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According to HPKK.org:

Potassium is very important in the human body. Along with sodium, it regulates the water balance and the acid-base balance in the blood and tissues. Potassium enters the cell more readily than does sodium and instigates the brief sodium-potassium exchange across the cell membranes.Jul 17, 2011

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You would first need to further elaborate on what exactly is wrong with it. What's not working with it, what is it doing.. what is it not doing..?

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Some Fruits and Vegetables name start with letter I:
1.Ice Cream Bean,
2.Ilama
3.Illawarra Plum
4.Imbe fruit
5.Indian almond
6. IIta Palm
7. Iceberg lettuce
8. Iron bark Pumpkin
9. Ice Plant
10.Italian tomatoes
and much more.....

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baits or pots
cant see any pomegranate specific sprays ... off the shelf
fruit fly land and burrow quick

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Cooking | Answered 3 days ago


Typically, vegetables have a low glycemic index. Most vegetables like onions, tomatoes, broccoli, carrots, eggplants, lettuce, and more have low GI. Only vegetables with medium and high GI are beetroot (medium GI) and parsnips, pumpkins and potatoes (high GI).

Cooking | Answered on Dec 06, 2018


Hi Stewart,

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Microsoft... | Answered on Dec 03, 2018

Tip

Is Chewing Gum Bad for your Teeth?


Is Chewing Gum Bad for your Teeth?
Chewing Gum is a very popular habit. Some people use it as a way of eating less, some use it as a teeth cleaning method after meals and some just like it.
But the question often asked is whether chewing gum helps or harms your teeth.
Professionals and dieticans all weigh-in with their opinions about the effects of chewing gum.
Here are some of the arguments:
Some studies show that gum stimulates the production of saliva which naturally washes the teeth, neutralizing acid which is the cause of cavaties.
Most chewing gums contain a sweetner of some kind. These can cause damage to the teeth, especially if you chew them often.
Artificially sweeteened chewing gum definately has a less damaging effect on teeth.
If you chew gum that is sweetened with sugar, the negative effects are cancelled out if you keep the gum in your mouth for a longer period of time.
In conclusion, opinions are divided over the benefits and downsides of chewing gum. If you are a regular gum chewer, make sure you use sugar free products and check with your dentist about any potential damage.

on Nov 30, 2018 | Cooking


Hazelnuts, pecan, walnut, cashew, or just add dark chocolate chips instead.

Cooking | Answered on Nov 26, 2018


YOU CAN COOK IT WHERE EVER YOU WANT WE CAN NOT DIRECT YOU ANY DIFFERENT

Cooking | Answered on Nov 23, 2018


https://www.google.com/search?q=how+long+do+you+cook+a+21+pound+turkey&oq=how+long+do+you+cook+a+21+pound+turkey&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.8428j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

How to Cook a 21.5-Pound Turkey at 325 Degrees Fahrenheit ...


https://www.livestrong.com > Food and Drink

Nov 20, 2017 - Expect it to take 4.5 to 5 hours to cook a 21.5-pound turkey at 325 degrees Fahrenheit -- if your turkey is unstuffed. If it's full of your favorite stuffing, add at least 15 minutes to the total cooking time.
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This table from the USDA is based on a 325°F oven, and a fully defrosted or fresh bird. (For an unstuffed bird, we're talking roughly 15 minutes per pound.) If you want to cook a frozen turkey, it will take at least 50 percent longer than the recommended times.

Cooking | Answered on Nov 22, 2018


They have 3 heating elements. Perhaps one or more have burned out. They cost about $32 each.

No Clove Leaf... | Answered on Nov 17, 2018


Yes freezing works very well for pies. Just make sure you don't keep the pie warm for a long time before you decide to freeze it so that bacteria don't have time to develop. I'm not sure what a Rappie pie is, but I find that freezing works fine for me with any type of pie.

Cooking | Answered on Nov 15, 2018


French toast is nice. You need white bread, 2 eggs, 1 cup of milk, a little sugar, vanilla, and cinnamon. wisk it all together, dip the bread about ten seconds a side and fry on medium heat with a little oil. Makes about 8 to 10 slices.

Cooking | Answered on Nov 13, 2018

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