Double chocolate vegan chocolate muffins – bakery style — Endometriosis survivor

  INGREDIENTS 1 and 3/4 cups (220g) All Purpose Flour* 1/2 cup (42g) Cocoa Powder (Unsweetened) 1 cup (200g) Brown Sugar 1 tsp Baking Soda 1/2 tsp Salt 2 tsp Instant Coffee Powder 1 cup (240ml) Vegan Buttermilk 2 tsp Vanilla Extract 1/3 cup (80ml) Coconut Oil (Melted) 1/4 cup (60g) Applesauce 1 Tbsp White […]

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Indeterminate or Determinate Tomatoes

Have you ever heard of determinate or indeterminate to describe a tomato?  Usually this term is used for crops where the fruit is the edible part of the plant.  This includes tomatoes, peppers, peas, beans, and cucumbers. Determinate Tomatoes: These tomatoes grow to a certain height then bear their fruit during a short period of […]

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Zabaglione Recipe – The Delicious Italian Yellow Custard — Authentic Italian Recipes from Nonna Box

  Zabaglione is traditionally served with fresh, ripe figs and, in Italy, is known as zabaione or zabajone – the name varies depending on the country. It may have originated in Venice where honey was used instead of sugar, but most likely Piedmont is the Italian region of origin. Some say the Italian dessert dates […]

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5 Gallon Container Vegetable Garden

Soon I will need to transplant my seedlings to bigger containers.  Currently we do not have a garden area that gets enough sun so we will need to use containers. Here are some of the pros and cons associated with container gardening. If you are considering using containers for your garden, here is a list […]

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Crop Rotation at the Veggie-Bed — Urban Gardening

  Writer: Tom Myrick Sponsored By: LawnCare by Tom At the Veggie-Bed this 2019 growing season, we decided to group vegetables that have similar nutritional requirements in the same beds. The groups are designated to the following categories: • Leaf Crops (utilizes nitrogen in the soil) • Legume Crops (replenishes nitrogen in the soil) • […]

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Home Grown Salad – Seed To Fork — Town & Country Gardening

Lettuce is fast growing cool weather crop that quickly reaches maturity. It is a cool season plant best grown in the spring and fall of the year in most of the U.S. With so many loose leaf and head varieties your most difficult decision is which varieties to plant. First plant the cold tolerant lettuce […] […]

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12 Chocolate Cakes for Chocolate Lovers Like You & Me — SweetNSpicyLiving.com

  Calling all chocolate lovers out there, I have something decadent for all of you. Here, I have compiled 12 of my favorite Chocolate recipes. From simple one bowl chocolate cake, to small batch chocolate cakes, flourless chocolate cakes, tart and brownie. I am hoping that there is something that you will find interesting here. […]

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Why Start A Garden From Seed

As new gardeners it might be intimidating to start from seed as opposed to buying plant starts from a store. Here are a few reasons to start from seed: By starting from seed indoors or in a greenhouse you can get an early start on the gardening season. Buying seeds is usually cheaper than buying plant […]

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Better Than Store bought Coffee Creamer Recipe. — Sumner Acres Homestead

  This recipe is short and sweet. I have trained my hubby to be a coffee drinker..but he has to use a lot of creamer. So we decided since we go through it so quickly that we would attempt to make our own French vanilla creamer. We ended up LOVING this homemade one so much […]

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Sprouting Seed Potatoes Before Planting — Home & Harrow

  How and why chitting or sprouting seed potatoes is essential before you plant them (hint: you’ll get a faster harvest and bigger yields, which sound like pretty good reasons to me!) Update: The original version of this post was published in March 2018 Spring is almost here! There’s only one more month to go until… […]

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