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  1. T.S.SUNDARAM
    November 12, 2011

    FRUIT SALAD.

    When making a fruit salad, consider including the following choices – according to the USDA, these fruits are exceptionally high in antioxidants:

    Wild blueberries
    Cranberries
    Blackberries
    Prunes
    Raspberries
    Strawberries
    Red Delicious apples
    Granny Smith apples
    Sweet cherries
    Black plums

  2. T.S.SUNDARAM
    November 13, 2011

    RADISH.

    Reproduced below is a small note on Radish read in a paper, for the benefit of the readers,.

    Radish is called as a “One month wonder” by many, because from seed to harvest this vegetable takes just 30 days. This will be a good news for those who have their own home vegetable garden. One needs just fertile, loose and well drained soil for growing the same.

    It is said that Mahatma Gandhi was fond of this vegetable, most likely it was for the taste and the punch of vitamin C it provides. This vegetable is lavishly used in salads.

    Radish is low in calories, rich in vitamin C , anti- oxidents, folates and potassium. The leaves of Radish are rich in fibre, betacarotine and minerals.The leaves can also be cooked like spinach and consumed. Unfortnately not knowing the nutritional value of the leaves, they are dscarded at the vendors shop itself by many people.

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