  1. In subjects with primary hypercholesterolemia, statin and sterol-ester margarine used together produce a purely additive effect on LDL cholesterol reduction. (Web site)

Margarine Containing

  1. Blended with unhydrogenated liquid soybean oil, the high pressure processed oil produced margarine containing 5 to 6% trans fat. (Web site)

Soft Margarines

  1. Use liquid vegetable oils and soft margarines in place of hard margarine or shortening.

Soft Margarine

  1. The best fats are polyunsaturated fats such as vegetable oils and soft margarine (look for those labeled "zero trans fat"). (Web site)

Stick Margarine

  1. If you use margarine, choose a "light" or "diet" margarine and a tub margarine instead of stick margarine. (Web site)
  2. Liquid vegetable oil, soft margarine, and trans fatty acid-free margarine are preferable to butter, stick margarine, or shortening. (Web site)

Margarine Consumption

  1. Margarine consumption is linked to increased risk of unfavorable changes in cholesterol levels 95 and heart disease.

Substitute

  1. Use soft margarine as a substitute for butter, and choose soft margarines (liquid or tub varieties) over harder stick forms.

Manufacture

  1. Hydrogenation of vegetable oils during the manufacture of margarine and shortenings used in baking results in cis- to trans-isomerization. (Web site)
  2. Baleen whale oil was used in the manufacture of margarine and cooking oils.

Process

  1. The fully automated system will be designed to enable Tine to continuously process both butter and margarine spreads in the same production facility.

Chicken

  1. Combine the melted butter or margarine, honey, mustard, salt and curry powder and pour the mixture over the chicken. (Web site)

Mix

  1. Mix together all ingredients except fish and margarine. (Web site)

Hardened

  1. The technology by which liquid vegetable oils could be hardened to make margarine was first discovered by a French chemist named Sabatier. (Web site)

Melted

  1. Stir in margarine or butter till melted. (Web site)
  2. When margarine has melted and is sizzling, add half the bananas; brown them, about 3 minutes per side. (Web site)

Cups

  1. To determine if the machine is adequately calibrated, a sample of n = 25 cups of margarine is chosen at random and the cups are weighed. (Web site)

Healthy Diet

  1. Although consuming fats is necessary for a healthy diet, try to limit consumption of trans-fats (margarine and shortening). (Web site)

Water

  1. Mix all ingredients, except margarine, with water to make a creamy batter.

Sugar

  1. Melt the margarine in the water then add 2 cups white sugar. (Web site)
  2. So a simple mixture of flour, margarine and sugar was used to make the top of the crumble.
  3. In the bowl of a mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, combine the dairy free margarine, sugar, mashed bananas and vanilla until smooth. (Web site)

Ghee

  1. Ghee. Clarified butter or margarine much used in Northern Indian cookery.
  2. Turkish producer and exporter of vegetable oils, ghee, and margarine for consumers, as well as specialty fats for the food service sector.

Dairy Products

  1. Dairy products such as margarine, yoghurt and milk have proved popular carriers for these. (Web site)
  2. Other dairy products, such as butter and margarine, can keep for months.
  3. Some provinces and territories have additional requirements for certain commodities such as dairy products, margarine, bottled water, and maple syrup. (Web site)

Boil

  1. Bring to a boil until margarine melts and sugar is dissolved. (Web site)
  2. Meanwhile bring water, peas, hot dogs, and margarine to boil in large saucepan.
  3. Heat the maple syrup, margarine, cinnamon and cider until just warm (do not boil). (Web site)

Bread

  1. One study found that the four main sources of trans fatty acids in women's diets come from margarine, meat (beef, pork, or lamb), cookies, and white bread.
  2. The traditional dishes are now less common in the Maldives as western items like bread, sandwiches, margarine, jam, noodles and pasta are introduced.
  3. Look for other calcium fortified foods at your grocery store such as cereals, margarine, and even bread.

Wheat Germ

  1. It is also found in margarine, butter, wheat germ, whole grain products, and leafy vegetables such as spinach and cabbage. (Web site)

Daily Dose

  1. The daily dose of treatment provided 10 mg of policosanols mixed with 10 g of margarine (Becel, Canada) and was served on a slice of bread.

