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    The Story of the Pineapple

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    The Story of the Pineapple After the discovery of America, new food plants became known to European people. The pineapple symbolizes balmy tropical lands and leisurely life on tropical islands. The pineapple, as well as other agricultural crops such as maize, potatoes, beans, peanuts, and tobacco, originated in America and were unknown to people of the old World. The story of the pineapple falls into three distinct periods. The first period precedes the discovery of America and goes back into

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    Pineapple Essay

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    A pineapple a day keeps the worries away. In my opinion, pineapples are hands down the best thing in the entire world! Who does not love pineapples? Their juicy sweetness makes your soul jump up and down. If I had to choose one thing to eat everyday all day for the rest of my life it would be the well known tropical fruit, a pineapple, but it can only be the pineapple spears that come in a clear plastic container with delightful rectangular logs in them. It can not be the chunks, or the pineapple

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    The Last State, Hawaii

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    Hawaii’s economy started with trade. The first European trading ships that stopped at Hawaii to trade was in 1786. They were believed to be bringing furs from Oregon to China. However, the economy could not flourish so well without the help of pineapples and sugarcane fields. When the number of sugarcane fields started to increase, many immigrants were attracted because of the high amount of labour required for growing sugarcane. Plantations hired large numbers of Chinese, Japanese, Filipinos, Koreans

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    The Last State

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    Hawaii’s economy started with trade. The first European trading ships that stopped at Hawaii to trade was in 1786. They were believed to be bringing furs from Oregon to China. However, the economy could not flourish so well without the help of pineapples and sugarcane fields. When the number of sugarcane fields started to increase, many immigrants were attracted because of the high amount of labour required for growing sugarcane. Plantations hired large numbers of Chinese, Japanese, Filipinos, Koreans

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    Bromelain Lab Report

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    Bromelain is a proteolytic enzyme which digests proteins that can be prevalently found in the pineapple juice or pineapple stem (BIOZYM n.d.). They digest proteins into amino acids through hydrolysis reaction. Bromelain contains one single polypeptide chain with 1 glycan per molecule. The amino acid on its NH2 amino group is valine, the COOH-terminal is glycine

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    On July 17, 1905, Edgar Parks Snow was born in Kansas City, Missouri to James Edgar Snow and Anna Catherine Edelman. Snows family was middle class; his grandfathers were a carpenter and a farmer. James Snow, Edgar’s father, owned a printing shop where young Edgar would occasionally work and it was here that Edgars interest in journalism and writing was rooted. In his teens, the Snow family lived in a house on Charlotte Place in Kansas City near Edgar’s school, Westport High School. This is the period

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    that growing or raising these products may have on the local and global economy. Source Identification The ingredients that I choose for my meal is chicken breast fillet, broccoli, whole grain brown rice, and water to drink. I’m also including pineapples chunks as my fruit and after meal snack. These items were purchased from the Joint Base Lewis McCord Commissary, located on Ft. Lewis, Washington. Foster Farm distributes its chicken breast fillet, out of one of their Pacific Northwest locations

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    10 p.m (____) berries and Coconut Drink Exercise Early morning: walk or treadmill for 30 minutes Evening: cycling or stationary cycle for 20 minutes 2 bundle of whole spinach 6 carrots 6 slices of ginger 2 bunch of celery 6 lemons 4 pineapples 40 leaves of peppermint 8 oranges 4 apples 2 beetroots 4 cups blueberries 4 cups strawberries 1 cup raspberries, juice 1 coconut, peeled 18 cucumbers 1 cup grapes 6 kiwis 3 limes 5 cup broccoli 1 small parsley bunch 6 cups kale

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    Ever wish there were a delicious smoothie somewhere to buy at an inexpensive price? Well there is, and there is no need to go out! Read this section on how to make fruit smoothies and make a scrumptious smoothie. To make a good smoothie, the materials needed are: about ¾ cup of juice, or milk, about 2 cups of fresh or frozen fruits, ½ of yogurt, and finally, 6 cubes of ice if the fruits aren’t frozen. A blender that can crush ice well and that has a secure lid is also required. Unlike other recipes

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    It might or might not have been the countless opportunities offered to me as a Penn kid. It might also have to do with the fact that you end up needing to crane your neck in the awe-inspiring Irvine Auditorium so that you can properly gaze around. But it's mostly the former. As a prospective student for the School of Arts and Sciences, there are a multitude of selections available to me. They range from the Civic House, to Arts@Penn, to the international internship program (IIP). I love the freedom

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