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Fun Foods For Camping

By Ben / November 13, 2020

Cooking can be the biggest part of the fun you have while out camping. Your appetite will absolutely open up once you are in the great outdoors. Whether you have hiked all day or are enjoying the campfire by evening, you will embrace a roaring appetite as big as your campfire. Camping foods need to […]

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Feeding Your Plants

By Ben / August 9, 2020

Just like people, plants have their own particular requirements and it is not the best policy to assume they all need the same feeding. Some plants need a lot of attention whereas others require very little. You can actually harm the growth of your plants by feeding them too much. Once again there needs to […]

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Unlikely Survival Foods: Instant Potatoes

By Peter D. / October 14, 2019

Instant Potatoes are another one of those foods that have a long shelf life, the main reason that it qualifies for a good survival food option. Most kinds of instant potatoes have a shelf life of nearly 18 months or longer. Like many other instant foods/survival foods, instant potatoes are extremely light, and easy to […]

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Cold-Crushing Superfoods

By Michael B. / August 28, 2019

Not only do healthy, nutrient-dense foods nourish your body and help the cells grow and reproduce, they also help arm your body’s defenses to ward off attacks from germs that cause colds. Low-fat meats, whole grains, fruits, vegetables and whole grains all play a part in preparing your body to do battle. Another important component […]

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Here’s Why You Should Add Juicing To Your Regimen

By Andrew J. / July 8, 2019

Juice can actually be considered a natural water source and provides the body with protein, carbohydrates, essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals that can be absorbed quickly and efficiently. Fresh juice also contains necessary enzymes, and pigments such as carotenes, chlorophyll, and flavonoids.    Juicing fresh fruits and vegetables provides numerous nutritional advantages that are extremely […]

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Frequently Asked Questions: How To Clean Your Grill

By Michael B. / May 31, 2019

How do I clean my grill before using it for the first time this season? Don’t worry, cleaning the grill is actually easier than most people realize, and you can usually forego the brushes, dirty sink and elbow grease if you start the day before you need the grill. However, use the following method only […]

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The 7 Food Safety Tips You Need In Your Kitchen

By Michael B. / April 25, 2019

Most conscientious cooks use common sense when preparing or storing food. But common sense in food preparation doesn’t just happen- it is learned. This learning happens and when we forget where we learned it, we call it common sense. Here are just a few pointers to refresh and reinforce your common sense as you are […]

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Waging War on Trans Fats

By Michael B. / April 10, 2019

Trans fats are in the news a lot these days because a new regulation requiring that they be included on food nutrition labels is now in effect. Trans fats are created when liquid oils are made into solids by a process called partial hydrogenation. This increases shelf life and flavor stability, but at the cost […]

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Sharing Your Passion With Your Kids

By Andrew J. / April 9, 2019

Often times as adults, we want to share our hobbies and pastimes with our children. However, it can be difficult to decide when that pastime is appropriate. Children have shorter attention spans that make it difficult to calculate when they are ready for certain things. Fishing is a common hobby of many people around the […]

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Cooking With Eggs: The Rundown

By Andrew J. / March 19, 2019

Eggs are a staple in the American kitchen. They can be cooked alone: boiled, poached, fried, scrambled. They can be used in baking, for things like batters and cakes. Alternatively, you can use eggs to thicken sauces or to lighten and fluff up dishes. But how much do you actually know about eggs? Chances are, […]

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