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Safe Vitamin Choices for Kids

With the flu season in full swing we want to keep our family as healthy as possible so we want to give our children a little extra boost to build their immune system up and get extra nutrition in their body especially if they don’t eat as healthy as we would like. A reader recently […]

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Ban the PLASTIC BAG!

 Do you still use plastic when shopping or bring your own bags. Over the last few years I have personally collected about 50 or so reusable bags. Some I use and some I’ve passed on to others (like my mother) so they can use when shopping. When I started using reusable bags Whole Foods Market […]

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Planting and Harvesting Lettuce

I have to say that lettuce is one of the easiest vegetables to grow. I’ve started from seed and also plants and both grow equally as well. I’ve grown mostly Romain and Spring Mix but there are so many others you can choose from such as;  Butterheads, Bibb, or even the most kind, iceberg. PLANTING […]

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Freezing Corn on the Cob

This year was the first year that I planted corn. Corn on the Cobb is one of my favorite summer vegetables and I’ve now turned my sons into huge fans as well. At the beginning of our planting season my boys and I design what vegetables we will grow this year and corn was one […]

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Growing Potatoes

This is my first year growing potatoes. It’s something I’ve wanted to grow for the last few years but was a bit intimidated by the whole process. If you have never grown potatoes before, have no fear because it’s one of the easiest veggies to grow.         Things to know….. * Types […]

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