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JAM

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Jamaica. The code is used for transactions to and from Jamaican bank accounts and for international shipping to Jamaica. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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I think the biggest misconception about fruit preserves is that they have to be used for toast or a PBJ.
ii) International and national standards for processed fruit juices, other fruit soft drinks and fruit preserves should be reviewed to include levels of vitamins in the products.
During the reign of the Valois kings in France, from the fourteenth to the sixteenth century, there was a great passion for sweet preserves, going to the extreme of judging hosts for the quality and originality of the fruit preserves and jellies that were served at their table.
Most flavors had about 1 1/2 tablespoons of fruit preserves, out of which we were able to ungunk 11 blueberries or five to six fragments of peach or strawberry.
Start with purchased cranberry sauce or fruit preserves, jams, or jellies.
We both ordered whole wheat granola waffles with fruit preserves - 270 calories for my wife's single portion and 500 calories for my double portion.
Orange marmalade and other sweet fruit preserves don't count: they are of little nutritional value and are usually eaten in small quantities.
Also, you will find cocoa paste, chocolates, cheeses, fruit preserves and more processed products from 40 producer organizations from 14 regions of the country.
Reuse empty jars of cheese spread, fruit preserves and mayonnaise as containers for home-made achara (pickled green papaya), halayang ube (purple yam jam) and other holiday delicacies.
The pickled fruit preserves from Boat Street Pickles were one of my favorites, new-to-me products.
A morning polenta possibility can be a simple bowl of soft polenta, served with syrup or fruit preserves.
Canning & Preserving Your Own Harvest is a no-nonsense, step-by-step guide to properly (and safely--improper canning can promote food poisoning) preserving one's food, from freezing, drying, and canning to creating a root cellar, making fruit preserves, pickling, and much more.