it's 1:1.5 (dye to peroxide) for the ash blondes :)
Some ice cream flavors that start with F are: French Vanilla Fudge Ripple Fudge Royal Fluffer Nutter
Synonyms of the word fudge: fake, misrepresent avoid, embellish, embroider, equivocate, evade, exaggerate, falsify, hedge, magnify, overstate, patch, shuffle, slant, stall
This is where terminology is confused.Lowering a value by three eighths percent is subtracting from it its value multiplied by three eighths percent→ 5.25% - 5.25% × 3/8% = (5.25 - 5.25 × 3/8%) % = 5.2303125 %Lowering a percentage by three eighths percentage POINTSis reducing the percentage by 3/8 = 0.375→ 5.25% - 3/8% = (5.25 - 0.375) % = 4.875 %------------------------------Most people will take the first to mean the second; this is often used by unscrupulous people and (especially) politicians to fudge figures, though sometimes the person using the wrong one is none the wiser to the true meaning (especially politicians).
If each piece of candy weighs 1 ounce, then 56 pieces of candy would weigh a total of 56 ounces. To convert ounces to pounds, divide the total ounces by 16 (since there are 16 ounces in a pound). Therefore, 56 ounces is equal to 3.5 pounds.
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Yes, Nabisco is introducing their fudge cookies line as their answer to Keebler's Fudge Shoppe brand in 2016, and it's probably going to be called Nabisco Fudge Cookies. The following products will include the soon-to-be updated version of "Pinwheels" (which are golden vanilla cookies topped with marshmallow and coated in chocolatey fudge, and are in the same donut ring form as before), "Fudge Shorties" (which are fudge striped shortbread cookies), "Fudge Sticks" (which are vanilla creme cookie wafers coated in chocolatey fudge), "Fudge Grahams" (which are graham crackers coated in chocolatey fudge), "Stuffed Fudge Shorties" (which are Fudge Shorties cookies loaded with lots of gooey fudge that have more fudge stripes on the center, as their answer to Keebler's new Magic Middles cookies), and "Hoppers" (which are mint fudge cookies).
It makes: Fudge brown
It makes: Fudge brown
It's a fudge made with brown sugar and butter and milk and nuts
I think people like cookies because they're a easy and good tasting snack. Adults especially have attachment to certain brands of cookies I am partial to Keebler's: Lemon Creme, Vanilla Creme and without a doubt Chocolate Fudge. As long as the product maintained its great taste and consistency of ingredients people will continue to purchase that product. This helps to keep the product around. Companies need to look more to the experienced cookie.consumers in regards to canceling a product. I hope that the Nabisco company brings back a little nostalgia and return to the store shelves all three of the discontinued cookies brands (vanilla Creme sandwich cookies, lemon Creme and the chocolate fudge sandwich cookies. They would suprise at the outcome.
1 pint equals 16 fluid oz
AKA Miss Matt Fudge of the Fudge Report
== == Yes, fudge is a noun. A noun is a person, place, or thing. Fudge is a thing. Fudge is a noun if it refers to the chocolate treat. Fudge can also be a verb.