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SI 520 Lab 10a

SI 520 Lab 10a

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33 Of The healThiesTfOOds On earTh
Is it possible to live to 125 or maybe 150? It’scertainly a possibility, as discussed on OprahWinfrey’s recent show on longevity. She visitedme at my farm to learn how, at 86, I am enjoying the robust health, energy, and mental creativityof someone many decades younger. My secret:large quantities of fruit and vegetables, plus anhour of daily exercise.No pills, not even aspirin, and certainly nosupplements ever enter my mouth -- everything 
I need comes from my sh-vegetarian diet,
which incorporates 30-40 different kinds of fruitand vegetables every week. Even though I amChairman and Owner of Dole Food Company, Ido most of my own grocery shopping, and eventook Oprah on an impromptu trip to Costco,in a day that included bike riding, exercise inthe gym, and juicing vegetables in the kitchen.Oprah marveled at how much I eat, and yetnever gain a pound. In fact, I expend a lot of energy in my 50-60 minutes of cardio andstrength training every day. Plus there’s thefact that fruit and vegetables tend to be lower
in calories, but higher in lling ber and othernutrients that help you feel satised.
By eating many fruits and vegetables in placeof fast food and junk food, people could avoidobesity. Obesity accelerates aging even faster
than smoking, according to scientic research.
We created the North Carolina Research
Campus to study the health benets of fruits
and vegetables. It is the only campus in theworld encompassing eight universities all
working together for the benet of health
and longevity. These include Duke University,UNC Chapel Hill, NC State University, UNCCharlotte, North Carolina Central University,NC A&T State University, UNC Greensboroand Appalachian State University. We’vegathered a comprehensive array of famous
scientists and scientic equipment under one
roof, including a two-story, 950 megahertz,8-ton superconducting magnet. It is the largestand most powerful magnet in the world andwill help us look at both plant and human cellsat the most minute level. We are constantlydoing research on all fruit and vegetables,including the ones listed below, which are themainstay of my diet.
333 of the Healthiest Foods on Earth SI 5202
Yield: 2 servings1 sheet (9 1/2 x 10-inch) puff pastry (sold ingrocery freezer sections or make your ownpuff pastry)1 egg beaten with 1 tablespoon milk1 tablespoon butter 2 Fuji apples, peeled, cored and cut into 1/4-in thick slices2 teaspoons sugar 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon3 tablespoons seedless raspberry jam1 eight ounce container lowfat vanillayogurt 1/4 cup water Confectioner’s sugar 
by Washington AppleCommision
On oured surface, roll puff pastry into 14 x 10-
inch rectangle. Cut pastry into two 7 x 10-inchpieces. Using a ruler to guide pastry wheel, cuteach half into 22 seven-inch long strips about1/4-inch wide.To make lattice heart, lay 11 pastry strips, 1/8-inch apart and parallel, across an ungreasedbaking sheet. One by one, weave 11 more stripsthrough parallel strips to create lattice square.Cut out center of lattice with a 4 or 5-inchheart-shaped cookie cutter or stencil and discardtrimmings. Refrigerate heart 10 minutes.Heat oven to 400 deg. F. Brush hearts with egg mixture and bake 15 minutes or until goldenbrown. In skillet, melt butter and add appleslices, sugar and cinnamon. Cover and cook,stirring occasionally, for 20 minutes or untiltender. Stir in one tablespoon of jam.To serve, blend yogurt and water. Divide mixturebetween two large serving plates. Mound appleslices in center. Dip edges of each heart intoconfectioner’s sugar and place atop apples.To make heart-shaped designs in the sauce, heatremaining jam in microwave for thirty seconds.Drop dots of jam onto sauce. Drag a toothpick tip through center of each dot to make heart.
533 of the Healthiest Foods on Earth SI 5204
1/2 lemon6 cups water 4 springs fresh parsley1 bay leaf 5 whole black peppercorns1 teaspoon dried thyme2 large artichokesfor the Yogurt Mustard:1/2 cup plain nonfat yogurt 1 teaspoon Dijon-Stlye mustrard 1/8 teaspoon lemon pepper 1 teaspoon red wine vinegar 2 tabel spoons minced shallot 
arTiChOkeswiTh yOgurT
by Hanna Jung 
Put the lemon, water, parsley, bay leaf,peppercorns, and thyme in a large pot. Bring toa boil over high heat. While the water is boiling,prepare the artichokes Slice 1/4 inch off the top
of each artichoke. Cut the stems off each, ush
with the base, and clip the sharp point at the tipof each leaf with scissors. Put the artichokesinto the boiling water, cover, and cook until theleaves can be pulled from the stem easily, 40 to50 minutes.In the meantime, combine yogurt, Digionmustard, lemon pepper,wine vinegar, andshallotsin a blender and mix at high speed untilsmooth. Transfer the dressing to a small serving bowl and place it in the center of a large platter.When the artichokes are done, slice them in half vertically and remove the fuzzy inner chokes.Arrange the artichoke halves cut side downaround the yogurt mustard on the platter.

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