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Wednesday, May 26, 1999 . edge with answers to these often-aske- or additives are not permitted. Yolk pigments are relatively stable and are not lost or changed in cooking. Egg albumen, or white, in raw eggs is opalescent and does not actually appear white until it is beaten or cooked. A yellow or greenish cast in raw albumen may indicate the presence of riboflavin. Cloudiness of the raw albumen is 'due to carbon dioxide which has not had time to escape through the shell and indicates a very fresh egg. The albumen of older eggs is more transparent than that of fresher questions: Does the color of eggshell, yolk or white make a difference? Eggshell and yolk color may ary, but color has nothing to do with egg quality, flavor, nutritive value or cooking characteristics. Shell color comes from in the outer layer of the shell and may range in various breeds from white to deep brown. The breed of the hen determines the color of the shell. The difference in shell color is barely skin deep. The pigmented layer is so thin, it can easily be removed by eggs. What are the lumpy things rubbing with sandpaper. Yolk color depends on the diet near the yolk? of the hen. If she gets plenty of These thick, ropey pieces of yellow-orang- e plant pigments twisted egg white are called known as xanthophylls, they will Their purpose is to anchor be deposited in the yolk. Natu- the yolk in the center of the egg ral yellow-orang- e substances, and theyre entirely edible. In such as marigold petals, may be added to d feeds to enhance yolk color. Artificial col- d pig-fnen- ts cha-laza- e. light-colore- From page 3 Internet and report it to you Internet service provider. 4. Exercise caution, and get to know your online friends just as you would other friends you initially meet in person. 5. Never arrange a meeting without telling your parents. If your parents give you their permission to meet, do so during the daytime in a public meeting place. It is important to remember that people who say they are one thing on line, may turn out to be someone totally different in person. 6. If you receive an from someone you do not know, dont respond. By responding, you are verifying that you have a valid face-to-fa- ce address. 7. Be very suspicious of anyone - you meet online who tries to turn you against your parents. They may have a hidden agenda. 8. While in a chat room, it is a good idea for females to choose a gender-neutrname. This could prevent sexual harassment. "Parent involvement and a few simple rules can make use of the Internet very useful and educational," said Carter. "But without the involvement of parents and rules it can, also, be very dangerous to children. al BTet7 baby Daughter born May 20, 1999, to David and Young Oak Powell of Provo. Her name is Summer Oak Powell. Her grandparents are Clyde and Betty Powell of Nephi, and Mr. and Mrs. Chun Hee Shin ofTaejon, South Korea. is Eugene S. Powell of Levan. Great-grandfath- er vy i 7 them within a day or two. For freezing, egg yolks require special treatment because egg yolk thickens or gels when its frozen. Frpzen as is, egg yolk will eventually become so gelatinous it (qj(q7 i Bone up on your egg knowl- Page 5 Nephi, Utah imra-efo- a lje fact, the more prominent the the fresher the egg. These natural parts of the egg albumen do not interfere with cooking or beating of the white. Although they dont need to be removed, some cooks like to strain them from stirred custard. How can I store leftover whites or yolks? Refrigerate leftover whites in a tightly covered container for up to four days or freeze them for longer storage. Pour whites into freezer containers, seal the concha-laza- e, will be almost impossible to use. To help retard this gelation, beat in either 18 teaspoon salt or 1 12 teaspoons sugar or com syrup for each 14 cup egg yolks (4 Large yolks). Label the container with the number of yolks, the date, and whether youve added salt (for main dishes) or sweetener (for baking or desserts). Thaw frozen eggs overnight in the refrigerator or under running cold water. Use yolks as soon as theyre thawed. Once thawed, whites will beat to better volume if allowed to sit at room temperature for about 20 to 30 minutes. Use frozen whites or yolks only in dishes that are thoroughly tainers tightly and label them with the number of whites and the date. For faster thawing and easier measuring, first freeze each white in an ice cube tray cooked. and then transfer the cubes to a "Use 2 tablespoons thawed egg freezer container. for 1 Large fresh white. white Refrigerate unbroken raw "Use 1 tablespoon thawed egg yolks covered with water in a for 1 Large fresh yolk. covered container and use yolk tightly New research shows der the supervision of a physiantibiotcian or pharmacist. adults use their many ics incorrectly, contributing to Get vaccinations that offer the evolution of dangerous protection from infection, such as antibiotic-resistabacteria the flu vaccine. This is particuknown as "super- larly vital for children, adults commonly bugs." According to a recent sur- over 65, and patients with serivey conducted by the Americans ous health conditions. PharTalk to your pharmacist. If Society of Health-Systemacists (ASHP), consumers lack you have questions about how to a consistent understanding of use your antibiotics, are experihow and when to use antibiotics. encing side effects, or have quesThe development of resistant tions about other medications, strains of harmful bacteria is becoming a common problem, especially for children and the elderly who frequently take antibiotics. Pharmacists are experts in medication therapy and play an important role in preventing the misuse of antibiotics. They are also available to answer patient questions about antibiotic use. Pharmacists recommend the following tips to ensure maximum effectiveness and safety from your antibiotics: nt m On May 29, Jordanelle State ParkRock Cliff in Francis will have a Junior Ranger program for children ages six to 12 to participate in educational and fun nature activities. Class is held 11 a.m. to noon. Call 0. Campfire Program or a Beginning May 29, ranger guest speaker will provide a each Saturday at Jordanelle State Park campfire program for topics, times, Hailstone in Heber. Please call or more information. 