Standard American household Current is 220V single phase. Which comes into your house in two lines, each carrying 110/115 volts.Stay with me...Look at your circuit breaker box (or fuse box... whatever). There are two rows. Each is served by one of the 110/115 lines. If at least one of the circuits s…
Yes, but only a little bit at a time.
I wouldn't do it! Celery is made up of mainly water and it will get yucky when thawed out! Have you ever had lettuce freeze because the fridge was turned up too high?! I have and it ruined the lettuce!
No, vinegar does not help burn fat, you burn calories all the time even when you sleep. The more acive you are the more calories you burn, once the glucose available to your body is used up, your liver begins to break down fat into glucose so the body can use it. If you want to lose weight you simpl…
The common misconception is that celery contains "negative
calories." All foods contain calories. The way you must look at it
is how many calories does one stalk of celery contain, versus how
many calories it takes to digest it. According to the nutrition
data website, one 8 inch celery stalk contai…
No, as long as there is no herbicide or pesticide residue.
NO NO NO Not in any amounts
don't give them the stalks, but you can give him/her ONLY the leaves, only only only the leaves, the strings in to stalks can bind them up (constipate them)
The only listing found was Journey Across India (2007), produced by Bharatbala Productions, TriColor Films and MacGillivray Freeman Films. It was distributed by MacGillivray Freeman Films.
Of course there is no rule against it; however, you do not want to put certain things in your disposal. Potato peels can clog it, for instance. Also, throwing tea bags into your disposal is a bad idea as the strings on the teabags may wrap around the unit's hardware which can affect the performance…
in a refrigerator
jackrabbits are know to be real pests in gardens for eating herbs and shrubs
Answer:It depends on the vegetable. You can cut up carrots and celery and keep them in water in the fridge for a week or so.
There is a lot of talk about how they got there name. I once read that in a certain language 'Guinea' means small. Also most people think guinea pigs look like pigs when they walk and their squeak sounds similar to the noise a pig makes. So their name could mean 'Small Pig'.
it is bad if it is bad. if not, it is most likely good.
Ducks have no teeth so it would be difficult for them to chew it. I'd go with some nice iceberg lettuce.
If it's been more than 12 hours since your rabbit last ate, you need to take it to the vet immediately. There may be more than one cause for it to stop eating, but the most serious problem is that after a rabbit stops eating for so long, it goes into stasis, or ileus, and it's digestive system slows…
Possibly because they have not been picked when immature and artificially ripened with ethylene gas.
Yes horse can have celery. Not all horses will eat it, just like not all horses will eat apples and carrots.
Personally, I'd go with a cleaver. Its extra weight is great for getting through the hard nuts and the stringy celery fibers. Plus, at the end you can use the knife itself to scoop up the results and put them wherever you need them. I have a lot of knives in the kitchen, but find mysel…
Start by trimming each stalk, rinsing and placing them in a plastic bag rather than storing the bunch intact. Store in the bin in the refrigerator, well away from the sides and back of the fridge to prevent freezing which will ruin it. Sprinkle the celery occasionally to keep it crisp. If the celery…
fibre isn't digested and goes straight through your body and is passed out your rectum. celery is a fibrey substance
Most of the vascular plants have flowers, thus implying that they reproduce by seeds-gymnosperms. By contrast, non-vascular plants don't usually have flowers and thus reproduce by other means; for example, fungi reproduce by spores.
bramble, raspberry, evergreen oak, lettuce, Ficus, eucalyptus, possibly rose leaves, and many more kinds of leaves. I'm feeding my indian stick bugs ficus leaves and lettuce, they are all very healthy and strong.
It absorbs different wavelengths of visible light
Use a vegetable/potato peelerYou can also use a sharp knife. Place the knife at the end of the celery, under one of the stringy bits and pull up to peel it away.
The short answer is "no", but it depends on the bird.
The colour of canaries is influenced by the food they eat. For example, foods rich in beta-carotene (such as berries, tomato, sweet potato and carrots) are necessary for a red factor canary to maintain its colour. Colour supplements can be detri…
Edit-My sister and I are going through this trying to replicate pop-pop's recipe- they used Arnold's Toasting Bread growing up- and it's no longer made. It's all in the bread. Sister just tried using Strohmans King loaf and it was the first batch that tastes closest. Good luck.
