Garlic Edamame Purée Dip — Cooking with a Wallflower

Edamame Puree Dip

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About Wyandotte Chickens: Gorgeous, Heritage Dual Purpose Chickens — MorningChores

For most homesteaders, Wyandottes are at the top of the list of most compatible breeds for life on the farm. When I was researching breeds of chickens I wanted to own, Wyandottes caught my eye for their beautiful plumage. Chicken keepers have loved this breed for years for their versatility. Wyandottes make good layers and… via […]

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Easy Cheesy Baked Spinach Dip — The Mom Bob

It seems kind of cruel that the Superbowl should come just a month into the New Year. Like, we’re all here, fattened up from the holidays (or, if I’m being honest, just kind of chubby from regular life), and we’re all determined to start the year off right and make new habits, and then BAM, […] […]

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Tossed Green Salad with Mango, Peppers & Onions with Honey Vinaigrette  — Surreyfarms. A serene haven in the foothills of Northern California

What makes this salad pop is the honey vinaigrette dressing. Because this salad has sweet ripe mangoes the honey vinaigrette really enhances the sweetness of the fruit. Tossed Green Salad with Mango, Peppers & Onions with Honey Vinaigrette Ingredients: 1 ripe mango cut into cubes 1/2 small red onion cut into thin slices 4 small […] […]

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Top 5 Microgreens to Grow

Here is a list of the most popular microgreens you can grow and harvest in about 9 days.  Always water the growing medium before adding seeds. Sunflower – Soak the seeds for 24 hours.  Spread the seeds on top of the soil.  Do not cover the seeds. Place another container on top.  After 2 days, […]

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40 Home Remedies for Treating High Blood Pressure—10 minutes Read. — www.Mlst.blog

High blood pressure is a cardiovascular ailment and is also known as hypertension. Continually raising pressure of blood in arteries results in high blood pressure. If you are overweight, diabetic, or older in age, you are at a risk of high blood pressure. If untreated, it may lead to injury to eyes and brain, kidney […]

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Organic Gardening Facts: Why You Should Grow Your Own Food — bean post farmstead

This post may contain affiliate links. If you click through and make a purchase we may receive a small commission at NO EXTRA COST to you. This guest post by Marla Gates from Organic 4 Green Livings is brought to you through the gardening series: Your Best Garden Ever! A Garden Series To Give You All… […]

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Regrowing Store Bought Vegetables And Herbs

Here is a list of vegetables and herbs that you can regrow in your garden. Ginger – Break apart ginger into desired pieces.  Sow them and water.  In about a month you should see them starting to come up. Green Onions – Cut the bottom of the green onion to about 1/2 an inch with […]

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Anything Pesto! — Dorky Little Homestead

Plus a Yummy Pesto Chicken Pizza Anything pesto? What do you mean by that Eliza? I’ll tell you! If you are already a pesto aficionado, then you already know that pesto gets a lot of hype but is actually ultra simple at its core. Combine greens and/or basil with nuts, cheese and oil. Voila! Pesto!… via […]

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Tomato Garden Planning And Expansion

It may take a few seasons to figure out how many tomato plants it will take to produce all of the tomato products your family will need for an entire year.  For Living Traditions Homestead, they have reached that point.  They grow 70 tomato plants to feed their family of four which is about two […]

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