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Saucer

Technical chart pattern depicting a security whose price has reached bottom and is moving up.

Saucer

In technical analysis, an indicator that a downtrend is reversing itself. It is marked by a gradual decline in a security's price, followed by a bottom, and finally by a gradual increase. It is important to note that the bottom has low trading volume. The term comes from the fact that, when charted, a saucer trend looks like a small bowl. It is also called a rounded bottom.

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saucer
In technical analysis, a U-shaped chart pattern that indicates a market bottom for the security or market index being graphed. Also called rounded bottom. See also reversal pattern.
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The two main ingredients of concern with prepared pasta sauces are sodium and sugar.
The line includes: Kung Pao Sauce, a sweet and tangy sauce that gets its kick from fermented chili bean sauce and chili flakes, complimented with apple juice concentrate and vinegar; Mongolian Style BBQ Sauce with a deep flavor profile derived from a blend of smoked black pepper, sweet molasses and soy sauce; Teriyaki Sauce, a sweet sauce presenting the flavors of pineapple juice concentrate and sake wine; Sesame Sauce, a simple, yet bold sauce with sweet, tangy and roasted notes born from the blend of toasted sesame seeds, ginger, michiu flavored wine and brown sugar; and Soy Sauce, brewed using traditional Japanese methods for a complex, yet clean flavor.
The Chinese & Hot sauces industry contains various chinese sauces variants such as red chili sauce, green chili sauce, soya sauce, schezwan sauce, etc and hot sauces products like pepper sauce, chili garlic sauce, hot & sweet tomato chili sauce, salsa sauce, etc.
Hot sauce fans everywhere will likely be rejoicing Friday in celebration of National Hot Sauce Day
Many jarred sauces have 500 milligrams (mg) of sodium (about Vi teaspoon salt) or more per half-cup serving.
Other sections of the book include legume-based sauces such as Chickpea, Oats, and Pimentos Sauce and Yellow Dal and Rice Sauce; tofu-based sauces including Tofu and Lemon Sauce and Tofu Sprouted Sunflower Seeds Sauce; and vegetable-based sauces such as Potato, Carrot, and Ginger Sauce and Sweet Potato, Oats, Carrots, and Green Chili Sauce.
In any case, the idea that France is the spiritual home of sauce is a Euro-centric notion that ignores the wonderful sauces used in Asia for centuries or millennia.
Among the recipes are Roasted Beets and Onion Salad (from Josie Le Balch of Josie Restaurant, Santa Monica), Green Bean and Lump Crab Bake (from Gerry Klaskala of Aria, Atlanta) and Sweet Potato Gratin With Maple Syrup-Balsamic Sauce (from Patrick Rene Schaefer of Armani's, Tampa Bay).
Our testers tried the green, red and yellow Thai curry sauces.
Italian sauces significantly over-index in the beginning of the week, with 28 per cent being consumed by children.
This line of sauces, sold mostly in the East, has wonderfully complex flavors.