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Unlike many other vegetables, celery is relatively high in salt (sodium). The average stalk of celery contains about 35 mg of sodium. Those on a diet of 1000 mg or less of sodium may wish to avoid celery and choose a lower-sodium vegetable.
New AnswerSame way to tone down the intense flavor of salmon; you marinate it in garlic, lemon peel, orange peel, honey, wine, soy sauce, & ginger for at least an hour before cooking it.
Old Answer The smell and taste associated with lamb are often described as "gamy" (pronounced…
the celery "stick" is the stem and the leaves at the top the leaves of the plant; both the leaves and stems are edible
Celery tastes salty because it naturally is. Celery has a high
amount of sodium for a vegetable, but it is a source of natural
sodium that may help with electrolyte balance.
It depends on whether the Jewish person likes celery or not.
Yes. When meat goes bad the colour may change and it gives of an odour you can't miss. You best bet is just to throw it out
Celery has vitamin C and other active compounds that includes phalides, which may lower cholesterol, and coumarins. Provides good health and may be useful in cancer prevention.
Celery apparently burns calories
it just makes it so you can c the water being taken from the stem throughout the plant and the reason it stays like that is cuz it pretty much stains the inside of the plant
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It due to diffusion of water known as osmosis
Calories in celery There are:
2 calories in 1 small stalk of celery (about 5" long)
6 calories in 1 medium stalk (about 7" to 8" long)
9 calories in 1 large stalk of celery (11" to 12 " long)
14 calories in 1 cup of chopped celery (3.6 oz)
16 calories in a 3Â½ oz or 100g serving of celery
A long green
because the water makes the celery's cells go flaccid (stiff or erect) and that is why celery goes hard after being in water.
around 1 - 1.5lbs for a full head of celery
I work in a hotel kitchen and we average small diced celery to weigh 6 ounces for every cup.So to answer your question I would recommend 3 ounces for every 1/2 cup of celery.
Celery is grown in Southern California in Ventura County.
Celery is grown in the ground; the celery sprouts above the soil.
Yes, food coloring will change the color of celery. To do this, leave it in a cup of water for three days, with the food coloring in the water.
It weighs half the amount 2 stalks of equal weight do. :)
A stalk (or some people call it a rib) is one of the long pieces that are attached at the bottom of the head of celery.
U. S. Department of Agriculture grades
What most people call a "bunch of celery," the USDA calls a "stalk;" and what most people call a "stalk of celery," they call a "branch…
Stalks of celery come in many sizes and shapes. Your best bet would be to get a scale and weight the stalk of celery in question your self.
Celery is healthy, but not in big chunks.
the stringiness can cause digestion problems so its best you cut it up into small pieces.
very good because its juicy so it keeps them hydrated(they still need water)
no, they can not. the strands of celery can wrap around the guinea pig intestine, making it impossible for them to digest their food properly. yes, Guinea Pigs can eat celery Yes, guinea pigs can eat some celery. It is not recommended to give them very much because it can cause gas an bloating. if …
Yes, many rabbits do enjoy celery, although if you are planning on giving them this make sure you cut it into pieces about one inch (2 cm) long. There is some talk that the strings can cause choking in rabbits, so cutting them into short pieces will avoid this concern. Also, only the dark-coloured c…
Among others...celery, asparagus, and chopped broccoli.
Yes - They can have small daily amount of carrots, cabbage, celery, cauliflower and broccoli. Don't forget the hamster mix and fresh fruits. Well I fed just a slither of celery to my hamster and it started running in circles and died the next day. do not feed them celery guys.
Celery is a vegetable.
The food color is absorbed by the celery from its roots, whatever color you put in the water affects the color of the celery.
No only sexual intercourse can do that. If she has a hymen it can break but that is not her virginity.
Try celery salt, if you have any.
There's ground up celery seeds in it..
That's what I'm going to do. I'll reply to this again to say if it was any good.
