What's the key to improvising a smoothie? What exactly is in season year-round? Err, how many cups of water per cup of grains is it again? If these questions plague you every time you are in the kitchen, allow these infographics to help troubleshoot your frequently asked kitchen questions. Pin away for safekeeping!
~ "Grain Silos Recycled" are everywhere and as urbanization continues apace there are more and more of them that go unused. Like shipping container homes, these leftover structures offer a wealth of unused and open but sturdily supported interior space that can be adaptively reused in creative ways. Some people have turned grain silos into homes while other have figured out that a grain silo hotel is a marketable commodity.
BMW. I like this packaging that BMW created. Although the inside layout is quite static and plain as their common layouts, the interactive cover intrigues the viewer to open the packager to see what's inside. The illustration used is very bold and eye-catching.
ALERT! Think you can avoid glyphosate by buying organic? Think again. A shocking new investigation by Tropical Traditions reveals that many products in the organic grain market in the U.S. contain glyphosate residue at levels almost the same as conventional grains.
In Alaska farmers market, you will find plenty of different kinds of veggies, fruits, pulses, grains, and many more. Despite short growing period and challenging cold climate in Alaska, more and more farmers' markets appear every day across the state. What makes Alaska farmers markets special is undoubtedly their atmosphere. People in Alaska are among the friendliest in America, and farmers are no exception. You can truly tell... FULL ARTICLE…
Industrial furniture, such as old post office cabinets and hotel mail slots, is easier to come by than you might expect. The downside with these pieces is that if they are in good condition, (and often even when they are not) they fall on the pricier side of the thrift-store scale.