435-649-95- Workshop Pottery June, Fremont Indian State Park in Sevier will ofDuring fer Primitive Technology Workshops. This is a fun and educafor exact tional pottery making workshop. Call date and time. 435-527-46- 31 Art Exhibit June 16, Iron Mission State Park in Cedar City will host an art exhibit featuring the works of Ferris Sowder. Call Art Exhibit June Edge of the Cedars State Park in Blanding will host an art exhibit with White Mesa beadwork on display in the Special Exhibits Room. Call 0, 435-678-22- your pharmacist is available to counsel you. The role patients can play in slowing the evolution of antibiotic resistant bacteria cannot be emphasized enough. By taking antibiotics correctly and understanding when they should be used, you can help limit the growth and spread of potentialbacterial ly strains. Art Exhibit artist are on display in the visitor cenat Fremont Indian State Park in Sevier. Most Works of a selected ter, June 0, artwork features western. Native American or nature jects. Call sub- 1. Art Exhibit Rio Grande rock art will be on display in the June auditorium at Edge of the Cedars State Park in Blanding. Call 0, 435-678-22- New State Director Sarah E. Wisely has been named the Director of the Utah State Office of the Bureau of Land Management. She will succeed Bill Lamb. Utah Teachers The 1999 Golden Apple Awards, a competition conducted by the Utah PTA, honors outstanding teachers. The ceremony will air on Saturday, May 28, at 8:00 p.m. on 7. KUED-Chan-n- el the Night Lights Walk will take for The the Antibiotics should be restricted to patients with bacterial infections and not prescribed for viral infections. Antibiotics are self-medica- te Junior Ranger 0. Combat Superbugs by taking your medication correctly that useless against viruses which cause colds and flus. Ask your physician to conduct the necessary tests to determine if you need an antibiotic. Never cut short the time of treatment prescribed by your physician. Dont skip doses or stop taking your antibiotics early, even if you begin to feel better. Failure to complete your entire prescription can allow more stubborn bacteria to thrive and reproduce, which can lead to resistance problems. Never with antibiotics. Antibiotics that have not been prescribed to you or are left over from an earlier bacterial infection can be dangerous and are often inappropriate antibiotics should always be taken un sStaf e Briefs . . . place in Salt Light Night Sight Lake at Research Park on June 26, and Ogden at Lindquist Field on July 10. Prevent Blindness and its supporters will be walking in more than 40 locations across the U.S. To pre register, call 0. Arts Festival FIRST BIRTHDAY Kay Lynn Elbert celebrated her first birthday on April 30, 1999. Her parents are Jeffrey and Lori Elbert of Mona. Her grandparents are Bryce and Marian Lynn of Mona, and Ramon and Loya Elbert of FIRST BIRTHDAY Jory K. Worwood will turn one year old on May 29, 1999. His parents are Travis and Jennifer Worwood of Levan. His grandparents are Bill and Carol Ballard, Joel and Susan Hansen, all of Nephi, Tirry White City, Oregon. Great grand- and DeEtte Green, Dennis parents are George mChesw and Worwood, all of Levan. are Wall and Margaret Williams of Nephi, Fred Lynn of Mona, Genevieve Lucille Bryan of Nephi, Marilyn Elbert of Medford, Oregon, and Worwood and the late Karl Delbert Tobiasson of Ashland, Worwood, and Rex Chase, all of Oregon. Levan, Bert and Marlene Hansen of Goshen. Great-grandparen- ts The 13th Annual Tooele County Arts Festival will be held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 4, 5 and 6 in the Tooele City Park on Vine Street beginning daily at 12:00 noon. Admission is free. Call 801-831-06- Shoreline Trail The first ever Bonneville Shoreline Trail Conference is scheduled for Friday, June 4, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Sons of the Utah Pioneers building, 3301 East 2920 South, Salt Lake City. Anyone interested in the future of the non event. Call motorized trail is welcome to attend this day-lon- g 0. Volunteers Needed Volunteers are needed to assist with construction of the Three Rocks Trail at Jordanelle State ParkRock Cliff recreation area Saturday, June 5, from 12 to 5 p.m. as part of National Trails Day. Call 0. Kodachrome Basin State Park n Kodachrome features rock pillars in and near the park ranging from six to nearly 170 feet high. The park offers 24 camping units in a natural amphitheater protected by tall sandstone cliffs and shaded by large junipers and pines. A mild climate makes it especially attractive in early spring and late fall when other areas might by too cold to visit. Facilities are all modern, and a concessionaire provides horse rentals. sixty-seve- pin-yo- n' Let us help you make your wedding easy and save you money in the process. We can help you to send out your announcements in an easy and inexpensive manner. In a fraction of the time that it will take you to hand address your invitations, you can make your selections from our list. The cost is only 22c for each one you select from our list and only 26c for invitations that you hand address. We mail anywhere in the United States. 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