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In addition to decreasing the amount of fat in a dish, salsa can also increase the amount of

A. vitamin C and fiber. B. calories and cholesterol. C. sodium and cholesterol. D. calcium and phosphorus. None

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Salsa is the Italian, Spanish and Greek term for sauce. It is rich source of Vitamin C. So the correct answer is A. Salsa is also a source of fibre, Magnesium, and Phosphorous. It is low in saturated fats and cholesterol, and therfore, it decreases the intake of fat, and improves the content of other vital vitamins.

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11 months ago 34 4.7