No-Knead Artisan Buttermilk Bread

No-Knead Artisan Buttermilk Bread

No-Knead Artisan Buttermilk Bread: It’s Easier Than You Think People are intimidated by making bread. The part that intimidates them the most is kneading. Kneading is a lost skill. No fear! This no-knead artisan bread is also a no-fail recipe. Buttermilk gives this bread a great, tangy taste that makes …

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11 Signs You are Probably Not Drinking Enough Water

11 Signs You are Probably Not Drinking Enough Water

11 Signs You are Probably Not Drinking Enough Water Are you drinking enough water daily? Doctors recommend that everyone consumes six to eight 8-ounce glasses of water per day. That can sound excessive, but we have to remember how much water we lose each day! Most importantly, the human body …

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20 Ingenious Ways To Use Silica Gel That You Never Knew

20 Ingenious Ways To Use Silica Gel That You Never Knew

20 Ingenious Ways To Use Silica Gel That You Never Knew  Often found in the bottom of shoe boxes and in dry food packets, silica gel packets are commonly looked at as small nuisances that provide no additional purpose other than to get themselves thrown into the nearest waste bin …

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How to Grow Pineberries

How to Grow Pineberries

How to Grow Pineberries: Strawberries That Taste Like Pineapple  Growing pineapples might pose a challenge for most gardeners who don’t live in a subtropical region, so learning how to grow pineberries is a fantastic substitute. Pineberries are strawberries that taste like pineapples, but they’re not – sneaky.  Pineberries aren’t a …

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8 Essential Oils that Repel Insects

8 Essential Oils that Repel Insects Summer is a delightful time of year. Sunshine, picnics, beach trips, and fresh summer peaches make it many people’s favorite season. The only big detractor? Bugs! All that warmth, sunshine, and humidity make summer insects’ favorite season too. Not that the words isn’t big …

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11 Campfire Recipes You Must Try

11 Campfire Recipes You Must Try

11 Campfire Recipes You Must Try Camping season is upon us! Summertime is the perfect time to escape with your family into the woods and camp under the stars. Kids spend their days wading in the creeks, fishing, and enjoying time without technology. Families can roast marshmallows, play board games, …

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How To Grow Tomatoes And Potatoes On The Same Plant

How To Grow Tomatoes And Potatoes On The Same Plant

How To Grow Tomatoes And Potatoes On The Same Plant  Tomato plants and potato plants are both members of the Solanaceae, or nightshade, family and can be grafted together to form what is cleverly referred to as a “pomato” plant or “ketchup and fries.” The effect is cherry tomatoes growing …

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11 Natural Pest Fighting Flowers

11 Natural Pest Fighting Flowers

11 Natural Pest Fighting Flowers Flowers have more purposes in your garden than looking beautiful. If you research companion planting, you quickly learn that flowers can fight pests. Using flowers planted amongst your vegetable garden is a creative and natural way to fight pests looking for a quick meal. Years …

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Guide to Attracting Hummingbirds to Your Garden

How to Attract Hummingbirds to Your Garden

Attracting Hummingbirds to Your Garden Watching hummingbirds in your garden is one of the loveliest experiences. Hummingbirds may be small, but they are known for being rare and difficult to attract to your garden. While they can be a bit tricky, all you have to do is know what hummingbirds …

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Reasons you should be cooking with cast iron

9 Reasons you should be cooking with cast iron

9 Reasons you should be cooking with cast iron Cast iron used to be the most popular and trusted cookware before people started using Aluminum, Stainless steel and Teflon cookware. Peradventure because it could be used to cook with almost all types of heat. Of course, after a while, people …

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6 House Plants That Reduce Humidity Levels

6 House Plants That Reduce Humidity Levels

6 House plants that reduce humidity levels  You know it when excess home moisture raises its ugly head. You’ll spot foggy windows, smell a mildew or musty odor, or your skin feels clammy. If it has been around for a while it had the chance to mark its territory. Damp spots, mold, …

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