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  • Genetic Modification Organisms : Testing On Oats, Tortilla Chips, And Gmo +

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    on Oats, Tortilla Chips, and GMO+ samples Nichole Wong Abstract: In this lab, we tested for the presence of genetically modifications within foods. Specifically, we investigated genetically-modified oats, genetically-modified tortilla chips, and a genetically modified GMO+ sample. I hypothesized that the oats would have tested negative for GMOs, the tortilla chips would have

  • Difference Between Chipotle And Bread

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    differences are the menu and price. The first similarity between Chipotle and Bread Zeppelin Salads Elevated is the food presentation. Chipotle is known for their savory burrito, a tortilla filled with your choice of rice, beans, meat and any extra toppings such as lettuce, cheese, sour cream, all wrapped around in the flour tortilla. After the burrito is wrapped, they hand it to you wrapped around tin foil to keep it warm and fresh. Bread Zeppelin Salads Elevated offers the customer the same choices as

  • Reflective Essay About Manco

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    The first dish that entered the kill zone of four hungry teens was the highly touted homemade chips and salsa. They did not disappoint, and the combination seemed better than peanut butter and jelly. The crisp perfectly salted chips tasted of perfection. Paired with the salsa that had good spice and a good consistency to it, not too thick or runny, I began to wonder why these products didn’t fill the shelves of

  • Cultural Foods Project : Mexico

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    traditional staple for Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisine. Also, tortillas are very common. Tortilla can be directly translated as “little cake”. It is used in several different types of dishes in Spanish speaking countries as well as the United States. In México, “tortilla” refers to a flatbread made from corn or wheat. Another commonly eaten food would be a burrito or taco de harina which is a flour tortilla wrapped or folded around a filling. The flour tortilla is usually lightly grilled or steamed so that it

  • El Banditos On Market St

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    years. The original El Banditos was opened in 1969 in Des Moines, IA showing off their unique recipes and style. Everything is handmade and many ingredients are from local vendors around here. Their menu consisted of classic Mexican dishes such as chips and salsa or guacamole, tacos, enchiladas, burritos, fajitas, soups, and much more. They also served Mexican style breakfast food which I have not seen before which I found very interesting. In addition to a colorful menu of food, they

  • Vitamin D's Observation Essay

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    Vista, California has this amazing Mexican restaurant downtown off of Main Street. She took the local bus near her apartment to this destination. This restaurant was Clarissa’s favorite establishment because of their homemade tortilla chips, salsa, and blended margaritas with salt atop its rim. As soon as she stepped off that bus, carefully with a pair of black ankle boots; suede, she stood for a few moments taking in the day and the warmth of the sun. Vitamin D from the sun was important to her

  • Taco Bell : An American Version of Mexican Fast Food

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    America is known for it’s ability to combine many different cultures and backgrounds together to make a great nation, it is even more famous for doing this with food. The United States is known for its fast food industry. With this also comes a blend of various food with an American twist. One example is the well known and popular fast food restaurant Taco Bell. While Taco Bell is not labeled strictly as Mexican food, I believe it draws enough inspiration from traditional Mexican cuisine that it

  • Swot Analysis Of Armando's Restaurant

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    The Navarro family recently opened another Compadres, replacing the Dynasty Buffet at the Clearview Mall in Butler. The Navarro’s currently own five other locations throughout Ohio and Pennsylvania. They’re well known for the best authentic Mexican food with the finest ingredients available. Compadres has become exceptionally successful in their business so far at this new location. Luis Navarro, born in Mexico was persuaded by his family’s traditional recipes and confidently decided to compose

  • The Mexican Restaurant : A Restaurant With Your Family And The Staff

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    ordered the Chicken Caesar Salad with coke as cold as Antarctica. The plate had romaine lettuce as fresh as the air near the beach, red pepper as sweet as cheesecake, cojita cheese as white as clouds, chicken as juicy as mangos, tortilla strips as crunchy as nacho chips, and

  • An Effective Communication With Prospective Clients

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    An effective communication with prospective clients is an interpersonal skill. Therapist can improve client and therapist relationship by the therapeutic use of self-such as personality, unique characteristics, perception, and insight. The effective communication always requires effective listening skills, be able to understand other people emotion, and be empathize to client situation. Effective communication occurs in two different ways such as professionally with your peer, clients, and socially