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Heirloom Squash, Gourds, and Pumpkins

Heirloom Squash, Gourds, and Pumpkins

Heirloom varieties of vegetables, fruits, and even flowers are more popular than ever these days as gardeners learn to love the unique colors, flavors, and shapes of these older varieties. If you have minimal experience with heirlooms, you have surely ...

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Building Up a Root Cellar

Building Up a Root Cellar

Root vegetables are like the backup calorie base.  They can add bulk and nutrition when the “pantry” cannot (like when you are sick of bread).  Used in conjunction with the pantry items (flour, fats, grains, starches, etc.), the root vegetables ...

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Not So Safe Sun Screen Ingredients

Not So Safe Sun Screen Ingredients

Although most popular histories track the invention of sunscreen back to the 1930s, recently translated papyri and tomb walls in Egypt may push that date back by a few thousand years. Giving it a little thought, I guess it just ...

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Re: Goat Tastes Great Part 2

Re: Goat Tastes Great Part 2

Goat has its own unique flavor and cooking quirks. When you are trying to put more goat on the table or get your family used to eating meat that you’ve produced yourself, these quirks become a front and center issue. ...

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10 Goat Cooking Tips Revealed

10 Goat Cooking Tips Revealed

Goat meat can be a delicious, healthy, and affordable addition to your pantry, but there is no denying that goat doesn’t cook up quite like chicken, pork, or beef. Done incorrectly, goat meat can be gamey, fatty, and tough. Done ...

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Food Storage Basics

Food Storage Basics

The last winter crops are in from the garden, and in spite of mild weather in some parts, it may still be a little too early to plant anything in your neck of the woods. This slack time can be ...

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Study Reviews The Culprits Behind Dying Bees

Study Reviews The Culprits Behind Dying Bees

Since about 2006, farmers, scientists, beekeepers, and casual observers have noticed sudden declines in bee populations. Beekeepers were seeing at least 30 percent of their bee populations die or disappear each year. Scientists began calling this phenomenon colony collapse disorder, ...

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