Ice Cream

  1. Cheese, butter, yogurt, ice cream and some brands of margarine have casein.
  2. Almost anyone born before 1960 ate whale - in margarine or ice cream - wore it as a cosmetic or fed it to their pets.

Oil

  1. The process of making the curry starts with sautéeing chopped vegetables and meat in oil, margarine, or butter.
  2. The nut provides oil for cooking and making margarine. (Web site)
  3. Their oil was used to make margarine and cooking oils, whilst their baleen was used to stiffen corsets, as parasol ribs and to crease paper. (Web site)

Whale Oil

  1. Whale oil is also known to be used in the manufacturing of cosmetics and even margarine.

Preheat Oven

  1. Preheat oven to 350º F. Bake the chicken for 8 minutes, basting with margarine twice.

Plant Oils

  1. Vitamin K is also found in plant oils and margarine, with soybean and canola oils having the highest amounts. (Web site)

Sunflower

  1. Even many proprietary brands of margarine marketed as soya, sunflower or olive oil spreads can contain dairy produce. (Web site)

Canola

  1. Cooking oils and margarine come from corn, soybean, canola, safflower, sunflower, olive and others.

Granulated Sugar

  1. In the bowl of a mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, combine dairy free margarine, brown sugar and granulated sugar. (Web site)

Cholesterol

  1. On day 25, subjects were administered 10 g of margarine spread on a slice of bread providing a dose of 75 mg of [3,4- 13 C] cholesterol. (Web site)
  2. For many years, vegetable margarine was recommended as a substitute, since it is higher in unsaturated fat and contains little or no cholesterol. (Web site)

Palm Oil

  1. They can be found in some vegetable oils like coconut oil or palm oil, in hard margarine and cooking fats. (Web site)

Lard

  1. Butter and margarine, for example, are right out, as are lard and olive oil. (Web site)
  2. Limit solid fats like butter, stick margarine, shortening, and lard, as well as foods that contain these. (Web site)

Baked Goods

  1. Lecithin, for example, is used as an emulsifier in chocolate, ice cream, margarine, and baked goods.

Saturated Fat

  1. Butter is high in saturated fat, while margarine tends to have more unsaturated fat. (Web site)

Canola Oil

  1. Fry meat over low to medium heat in skillet with canola oil or margarine. (Web site)
  2. Substitute olive or canola oil for butter or stick margarine. (Web site)

Eggs

  1. It is found in dairy products, eggs and fortified foods like margarine and some breakfast cereals, and can be made by the action of sunlight on the skin. (Web site)
  2. Best food sources: Vegetable oils, margarine, eggs, fish, whole-grain cereals, dried beans. (Web site)
  3. Blend flour, margarine, chiles, cheese and sour cream with eggs.

Products

  1. These margarine products have been approved as heart healthy foods when they are used as part of a healthy diet.
  2. Exporter of a variety of products, including powdered milk, margarine, alcoholic beverages, canned fruits and vegetables, and canned fish.

Production

  1. The principal attraction of whaling was the whale's blubber, which yielded oil ideal for lamp oil and, much later, in the production of margarine.

Fortified

  1. Best sources of vitamin D are: fortified milk, sunlight, fish, eggs, butter, and fortified margarine. (Web site)

Lubricants

  1. Historically, demand for whale blubber, mostly oil used in the manufacture of margarine, soaps, and lubricants, and as a substitute for kerosene, was high.

Cosmetics

  1. The commercial whaling era killed millions of whales and made them into lubricants, cosmetics, margarine, and meal.
  2. Tallow Solid fat of sheep and cattle separated from the membranous tissues Waxed paper, margarine, soaps, crayons, candles, rubber, cosmetics. (Web site)
  3. Palm oil is in crackers, toothpaste, margarine, detergents and cosmetics. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Home > Cooking > Foods > Butter
  2. Vegetable Oils
  3. Nutrition > Nutrients > Fats > Shortening
  4. Nutrition > Nutrients > Fats > Trans Fat
  5. Hydrogenation

Related Keywords

    * Brown Sugar * Butter * Cereals * Cream * Fat * Fats * Foods * Hydrogenation * Margarines * Mayonnaise * Oils * Plant Sterols * Salad Dressings * Shortening * Trans Fat * Vegetable Oil * Vegetable Oils
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