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Usually, a blood sugar level of less than 70 mg/dL is considered too low and needs to be treated. Low blood sugar is also called hypoglycemia. Anything that lowers your blood sugar can cause hypoglycemia. Too much insulin, the wrong kind or dose of your diabetes pills, too much exercise, or too little food can cause your blood sugar to go too low. How will I feel when my blood sugar is too low? When the blood sugar is too low, you will feel certain symptoms. This is called a reaction. You might feel: • sweaty • a fast heartbeat • nervous • anxious • irritated • weak • headache • hungry • confused • numb around your nose or mouth Sometimes other people notice you are having a reaction before you do. They might notice you are: • irritable • not thinking clearly • slurring your words • acting groggy or sleepy • not sleeping well or having nightmares -1- • confused Will I have all of these signs and symptoms? Everyone has slightly different signs and feelings when their blood sugar is too low. You may have several of these symptoms or you may have different ones. You will usually have the same feelings each time you have a reaction. Do these feelings always mean that I am having a reaction? You may have signs of a reaction when your blood sugar is coming down, even though your blood sugar is not below 70 mg/dL. This can also happen if your blood sugar has been high for a time. You can’t always count on the way you feel to tell you if your blood sugar is really low. Checking your blood sugar is the only way to be sure. How do I treat a reaction? You treat a low blood sugar by taking something that contains sugar. For example, fruit juice, a regular soft drink, raisins, lifesavers or fruit. You can also buy glucose tablets at the drug store. Examples of how to treat a low blood sugar reaction are listed below. Liquids work faster than food and food with fat and sugar (like chocolate or ice cream) take longer to raise your blood sugar level. One way to remember is the
The secret of Simmo`s famous ice cream has it origins in the beautiful rolling hills of Northern Ireland, where the fresh milk and cream they yielded and the secret recipes, nearly a century old, became a fathers bequest to his son.
To assure best range; A: Keep both antennas VERTICAL. B: Keeps the PIR Transmitter antenna away from trees and metal objects (at least 3”). C: Locate the Receiver near a window with the clearest possible sight of the PIR Transmitter. The less number of objects between the devices, the longer the range. I cannot hear the receiver when it signals The receiver is not made to be overly loud. If you need to have a louder signal, the receiver has a relay for attaching accessories, such as bells, buzzers, or lights. The relay is a switch that has no power of it's own, but can handle up-to 120 volts at 10 amps through it. The relay is essentially an automatic switch and has no power of its own. The transmitter is picking up people, but not cars For best results, when detecting cars, adjust the sensor to look at a 45-60 degree angle, have it about the height of the car’s hot motor, and set it back far enough so the cars don’t pass within five feet. It can help top have it looking at the back of the car, after driving past the sensor, to see the car’s hot exhaust. ...
People’s expectation toward individual mobility requires more than just a convenient means of transportation. The old understanding of cars has becomeoutdated. A car represents individuals’ lifestyles, and it became an integral part of their lives. At the same time, the automobile industry has experienced seismic change. Hyundai Motor Company has grown rapidly to become one of the largest automakers, backed by world class production capability and superior quality. We have now reached a point where we need a qualitative approach to bring bigger ideas and relevant solutions to our customers. This is an opportunity to move forward and we have developed a new brand slogan that encapsulates our willingness to take a big leap. Led by our new slogan and the new thinking underlying it, we will become a company that keeps challenging itself to unlock new possibilities for people and the planet. A compact