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Clove

An obsolete unit of weight variously equivalent to values between seven and 10 pounds. It was used in the sale of cheese and wool.
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5 CLOVES are a source of vitamin K, vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), thiamine (vitamin B 1), vitamin C and riboflavin.
The cloves of softneck cultivars are also more difficult to peel, given their irregular shape and tight, thin skins.
Total phenolic content, in terms of mg of gallic acid equivalents (GAE) per 100 g, of cinnamon, cardamom and cloves, totaled 151.
It illustrates the high asset value of cloves in the local Tanzanian farming community--a narrative mirrored in history when cloves were worth more than gold, and European countries would go to war to ensure access to them--but it also speaks to a deep-seated frustration with government controls of the industry and farmers' reluctance to engage with the state apparatus.
A new study has been conducted on antibacterial activity of aqueous extracts of Clove (SyzygiumAromaticum) by members of Food Safety Research Group at Department of Microbiology University of Karachi including Tayyaba Majeed Najmul Hasan with the co-operation of Dr.
Still on the heat, sit the bird breast up and surround with the garlic cloves, thyme and bay.
Plant bulbs in a sunny site in well-drained soil, breaking each bulb into individual cloves and plant each one 8-10cm (3-4in) apart, with 30cm (24in) between rows, so that the tips of the cloves are just below soil level.
Serves 6 Ingredients: 2 cups gungo peas 1 ' cups long grain easy cook rice 3 cups coconut milk 1 tbsp fresh thyme 1 Scotch bonnet pepper 1 large onion, finely chopped 2 garlic cloves, minced 1 tbsp olive oil 1 tbsp butter Salt and black pepper to taste 1 vegetable stock cube 1 bay leaf 1 clove garlic 6 whole cloves Method: 1.
The effect of planting date on economic yield, number of cloves in bulb, cloves weight and bulb weight was not significant(Tables 1 and 2).
ABSTRACT The efficacy of clove oil as an anesthetic was evaluated in adult Haliotis tuberculata coccinea (shell length, 42-80 mm) and was compared with the commonly used 2-phemoxyethanol.
This study found that cloves contain high levels of phenolic compounds which have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anticlotting properties.