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Spices and Herbs

Aromatic substances of vegetable origin used as a preservative Used to add flavor and zest to foods Not all spices are hot like many may think, but most do add flavor. Spices are sold in whole and ground forms, with ground being the most popular. 3 slajd On the picture you can see some example of spices: Caraway, cayenne, cloves, chili po...

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Topic – Australia

Although mainly crepuscular and nocturnal, wombats will also venture out to feed on cool or overcast days. They are not as easily seen as many animals, but leave ample evidence of their passage, treating fences as a minor inconvenience to be gone through or under and leaving distinctive cubic scats. Wombats are herbivores, their diet consisting mostly of grasses, sedges, herbs , bark and roots. The Tasmanian devil and the Tasmanian wolf are the only carnivores among marsupials and are almost extinct. Tasmanian devil is a size of a small dog, but stocky and muscular, the Tasmanian Devil is the largest carnivorous marsupial in the world. It is characterised by its black fur, offensive odour when stressed, extremely loud and disturbing screech, and viciousness when feeding. It is known to both hunt prey and sc...

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Word formation for advanced level

relief.(EFFECT) 2. Come rain, wind or shine these snapdragons give a superb display over an ....................... long period. (EXCEPTION) 3. Dreaming of a beautiful home for your ........................... .(RETIRE)? Enjoy lifetime ownership of a luxury home for an ................. price.(AFFORD) 4. The post-war decline in beer ......................... was practically halted last year. (CONSUME) 5. Better is a dinner of herbs where love is, than a stalled ox and ..................therewith.(HATE) 6. In the first quarter of the 18th century people began to realise the ......................... of hygiene to public health.(IMPORTANT) 7. The ....................collapse of the Roman Empire lasted for nearly three hundred years before its final dissolution in AD 476.(GRADE) 8. Jamie's ....................of the night's events is hazy but the tabloids will refresh his memory. (RECOLLE...

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The Middle Ages

Once married, a woman had to accept her husband children, preferably sons. The wife of a noble had other responsibilities. When her lord was away, she was in charge of the manor & the village lands, the servants & villagers, the harvest & animals. She had to defend the manor when attacked, to run the household, welcome visitors, store enough food for winter, was expected to have knowledge of herbs & plants to make medicine, visit the poor & the sick etc. She had little time for her own children who were often sent away at the age of 8, the boys to ,,be made into men". The peasant women were busy making food, cloth, clothes, worked in the fields, looked after children, geese, pigs, sheep, made cheese & grew vegetables. The family home was dark & smelly, the animals often shared the family shelter at night. A woman's position improved wh...

British history (suurbritannia... - Keskkool
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Temperate deciduous forests, woodlands and shrub

There are often some evergreens, such as hemlock, spruce, and fir growing amongst them. Decidous forests have usually 3-5 layers of plants; Top layer, or canopy: tall deciduous trees. Although the canopy is quite thick, it does allow sunlight to reach the forest floor, which encourages the other layers to grow. The 2nd layer: saplings and shorter kinds of trees The 3rd layer, or understorey: shrubs. The 4th layer: forest herbs , such as wildflowers and berries. In spring, before the leaves develop on the deciduous trees, these herbs bloom and grow quickly while they are getting a lot of sunlight. The 5th layer: mosses and lichens that grow on tree trunks. Lianas such as wild grape, poison ivy, and Virginia creeper climb the trees to flower and fruit high in the forest canopy. Plant adaptations: The plants have adapted so that they can survive in this biome. The...

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Native Americans

¤ over 500 nations/tribes ¤ closeness to nature ¤ europeans came for the free land ¤ less civilized ¤ they lived in teepee's ¤ they hunted buffalos for food, clothing BERENGIA- Land Bridge connecting Asia (Siberia) to Alaska 1500 km wide North to South 65 000 B.P (before the present) rised out of the sea to 40 000 B.P a wave when people came from west. 36 000-32 000 B.P arrived p...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Metsatüübid

Loopealsed 2. Nõmmemetsad 3. Palumetsad 4. Laanemetsad 5. Salumetsad 6. Soovikumetsad 7. Rabastuvad metsad 8. Rohusoometsad 9. Samblasoometsad 10. Kõdusoometsad ALVAR FORESTS ­LOOPEALSED METSAD This groupof types includes forests of low productivity and with a peculiar xeromesophilous ground vegetation, which grow on a layer of limestone, gr...

Inglise keel - Eesti Maaülikool
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Easter traditions in Estonia

Easter traditions in Estonia Easter traditions are rather young in Estonia. Our grandmothers took the eastern habits from BalticGermans without taking over the meanings ­ painted eggs just seemed so beautiful. So for us, their grandchildren, painting eggs has no connection with religion traditions. It is more like a way of expressing one's creativity. We use di...

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Estonian national dish

Sauerkraut Sauerkraut is finely shredded cabbage that has been fermented by various lactic acid bacteria, including Leuconostoc, Lactobacillus, and Pediococcus. It has a long shelf-life and a distinctive sour flavor, both of which result from the lactic acid that forms when the bacteria ferment the sugars in the cabbage. It is therefore not to be confuse...