car means you have to compromise, right? Wrong. With Hyundai Accent, you’ll wonder how a compact car’s specification can be so comprehensive. Small in size, big in stature Why give up style, performance and refinement just because you’ve made the decision to drive a compact car? Well, you don’t need to. Incorporating features found in higher class cars, Accent gives you sleek good looks, advanced technology and groundbreaking safety attributes, and tops it all off with a robust, sporting character all of its own. Get the look and you attract the looks The world moves fast, so it’s important to catch people’s eye. Accent does just that, with a profile that’s modern, athletic and futuristic. Hungry for the kilometres, lean on the refuelling stops Drive Accent, and immediately, you’re struck by the quiet ride, the generous interior space and the abundance of up-to-theminute technology. You’ll notice something else too: the fuel gauge hardly drops. That’s because Hyundai engineers have devised one of the most fuel efficient engines there is, one that takes only 5.7 liter of fuel burned to run 100 km. (in case of 1.4 Manual Transmission)
From The Silver Palate Cookbook, page 303 Pumpkin Pie 3 eggs 1/3 cup granulated sugar 1/3 cup brown sugar 2 cups canned pureed pumpkin 1 teaspoon ground ginger 1 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves 1/2 teaspoon ground allspice 1/4 teaspoon cardamom pinch of salt 3/4 heavy cream 3/4 half-and-half 1/2 recipe piecrust (see below) pecan halves (garnish) 1. Preheat over to 450 degrees F. 2. Beat eggs and both sugars together until light. Stir in pumpkin puree, spices and salt and mix thoroughly. Stir in cream and half and half. 3. Roll out pastry on a lightly floured work surface, and line a 9 inch pie pan with it; trim and crimp edges. Pour in the filing. 4. Bake the pie at 450 degrees F for 8 minutes, then reduce heat to 325 degrees F and bake another 40-45 minutes, or until filing is set (a knife inserted in the center will come out clean.) 5. Arrange pecan halves decoratively around the edge, pressing them lightly into the warm filling. Arrange another 5 pecans in a flower pattern in the center of the pie. 6. Cool completely before cutting. Serve with whipped cream.
PUMPKIN PIE MINI INDULGENCE •For the Pumpkin Mousse •1½ cups pumpkin puree (see below) •3 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted •½ cup brown sugar •¼ cup maple syrup •1 teaspoon ground cinnamon •¼ teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg •¼ teaspoon ginger powder •¼ teaspoon ground cloves •3 oz egg white, pasteurized liquid •½ cup milk •¼ cup cream •1 box of ginger snap cookies Preheat oven to 325°F To make mousse filling, combine all the ingredients except the egg whites in a large bowl, and mix them well to incorporate. Beat the egg whites until stiff but not dry. Fold into the filling mixture. Pour into a greased glass baking dish and bake until a toothpick inserted halfway between the center and edge of the pie comes out clean, about 50 minutes. Let cool on a wire rack. Put cooled pumpkin pie mousse filling into a bowl and stir until smooth. Add filling to pastry bag and set aside. Grind ginger snaps in a food processor to a granular consistency. (Save a few whole cookies for decorations.) Take your favorite shot glass (cordial glass or miniature glass serving vessel) and add some ginger snap crumbs to the bottom. Grab the pastry bag and pipe some mousse filling over the ginger snap crumbs. Add more ginger snap crumbs on top of the filling to make a second layer. Garnish with whipped cream and a whole ginger snap cookie. Cut a small pumpkin (3 lbs) in two pieces and scoop out the seeds and strings. Place cut side down on a greased baking tray and bake at 325°F for one hour until tender (cooking time depends on pumpkin size). Let cool. Scrape out the pulp and place in a food processor. Puree until smooth. Serves: 6 to 8
