The most common variety of curry paste available, which is red in color and is typically made from fresh and/or dried red chiles mixed with other ingredients such as coriander, cinnamon, cumin seeds, shallots, garlic, lemon grass, and peppercorns.
A term referring to foods in which the sodium content has been reduced. Reduced Sodium foods are important for individuals that have been placed on low sodium diets due to medical concerns, as too much sodium in the diet can lead to high blood pressure for some people.
Milk containing 2% percent milk fat. Many consider low-fat milks containing 1% or less of milk fat such as 1% low-fat milk or skim milk to be reduced-fat milks however, the actual classification for a reduced-fat milk is the variety labeled "2% reduced-fat" milk.
A term that is most often used to describe whole grains that have been processed to remove the outer layer on each kernel of grain resulting in a kernel that cannot be classified as whole,/i> once it has been Refined.