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Pot Of Chicken Noodle Soup With Dumplings

Chicken Noodle Soup with Dumplings

Homemade chicken soup is amazing whether you're sick or not. It's not just the comfort factor of chicken soup that draws us to it when we're feeling sick. It has a lot of beneficial components for boosting immunity. When slow cooked, the marrow is released from the bones and nutrients are more thoroughly broken down, allowing our bodies to fight…

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Essential Oils, Manuka Honey, Coconut Oil To Make Dog Toothpaste

Essential Oils for Dog Toothpaste

I’m placing the disclaimer first so you (hopefully) understand what I’m talking about. I had to edit this post for compliance so I apologize for being vague: *The FDA doesn’t allow me to say the names of diseases or certain symptoms of said disease, so I have to use vague terminology like unwanted bacteria or pathogens, environmental threats, runny nose,…

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Cross Section Of My Tiny House Plans

A practical tiny house for the realist

Yep, I like the tiny houses. However... I noticed a couple things about tiny house living that just don't seem practical. When I first started watching the videos, documentaries, reading articles, etc I just didn't understand how no one seemed to be annoyed by not being able to stand up in their 2nd floor. I also thought it was odd…

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Caprese Salad Consisting Of Fresh Tomatoes, Basil, Mozzarella Cheese, Olive Oil, And Balsamic Vinegar

Caprese salad, a summer time favorite

One of the things I look forward to most in the summer are Caprese salads. There is nothing like a fresh, ripe tomato. Wild Onion Farms has the best out there. I love their Kellogg's Breakfast and Marianna's Peace tomatoes. Kellogg's Breakfast is a warm, sunny light yellow-orange color. They have a good bit of water in them so they…

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