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GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Canada. The code is used for transactions to and from Canadian bank accounts and for international shipping to Canada. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Ask each participant to bring something to can and perhaps an old family canning recipe that they haven't enjoyed for years.
News of the bid sent Canning shares up 21p to 290p.
"It was never 'I' with Cork; it was always 'we,'" Canning said last year.
* Home canning reduces your carbon footprint, since the food you can at home is not trucked cross country, but travels only from your garden to your kitchen and from there to your pantry.
The home team went behind to an early penalty, then Canning made a superb break and he and Dyson inter-passed before the fullback touched down and then added the conversion.
Additional studies show that canning increases the availability of certain antioxidants in foods and vegetables.
Department of Agriculture publication, So Easy to Preserve (fifth edition), which includes 184 tested recipes along with complete details for safe home canning, and the Ball Complete Book of Home Preserving (see Page 64).
Canning was a newcomer when he decided to show his dahlias at a competition in Portland one summer in the early '70s.
But people have been canning for centuries, while shelf-stable technology is only about three years old.
A new treatment he developed can restore most of the firmness -- and crispness, if desired -- now lost during commercial food canning. It's resuscitating their polymers that puts the snap back, Bourne says.
About 31 million American households canned fruits and/or vegetables last year, making canning one of the most popular forms of home food preservation.
The new canning line features a 52-valve filler and six-head seamer with a capacity to package 550 cans per minute.