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Saccharin is the oldest of the non-nutritive sweeteners, currently produced from purified, manufactured methyl anthranilate, a substance that occurs naturally in grapes. It is 300 times sweeter than sucrose, heat-stable and does not promote dental cavities. Saccharin has a long shelf life but a slightly bitter aftertaste. It is not metabolized in the human digestive system, is excreted rapidly in the urine and does not accumulate in the body.
Game stew, usually made with cooked game birds in a rich sauce.
A mixture of sweet or savoury items cut into small dice and bound with a sauce, for use as a filling.
Side dishes served as accompaniments with curried meat.
These lodging properties are mostly found at popular pilgrimage places. They are generally constructed by welfare trusts, social organisation, or even the state, and provide basic security and sleeping facilities for a nominal fee.
SaaS (Software as a Service) Refers to the practice of providing users with software applications that are hosted on remote servers and accessed via the Internet. Excellent examples include the CRM (Customer Relationship Management) software provided in SaaS format by Salesforce. An earlier technology that operated in a similar, but less sophisticated, manner was called ASP or Application Service Provider.
Satin weave are the type of weave in which warp threads interlace with filling threads to produce a smooth faced fabric.
Sauce - A Flavourful liquid, usually thickened which is used to enhance the flavour and give moisture to food.
Sauerkraut (sau-erkraut) - It's a 'sour cabbage' dish which is finely cut raw cabbage that has been fermented by various lactic acid bacteria. It has a long shelf life and a distinctive sour flavour, both of which result from the lactic acid formed when the bacteria ferment the sugars in the cabbage leaves.
Sauteed - Browned in a small amount of oil or fat.