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10 Foods You Should Not Be Feeding Your Chickens

10 Foods You Should Not Be Feeding Your Chickens It’s true that chickens aren’t exactly picky eaters. Most of the time, anyway. They love to eat out in the yard including this such as grass, weeds, flowers, bugs. They even eat tiny rocks, all sorts of plants and fruits, breads, pasta and rice. All sorts …

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Fermented Foods – One Step Better Than Raw

Fermented Foods: One Step Better Than Raw Preserving food by fermenting it is about as low-tech and simple as it gets, but the health benefits of fermented food are great. It could even be argued that many fermented foods are actually healthier than when they were raw. The main reasons being that fermented foods digest far quicker …

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Freezer Friendly Foods: 30 Foods You Probably Didn’t Even Know You Could Freeze

Freezer Friendly Foods: 30 Foods You Probably Didn’t Even Know You Could Freeze Every savvy shopper knows you should buy in bulk when food items are on sale and find ways to preserve them until needed. While canning, pickling, and dehydrating foods all have their uses and merits, there is a much simpler way to …

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12 Months Of No Processed Foods – Crock Pot Recipes

12 Months Of No Processed Foods – Crock Pot Recipes Did you know you can poach, stew, braise, simmer, water bath, infuse, roast, and bake in a Crock-Pot slow cooker? You can also reheat your dinner or keep it warm when running late. I buy everything organic and any meats are grass fed with no …

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16 Forever Foods, Food That Never Spoil

16 Forever Foods, Food That Never Spoil I did a post a few weeks ago about ways to help keep your food longer, well here is a great list of 16 foods that last forever.Just like anything, these foods will only last forever when properly stored and cared for. That means keeping them in well sealed …

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10 Perennial Foods: Plant Once and Enjoy Forever!

10 Perennial Foods: Plant Once and Enjoy Forever! Maybe you have a thriving garden but just want to add more so that you can reduce trips to the grocery store. Maybe you are curious to test your green thumb. Perhaps you just need a few trusty ingredients on hand at all times! There are so …

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