As for flavors, premium products naturally tend to go the route of "artisan" and "exotic," which happen to be huge in dips
and dressings right now, points out Brittany Nikolich, a registered dietitian with De Pere, Wis.
The delivery and management of the new breed of slab dips
should take advantage of the equipment that exists in plants today, and not force onerous procedural changes or major plant alteration to support the new dips
On the dips
side, what flavors and ingredients currently are trending?
It's gone way beyond the Velveeta-Rotel combination,'' said John McClure, the World Cheese Dip
Championship's festival director.
The working group proposed five different immunity classes (Class A, Class B, Class C1, Class C2 and Class D), whereas Class A specifies the highest level and Class D a basic level of equipment immunity to voltage dips
These specify which area of land can be used, and how much, how often and when dip
can be disposed of.
In one incident, very small quantities of cypermethrin dip
used to wash out a lorry that carried dipped sheep poisoned more than 15km of river life in West Wales.
These quick dips
will last for 4-5 days if refrigerated.
Fundraisers are bracing themselves for icy dips
in the sea tomorrow.
The advantage of this type of dip
is that it has low labour requirements -a single person could just about use it, unlike traditional dips
where two or three men are needed to push sheep along the race.
A sequence of dips
using primary colors can be employed to create a secondary color.
Scott Boone and colleagues at Mississippi State University studied the organophosphate chlorpyrifos, used until recently in commercial dips
used to treat dogs and cats for fleas and ticks [EHP 109:1109-1114].