Romaine Lettuce

Romaine Lettuce Notes
by Another Another Storyteller

This stylish notebook has 108 pages, measuring at 6 x 9 inches. It has a Matte, Sturdy Paperback Cover, perfect bound, for a beautiful look and feel. This notebook is perfect to any note taker, artist, journalist, scholar, teacher or office for that fun look! Great gift for kids, teens, men and women. Makes a perfect holiday, graduation or celebration gift!

Realistic Romaine Lettuce Coloring Book
by Louise Howard

Number of pages: 24Number of images: 21Book dimensions: 21.59 x 27.94cm (8.6′ x 11′)

The World’s Healthiest Foods
by George Mateljan

This book answers the question about what to eat to keep you healthy. It focuses on the World’s Healthiest Foods, 100 delicious foods that are nutrient-rich, providing the maximum number of nutrients for the least amount of calories. The book is an inspiration not only for those who want to achieve vibrant health and energy but for those who also want a healthier way to lose weight by making the World’s Healthiest Foods the foundation of their Healthiest Way of Eating. The World’s Healthiest Foods are among the most flavorful foods in the world-so you can now eat healthier without sacrificing taste! This book provides innovative new ways to maximize the nutritional value of the World’s Healthiest Foods while minimizing preparation time through quick and easy recipes that anyone can make. Most recipes take 7 minutes or less to prepare!

Studies of Wound-induced Phenylpropanoid Metabolism in Fresh-cut Romaine Lettuce and Its Modification by Heat Shock
by Reinaldo Ismael Campos

“Wounding induces significant changes in the phenylpropanoid metabolism and therefore the quality of fresh-cut lettuce. A putative wound signal is though to be produced by wounding that stimulates phenylpropanoid metabolism; the first enzyme of which is phenylalanine ammonia-lyase (PAL). Exogenous applications of some currently known stress signaling molecules (i.e., jasmonic acid (JA), methyl jasmonate (MeJA), abscisic and salicylic acid) to fully mature leaves o f Romaine lettuce did not induce changes in PAL activity similar to that induced by wounding. However, application of JA, MeJA, or SA to the less mature, central leaves increased PAL activity; although the increase was far below that induced by wounding. The wound signal(s) produced in fresh-cut lettuce that induces PAL activity remains unknown.

Lettuce Recipes
by Olivia Smith

Lettuce (lactuca sativa) is an annual plant of the daisy family, asteraceae. It is most often grown as a leaf vegetable, but sometimes for its stem and seeds. Lettuce is most often used for salads, although it is also seen in other kinds of food, such as soups, sandwiches and wraps; it can also be addition to its main use as a leafy green, it has also gathered religious and medicinal significance over centuries of human consumption. Lettuce is a rich source of vitamin k and vitamin a, and a moderate source of folate and iron. Contaminated lettuce is often a source of bacterial, viral, and parasitic outbreaks in humans, including e. Coli and salmonella.

Depending on the variety, lettuce is an excellent source (20% of the daily value, dv, or higher) of vitamin k (97% dv) and vitamin a (21% dv) (table), with higher concentrations of the provitamin a compound, beta-carotene, found in darker green lettuces, such as romaine. With the exception of the iceberg variety, lettuce is also a good source (10-19% dv) of folate and iron (table).

Try our lettuce recipes and be healthy and enjoy.

This book contains lettuce recipes like…

Eggs Wilted Lettuce

Mushrooms Lettuce Cups

Chicken Lettuce Cups

Cranberry Almond Lettuce Salad

Cauliflower and Lettuce Salad and many more….

The BBQ Queens’ Big Book of BBQ
by Karen Adler, Judith Fertig

Don’t let the tiaras fool you: Adler and Fertig may advocate having fun while cooking, but they are serious about barbecue. They just know that women approach barbecuing differently than men: thinking about the whole meal, how to prep efficiently, how to energize leftovers, how to get creative with their recipes. The authors present all the basics, from ingredients and equipment to technique and preparations. Then they expand the repertoire by offering a variety of marinades, sauces, sides, and more sophisticated recipes. Factor in their queenly charm and wit, and you’ll have as great a time reading as you do barbecuing.

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