appetize

appetize

(ˈæpɪˌtaɪz) or

appetise

vb (tr)
to stimulate the appetite
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Appetize in Alcester Road South, Kings Heath, is currently restricted to trading between 11am and 11.
We have raised the bar when it comes to offering the great taste and mouthfeel consumers crave and the health benefits they demand -- Appetize is the first and only cooking shortening shown to significantly reduce serum cholesterol," said Sylvia Wulf, Vice President, Bunge Foods Group, the food ingredient company licensed to manufacture and market Appetize.
From a food processing standpoint, Appetize fats are ideal," said Wulf.
In fact, Appetize fats were recently awarded top honors by "Food Processing" for having made the most significant contribution to the food and beverage processing industry in the past two years.
The Appetize line was developed jointly by Source Food Technology, Inc.
This discovery eventually led to the development of Appetize.
The cholesterol-lowering properties of Appetize appear to hold true for humans as well.
have helped to create a new fact called Appetize that they say is not partially hydrogenated yet stands up to commercial frying, works well as a spread, can be put in dairy goods, and has less cholesterol than normal fats.
To make Appetize, the researchers first strip the cholesterol from butter, beef tallow, or lard.
In a recent study, hamsters that dined on Appetize had lower cholesterol concentrations than those eating fats found in the typical American diet or in the American Heart Association's recommended diet, both of which contain trans fats, according to a Source Food Technology brochure.
Kiley and his colleagues expect to complete their first study of how Appetize affects cholesterol in humans this fall.