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Artful Homemaking: Homemade Coconut Mint Toothpaste

Artful Homemaking: Homemade Coconut Mint Toothpaste

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6 Excellent Home Remedies For Toenail Fungus

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Home Remedies for Toenail Fungus

Home Remedies for Toenail Fungus

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Buffalo Roasted Cauliflower

Buffalo Roasted Cauliflower

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The ANIT-CANCER JUICE TONIC To Your Health! Kat =^.^= www.facebook.com/...

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100 days of no processed food recipes and meal plans.

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Tomato Soup with Fresh Tarragon | The Flourishing Foodie

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Niçoise Salad

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Baked Eggplant Fries with Goat Cheese Dip (Gluten-Free, Grain-Free) / Gourmande In the Kitchen

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Baked Eggplant Fries with Goat Cheese Dip (Gluten-Free, Grain-Free) / Gourmande In the Kitchen

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Almond Facts: Almonds are high in protein. They contain no cholesterol. Almonds are high in fiber. Almonds are high in calcium. Almonds are abundant in phosphorus, which is good for bones and teeth. Almonds contain generous amounts of vitamin E, considered a powerful antioxidant with cancer-fighting qualities.

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Just one of many commercial crops....Bok choi is not a very common vegetable in the US, but it has a tasty cabbage-like taste and is easy to grow in fall gardens. Bok choi needs fertile soil with plenty of nitrogen for good foliage growth. It is a very fast growing vegetable that is ready to harvest in as little as 35 days after seed germination.

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Farmers Market Love.

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Cornmeal uses. Organic control for root and soil borne fungal diseases, compost simulation, weed control, 9-1-1 fertlilizer.

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Biodynamic Alderlea Farm in Duncan, British Columbia.

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Saskatoon Berries (Juneberries) .. Saskatoon berry plants can survive in winter temperatures up to -60 C and have a lifespan of up to 50 years. The plants grew from western Ontario through to British Columbia. For obvious reasons they were a vital part of the early settlers food supply. In the east, wild blueberries were abundant and were used for sustenance as well as their healing properties. The natives believed the blueberry had magical powers and were a gift from the "Great Spirit".

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How to Grow Cereal Grains at Home. 10x10 plot will yield enough for half a year's worth of bread making.

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fresh picked corn...

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Squash chips 375 degrees for about 30 min and enjoy the best snack ever

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50 healthy smoothie recipes

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Eat your reds! Get more lycopene (tomatoes, watermelon, pink grapefruit), capsaicin (chile peppers), and resveratrol (red wine, red grapes) into your diet, wholeliving.com

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Improve brain function, reduce the risk of cancer, and slow the metabolism of carcinogens with these purple foods, wholeliving.com

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Taste the benefits (cell growth, antiaging, and improved vision) of orange foods, Wholeliving.com

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