Hello,I had celery salt, but I needed celery seed. So I used a tea strainer and shook the celery seed through and the salt stayed behi…
Celery is a light green color. It grows in a stalk bunched together at the bottom with about a dozen other stalks. Each stalk looks like a hollow tube that has been cut in half longways with small grooves running down the outside. The hollow sides all face in toward the center of the bunch. Each sta…
you plant it
It is a myth that any food can "burn" calories. In fact, all foods and drinks (except for water) have caloris in them. A celery stalk has about 6 calories in it.
Yes, celery and lettuce contain calories. For the calorie content of both celery and lettuce, see the page links, further down this page, listed under Related Questions.
It is an excellent source of Vitamin C with all its health benefits. It also provides fibre and essential minerals such as Folacin and Potassium.
Yes they can and they love it, you will notice if you give them 1 stalk with leaves and all they will go straight to the leaves, :) the greener the better by the way :D
Celery is a good source of fiber and potassium. Celery is also a natural diuretic that stimulates urine production and can help eliminate excess fluids, thereby promoting good kidney and urinary tract health in your pet. If your dog is arthritic, try adding some celery juice or chopped pieces of cel…
Yes, but very very few.
To learn how many calories are in celery, see the page link, further down this page, listed under Related Questions.
Diuretic - Answer
carminative, stimulant, diuretic, tonic, nervine and aphrodisiac.
It is utilised as a tonic in combination with other herbs,
promoting restfulness, sleep and lack of hysteria and is excellent
in relieving rheumatism
Celery itself has fib…
putting waste of vegetables to cattle
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keep cold and ends in water
Celery helps your body, but you have to excercise. You can't lose weight by eating food.
yes they can idiot.Can you be a little more polite? What makes you think you're so smart? Maybe next time you answer someone you'll have some respect.
My Chinese medicine doctor recommends celery in a regime to reduce blood-pressure.
Vegetables no longer have 'seasons' in the UK - since most of them are imported, or grown in hot-houses - they're available all year round.Another answer:The UK imports about 60% of its vegetables and 90% of its fruit which means that 40% (nearly half) of UK vegetables are still grown in the United …
The edible cluster of long, green stalks grows upright from the crown of the celery plant. At the top of the stalks are leaves that look similar to Italian parsley
To chew the celery, you burn 2 to 3 calories.
there are two functions of a the celery strings in a celery stalk. One of those two functions is to carry water through the stalk. The other is to provide a backbone for the stalk while it grows.
California grows the most celery.
名 芹菜 动 黏著;坚持;困惑住 cel ri stik i probably got this wrongCelery is called 芹菜 qíncài --> celery (Apium graveolens) in Chinese language.
yes, it has xylem and phloem. i learned that in 5th grade.NO! The stem of the celery is actually the thin disk at the base of the stalks. The part we eat is all leaf; specifically, the stalk is a modified petiole - the part of the leaf that connects to the stem. Each stalk is 1 leaf with a top blade…
Celery consists of a leaf and a stalk.
Lots of pictures of celery via the Related Link.
No --- it is grown either from seeds or from the bottom of a stalk and grows above ground.
is celery vascular plant or nonvascularIt's vascular
CeleryToday, celery is a popular herb and vegetable in Europe. The roots, leaves are used for garnishing purposes as well as can be cooked for eating as a vegetable. Hindi Name: Shalari, Ajmud, Randhuni Botanical name Apium graveolens L Coriander hindi name: dhaniya Botanical name (Coriandrum…
i need information on celery strings
In Hindi, celery is ajavā'ina. Celery is one of the world's most
healthy food. The plants are raised from seed, sown either in a hot
bed or in the open garden according to the season of the year.
The appropriate culinary terminology is "rib" for one piece/stick, and "stalk" for the entire thing/bunch/head. This does not reflect common usage, however, so use caution in interpreting recipes.
These terms, however, are not used consistently even by food professionals. "Celery stalk," in American…
Yes celery is healthy for you. It gives you vitamins and energy. Its also very good. One cup of celery is a meager 16 calories, but provides a generous 5% DV helping of vitamin C, 9%DV of vitamin A, and whopping 45% DV of vitamin K. These are all essential nutrients for the body to function properl…
No. By consuming celery, you still are consuming calories.
No. I give it my guinea pigs it all the time and they have never had diarrhoea. Hope this helps x