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    W.K. Kellogg: Legacy of Cereal

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    so they would become crunchy, and modern breakfast cereal was born. W.K. and his brother decided to try making more cereal products, and their end result was baked flakes made from corn. It was healthy and tasty, and the patients at the Sanitarium loved their invention, so the Kelloggs decided to start selling their corn flakes commercially. In 1898, Kellogg and his brother started the Sanitas Food Company. It was a mail-order business m... ... middle of paper ... ...s, combined with his generosity

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    Egg Lab

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    carbonate shell will dissolve. I predict that when the egg is placed in a hypertonic solution such as corn syrup, it will crenate. I predict that when the egg is placed in a hypotonic solution such as water, it will expand. Materials: In our experiment, we used an Eggland’s Best 12 Grade A Large Egg, paper towels, petri dish, triple beam balance, clear plastic cup that served as a beaker, vinegar, corn syrup, and water. Methods: On the first day, we weighed the petri dish and then our egg on the petri

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    Beyond the Themepaper

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    Beyond the Theme I woke up yesterday morning, as I always do, at 7:30. I showered, got dressed, brushed my teeth and did my usual morning routine, and then suddenly, while leaning over my bowl of corn pops, which burst from my mouth with the force of an F-10 at lift off, I got it! "Yes, yes, yes," I yelled as I did a back and forth arm movements just like football players do when they get a touchdown, and danced around my dining room, still mindful of my neighbors downstairs, of course. So

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    Team Nicaragua

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    had the team come up and receive their T-shirts. He asked Jim Mueller to lead prayer for us. The youth prayed for God’s protection over us, and that people will find out about Jesus through us. Th... ... middle of paper ... ...each on Little Corn Island, and we walked only about 100 feet to our hotel, the Sunshine Hotel. We checked into the hotel, and we had dinner there. We met the pastor of the church there, and then we had evening service at the church. This island is very small, and

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    My family and I recently visited the State Fair of Texas. It is the biggest Fair in Texas that comes to Dallas every fall. I haven’t been since I was very young. The State Fair has so much to do and see. And one of the biggest attractions is the food that they offer. It is especially known for the famous fletcher corndogs! The first thing we did was found big Tex. Big Tex is a great known history of the state fair. He wears a size

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    K. W Kellogg

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    in these conditions for many years. Eventually an accident occurred where the brothers were working in the health food department and they overcooked the corn, they made a baked flake which became a big hit in the hospitals, and eventually everywhere. K.W Kellogg created a product in high demand. He broke away from his brother and called his corn flake company Kellogg’s. His passion was nutrition and helping people eat a better breakfast. In 1914 he introduced his product to Canada, and later it became

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    Pros And Cons Of Corn

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    This highly influential and informational documentary about corn is told and experienced by two college friends Ian and Curt. These two best friends move from the east coast straight to the heart of their food’s location, the Midwest. Through the help from helpful neighbors and genetically engineered seeds they plant and produce their own crop of corn on just one acre of Iowa soil. After their attempt to follow their corn into the food system of America they wonder about the food we eat and how

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    Quantity ______________ Quality Modern day America is facing a means to an end. The food industry has changed drastically over the last fifty years. The documentary Food, Inc. answers to the increasing demand of Americans to have a behind the scenes look at how their food is being produced. This documentary exposes the profit centered, big business tycoons and how the current, highly mechanized production system is putting human health and the environment at risk with compliance from government

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    this study of advertising methods, I looked at two packets of cereal, "Kelloggs Crunchy Nut Corn Flakes" and plain "Kelloggs Corn Flakes". I examined the picture, the larger print messages, and other pieces of text and identified a range of advertising techniques designed to appeal to the customer, as distinguished below. Crunchy Nut Corn Flakes Picture The first packet was Crunchy Nut Corn Flakes and was of standard size. It is mainly white. Against this background, the images stand

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    Completing a good writing assignment requires the ability to concentrate. When I prepare to write, I have to make sure that I have one of my favorite snacks with me, a bag of chips. Whereas chips may not be considered the healthiest snack choice, they come in so many varieties, they are a comfort food, they help me to relax and they help me concentrate, which permits me to become more productive in my writing. How can I refuse such a helpful and great tasting snack? When I go to my local grocery

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