Are grapes good for you
There is compelling evidence that a diet rich in fruits and vegetables can lower the risk of heart disease and stroke. Grape are full of antioxidants. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/are-grapes-good-for-you ]
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- Grapes are good for you for two reasons, they help with weight loss and are good for your health. They provide vitamins A, B, B6 and folate and have fiber and proteins. For more information visit http://www.buzzle.com/editorials/8-31-2005-7…
- yes grapes are good for you because its your average normal day fruit
- Fruit is definitely better than candy, but if you are watching calorie intake, some fruits are more caloric than others. Grapes can be deceivingly caloric. Apples, melons, oranges, and strawberries are lower in calories. But if it’s between…
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- I need a good recipe using grapes?
- Q: I need a good creamy recipe using grapes. Green or red grapes, it doesnt matter, it just needs to be creamy and yummy! If you have any ideas please send them this way.
- A: there is a cashew chicken salad with grapes.I’m trying to remember so here it goes.rotisserie chickencashewsgrapesmiracle whip and mayo (can’t give portions)a little mustardgreen onionscooked wild rice – you can get this in a can too.good luck
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- Q: As I was snacking on some grapes while I was watching TV, I wanted something other than just plain grapes. I’ve tried cheese + grapes, it was okay, but wasn’t yummy enough for me. Wine? I’m too young for alcohol. A list of a recipe will be good, as long as its simple! & I would also like to know what goes well with Nutella (hazelnut spread). I’ve tried it was toast and kinda getting tired of it, nothing too complicated, pleeeease. 🙂
- A: You could wash the grapes, roll them in sugar and then freeze them. Take out a few at a time. Very tasty and satisfies that sweet urge.Another idea is to mix them with other fresh fruit and make a great fruit salad. I given you a link for grape recipes that you might be interested in. I would just enjoy them fresh with cheese or maybe some peanut butter. This is the link that I use, so you may want to try it. It does have a lot of recipes.http://www.freshcaliforniagrapes.com/Good Grape SaladIngredients2 lbs green seedless grapes 2 lbs red seedless grape 8 ounces sour cream 8 ounces cream cheese, softened 1/2 cup granulated sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract, to taste Topping Ingredients1 cup brown sugar, packed, to taste 1 cup crushed pecan, to taste DirectionsWash and stem grapes and set aside. 3Mix sour cream, cream cheese, white sugar and vanilla by hand until blended. Stir grapes into mixture, and pour in large serving bowl. For topping: Combine brown sugar, and crushed pecans. Sprinkle over top of grapes to cover completely. Chill overnight. I am not sure what Nutella is.
- I need a good recipe for making wine out of home picked grapes!?
- Q: I need a good recipe for making wine out of home picked grapes! That will better in time.
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