‘Sandy’ greasy grease is a green hornets secret ingredient

In this April 18, 2017 file photo, green hornetts secret ingredient is a product that is “highly refined” and “highly toxic,” according to a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in California.

(AP Photo/Eric Risberg) Green hornets greasy butter: A secret ingredient that can help treat diabetes, obesity and heart disease (March 2, 2018) Green Hornetts greasy cream: A food that has been found to be a powerful antioxidant, which could prevent Alzheimer’s disease, and could have “potential to be used in the treatment of cancer, cancer patients with heart disease, stroke, and some forms of dementia.”

Green Hornets greased doughnuts: An ingredient that may be effective in the prevention of heart disease and stroke.

Green Hornett greased peanut butter: An anti-cancer ingredient.

Green hornetts greased cookies: A cancer food ingredient.

(Reuters/Jim Young) Green harts greased butter: The product is made from the dried plant material known as “green hornett.”

(Reuters) Green kimchi: A Korean product that can be made from soybeans.

Green onions: A plant that has a unique ability to “melt” when exposed to hot, humid air.

Green kibble: An animal product that contains a plant protein that is a key component of the body’s immune system.

Green cheese: A soybean product made from cow’s milk that is highly nutritious and can be used to feed animals.

Green nuts: A tree-like edible fruit that is considered an essential component of plant foods, but which is not generally considered a plant.

Green pea: A fungus that grows on the green tree and can cause a variety of health problems.

(Aldrich, Inc./AP) Green peanut butter, green cheese, green onions, green kimchis greased brown rice: The products are all made from plants, but the most famous green peanut butter is the most expensive.

(EPA) Green soybean: A protein found in soybeans that has proven useful for people with diabetes.

Green rice: A starch that can contain minerals and vitamins.

Green beans: A type of legume.

Green peas: A bean-like food that can grow on green trees.

Green soybeans: A staple in North America, including Hawaii.

Green tomatoes: A variety of tomatoes with a distinctive red, yellow, or green color.

Green corn: A grain that is grown from a variety known as green corn.

Green coffee: A specialty coffee that has historically been brewed from roasted beans.

Green peanut oil: A chemical derived from a protein found naturally in soybean.

Green pepper: A spice found in the flesh of some insects, including the black widow spider.

Green spinach: A vegetable that can provide nutritional benefits, including calcium and iron.

Green walnuts: A nut with a rich flavor and nutritional value, but has no nutritional value and is not considered a food.

Green wine: A fermented fruit that can have a range of health benefits, but is not usually considered a wine.

Green-skinned, green potatoes: A potato that is yellow, green and often looks green.

Greenwort: A flowering plant that produces an herb that is used in herbal remedies.

Greenberry juice: A beverage made from fermented white wine, but contains a high amount of fructose and a high level of alcohol.

Green apples: A common fruit that grows in the southern U.K. and is widely used in European cooking.

Green almonds: A dessert ingredient.

The almond butter is not a health food.

(Sandra Ahn/Reuters)Green onions: An enzyme that can digest cellulose and make sugar.

Green bananas: A fruit that contains vitamin A, which helps prevent the development of type 2 diabetes.

(Eugene Hoshiko/AP)Green pea sprouts: A fiber-rich crop that is sometimes used as a snack, and has been used for thousands of years.

Green parsley: A green food that is often used as an ingredient in traditional Chinese medicine.

Green peppers: A large variety of peppers that is eaten by millions around the world, but can be poisonous if eaten too often.

Green soybean oil: An oil that has high levels of omega-3 fatty acids.

(Green Bioscience/Reuters/File)Green onion: A thick, red food that contains an enzyme that breaks down cellulose.

Green olives: A rich food that are a source of antioxidants.

Green peas: An edible fruit with a creamy, nutty flavor.

Green potatoes: An excellent source of protein, calcium and vitamins, but also contains an excessive amount of sugar and calories.

Green rice: An ancient grain that has survived in China for thousands and is now considered a delicacy.

Green-skinned potatoes: Some people have reported seeing green peas in their homes after eating a large amount of green-skinned rice.