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snap at (someone)
to speak sharply or angrily to someone
Our supervisor often snaps at the people who he works with.
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  • snap out of (something)
  • sniff out (someone or something) or sniff (someone or something) out
  • snow (someone) under
  • so far
  • so far, so good
  • so help me
  • so long
  • so mad that one could scream
  • so much
  • so much for (someone or something)
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  • lay down one's life (for someone or something)
  • cheek by jowl
  • with no strings attached
  • kick off (something) or kick (something) off
  • speak off the cuff
  • funny business
  • in storage
  • have one's finger in too many pies
  • rub (someone's) nose in it
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    Hemp Seed Butter

    Nutritional hemp comes from the same species as marijuana, but from a different variety bred to have virtually none of the psychoactive chemical THC. Instead, nutritional hemp is bred to emphasize its array of essential fatty acids, especially the omega-3s. Hemp seeds provide a good balance between omega-3 fatty acids and omega-6 fatty acids. (It is thought that the typical Western diet contains too much omega-6 and too little omega-3.) They are also very high in protein, and the protein from hemp seed is considered to be a complete protein because it provides all of the essential fatty acids.
    Hemp seeds are actually nuts, which is why you will sometimes see the butter called “hemp seed nut butter.”
    Nutritional Facts :
    Two tablespoons of hemp seed butter provides 160 calories, 7 g carbohydrate, 11 g protein, 9.8 g fat, 1 g dietary fiber, 10 mg sodium, and 3.6 mg iron.


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