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Today, Solis uses a blender that pulverizes small foodstuffs handily, saving some of the hard work.
The store will offer not only Korean foodstuffs but also Japanese, Taiwanese and other Asian groceries that for most shoppers have been available only along 82nd Avenue or in Beaverton.
At La Merced vast sheds covering hundreds of acres are crammed with every imaginable foodstuff .
The equipment and sheer quantity of foodstuffs dwarfs anything found in a typical kitchen.
The fig is one of the most popular foodstuffs in the forest, and squirrels and black birds were foraging for them in the branches.
While the Boise Farmers Market surely focuses on local products, shoppers can score holiday foodstuffs produced in different parts of the country as well.
His face has been caked in a white foodstuff, fresh from the royal dinner plate.
Before the Japanese started cooking with the bountiful seafood available from the Peruvian coastline, scallops, eel, mussels and tuna were considered largely undesirable foodstuffs.
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