Pumpkin Pie In A Bag Making Pumpkin Pie in the Classroom Materials Pumpkin Pie In A Bag 1 gallon plastic storage bag 2 2/3 cups cold milk 2 packages (4 serving size) instant vanilla pudding mix 1 can (15 ounces) solid pack pumpkin puree 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger Graham cracker crumbs 30 small cups 1 can whipped topping 30 spoons Oven- baked Pumpkin Pie 3/4 cup granulated sugar 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves 2 large eggs 1 can (15 oz.) pumpkin puree 1 can (12 fl. oz.) evaporated milk 1 unbaked 9-inch (4-cup volume) deep-dish pie shell Whipped cream (optional) Pumpkin Pie In A Bag Making Pumpkin Pie in the Classroom Materials Pumpkin Pie In A Bag 1 gallon plastic storage bag 2 2/3 cups cold milk 2 packages (4 serving size) instant vanilla pudding mix 1 can (15 ounces) solid pack pumpkin puree 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger Graham cracker crumbs 30 small cups 1 can whipped topping 30 spoons Oven- baked Pumpkin Pie 3/4 cup granulated sugar 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves 2 large eggs 1 can (15 oz.) pumpkin puree 1 can (12 fl. oz.) evaporated milk 1 unbaked 9-inch (4-cup volume) deep-dish pie shell Whipped cream (optional)
Here's how to Make Homemade Pumpkin Pie - from a Real Pumpkin, Not a Can, complete instructions in easy steps and completely illustrated. Ingredients and Equipment Equipment •A sharp, large serrated knife •an ice cream scoop •a large microwaveable bowl or large pot •1 large (10 inch) deep-dish pie plate and pie crust (Click here for illustrated pie crust instructions! they will open in a new window) - or two small pie plates (9 inch) and crusts (Metric: a 10 inch pie plate is a pie plate with a diameter of 25 cm, and a depth of almost 5 cm) Ingredients •a pie pumpkin (see step 1; you can use different types of pumpkin or even a butternut squash) 1 cup sugar (see step 10 for alternatives) (metric: 200 grams) •1.5 teaspoon ground cinnamon (metric: 3.8 grams) •1 teaspoon ground cloves (metric: 2 grams) •1 teaspoon ground allspice (metric: 2 grams) •1/2 teaspoon ground ginger (metric: 1.25 grams) •Optional: 1/2 teaspoon mace (which you'll find in the very old pumpkin pie recipes) •1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract (optional) (metric: 20 grams) •1/2 teaspoon salt (optional, I don't use any) •4 large eggs - to reduce fat and cholesterol, you may use egg whites (like "Egg Beaters) instead, and vegans may want to use Ener-G (see this page for more information about egg substitutes) •3 cups pumpkin glop (ok... "sieved, cooked pumpkin") (metric: 0.7 1.5 cans (12oz each) of evaporated milk (I use the nonfat version) for best results. (metric: each can is about .35 liter, or about a half liter total)) ...
Description: Grade Level: K - 3 Essential Skills: 1, 3, 5, 9 Science Standards: Interaction & Change; Scientific Inquiry; Engineering & Design Time: 1 class period Materials: 1 3/4 cups cold milk 2 - 3.4 oz. package Jell-o instant vanilla pudding mix 1 - 15 oz. can solid-pack pumpkin 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice Graham crackers Whipped cream topping ***** 1 gallon sized-freezer bag per patch; can opener; measuring utensils; scissors; napkins *Yields about a two tablespoon serving for 25 students AITC Free Library Resources: Books *From Seed to Pumpkin * It’s a Fruit, It’s a Vegetable, It’s a Pumpkin * Pumpkin Circle (English & Spanish) Instructional Materials * Kids’ Pumpkin Projects * Project Seasons Literacy Kit Oh Say Can You Seed? : All About Flowering Plants Download Activities Pumpkin Math and Science I, II & III Students measure ingredients, mix liquids and solids, then observe (and taste) the results in this tasty lesson. It is an ideal way to wrap up a pumpkin unit, field trip to the pumpkin patch or as a mathfriendly way to celebrate Thanksgiving. Resources on pumpkin life cycles, sequencing and nutrition are available from AITC to support this lesson. Pumpkin Facts: Pumpkins are a type of squash. They have been cultivated in North America for over 5,000 years. Native Americans ate squash meat and used their shells to make bowls for eating and jars to store grain and seeds. Other facts: • Pumpkins are fruits, not vegetables. • It takes 3-4 months for a seed to become a pumpkin. • Pumpkins are 90% water. • Pumpkins range in sizes from less than a pound to 1,000+ lb. • Pumpkins are high in potassium and Vitamin A. • Pumpkin flowers are edible. • Pumpkins can be white, green, yellow, or orange.
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