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Greec wedding traditions

The bride's father does the same thing to his friends and family and the bride goes around the village on Saturday, but instead of wine she gives out sweets. Before the weddings there are all sorts of traditions. It all starts with raising a wedding flag at the groom's house. Then people come with the flag to the bride's house, where the bride's mother offers the groom wine and herbs for his lapel. After that the bride leaves for church with one male relative and the rest of the quests follow her to church on foot. It is also a custom that the bride's male relatives slap the groom on his back, it is known as a way of welcoming the groom into the family. Another tradition before the weddings is a "baby rolling" tradition. During this thing the friends' and relatives' babies are being gently rolled from one side to another on the matri...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Greek cousine

Greek cousine Moussaka, souvlaki, houmous Overview A great variety of dishes Symposiums, the Epicurean philosophers Archestratos in 330 B.C. 4,000 years of tradition Overview The ancient element of Greek cuisine Wheat. Important vegetables Flavoringsoregano, mint, garlic, dill and bay laurel leaves. Overview "Sweet" spices in c...

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Referat

Sugar cane comes from the Pacific Islands The first was to prepare the sugar cane (saccharum officinarum). Herb, which evolved into a cane, came from the Pacific Ocean from individual smaller islands, such as Polynesia and Melanesia. Experts have identified the origin of these herbs of 10 000 - 15 000 years ago, then. The original plant was on those from the smaller islands in Indonesia, India and China about 8,000 years ago and is now extinct. Today's sugar cane can grow up to six meters in height. Sugar cane growing tropical and subtropical climates. Since sugar cane requires a lot of water and heat, it can be grown only in southern Europe, including Spain, Portugal and Madeira. The world's largest sugar cane produce...

Inglise keel - Kutsekool
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Punane kärbseseen

PUNANE KÄRBSESEEN REFERAAT 2 SISUKORD SISSEJUHATUS 3 1. SEENERIIK 4 1.1. Seentest üldiselt 4 1.2. Kes külvab seeni? 5 2. P...

Bioloogia - Põhikool
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Tartu Hanseatic Days

Tartu Hanseatic Days Tartu Hanseatic Days are celebrated every year from 17th to 19th July. For three days the Old Town of Tartu is filled with Hanseatic merchants and different workshops. People dress up in different medieval clothes and have a great time. The Hanseatic days are held so people could test their skills, learn more about their history and just have fu...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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ITALY NATIONAL KITCHEN

Many dishes that were once regional, however, have proliferated with variations across the country. Cheese and wine are a major part of the cuisine, with many variations and Denominazione di origine controllata (DOC) (regulated appellation) laws. Coffee, specifically espresso, has become important in Italian cuisine. Essential Italian herbs and spices in the Essential Italian food in the kitchen: kitchen: * Garlic * Olive oil * Prosciutto ham * Basil * Tomato * Rukola * Onions * Anchovy * Oregano * Capers * Rosemary...

Inglise keel - Kutsekool
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Referaat "Bedouins"

2. Bedouin Hospitally Bedouin people are excellent hosts and are well known for looking after guests and making them feel welcome. This is part of a tradition that has been passed down generation after generation. Firstly there is the famous bedouin tea, made from tea leaf with sugar, and desert herbs of habuck and marmaraya. This gives it a distinctive flavour.It is customary as soon as a guest arrives to get the tea on the fire, whilst sharing stories and news. The second part of the hospitality always involves food, Bedouin people will always make sure their guest are well refreshed with tea, water and traditional bedouin food. This includes delicious bedouin bread cooked on an open fire, rice and either a meat, fish or vegetable dis...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikakõrgkool
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Estonian cuisine

Two of Estonia's oldest breweries are A. Le Coq, founded in 1807, and Saku Brewery, founded in 1820. Other dairy products besides milk (Estonian: piim) include keefir and also hapupiim and pett, which are variations on the theme of buttermilk. Summer and Spring Traditionally in summer and spring, Estonians like to eat everything fresh - berries, herbs , vegetables and everything else that comes straight from the garden. Hunting and fishing were common in the history. Nowadays, they have remained as popular pastimes. It is popular to barbecue in the summer. Winter and Christmas During winter jams, preserves and pickles are brought to the table. During the past, when the economy was largely agricultural, the gathering and conserving of fruits, mushrooms and vegetables for winter was essential....

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Different types of forests and their forms of usage.

Different types of forests and their forms of usage TARTU 2010 Forest A forest (also called a wood, woodland, wold, weald, holt, frith) is an area with a high density of trees. Forests cover approximately 30% of land and 9.4% of all the planet earth. They are also responsible for regulating our planet's climate and act as large purifiers of...

Geograafia - Keskkool
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Noorte tervisekäitumine

Keskkool NOORTE TERVISEKÄITUMINE Uurimustöö Kristina Davõdova 12.B klass Juhendaja:...

Psühholoogia - Põhikool
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The Great Plague In London

People thought that the plague was spread by birds. There may have been a belief that if they dressed in a bird mask, they will have the ability to draw the plague away from the victim and onto the habiliment the plague doctor wore. The gas helmet also included eyepieces which were made out of red glass. People thought those who wore that mask would be safe from evil. The beak of the helmet was filled with aromatic herbs and spices to overpower the miasmas or "bad air" which was also thought to carry the plague. At the very least, it may have dulled the smell of unburied corpses, sputum, and ruptured in plague victims. (Grand Gallimaufry homepage: http:sylvaansuz.wordpress.com20091209the-plague-doctors-garb) The overcoat worn by the plague doctor was tucked in behind the beak mask at the neckline to minimize skin exposure. It extended to the feet, and was often...

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