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4 Delicious Ways To Make Homemade Hot Cereal

4 Delicious Ways To Make Homemade Hot Cereal

I adore hot cereal, especially during those long winter months from December to March. However, any time of the year is a good time for a soothing bowl of hot grains. But, I’m not a fan of creamy wheat cereals ...

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How To Grow And Enjoy Pomegranates

How To Grow And Enjoy Pomegranates

Many orchard and berry fruits, including apples, pears, currants and raspberries, don’t really grow well in hot climates. Fortunately, there’s an alternative for almost every gardening situation. Citrus fruits, nuts and blackberries thrive in warm climates, and let’s not forget ...

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How To Prevent Common Sweet Corn Problems

How To Prevent Common Sweet Corn Problems

Sweet corn takes up more garden space than most crops and it’s also fairly demanding in terms of moisture and nutrients. The incomparable taste of freshly-picked corn, though, is enough to encourage gardeners to continue to grow it. Native to ...

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5 Easy Steps To Making Homemade Apple Juice

5 Easy Steps To Making Homemade Apple Juice

Like most children, my kids consume a lot of apple products—fresh apples, applesauce, and apple juice. I love the health benefits apples offer. Cornell University in particular has conducted several studies on apples and found that the antioxidants in apples ...

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4 Delicious Ways To Use Your Summer Berries

4 Delicious Ways To Use Your Summer Berries

Late summer and early fall means berry season, one of my favorite times of the year. I freeze bags of berries for smoothies and I process jars and jars of jam. But, when my freezer’s packed and I’ve had my ...

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How To Can Green Chiles

How To Can Green Chiles

I grew up in Idaho, and while my family grew and canned a wide variety of foods, green chiles were not among them. I married an Arizonian though, and quickly became acquainted with south of the border flavors. Over the ...

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