When should I plant my Organic Garden?

Plant an Organic Garden by Historical Weather Data When I was growing up I always heard that Good friday was the time to plant your vegetable garden. I live in Georgia zone 7b. The problem is Easter dose not come on the same date every year. Easter comes on the first Sunday after the first …

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Boiled Eggs-Steamed Not Boiled

Have you ever had those times when you were making deviled eggs and when you went to peel your boiled eggs the whites stuck to the shell, they looked terrible and you were just plain frustrated.  I have a solution for you. Steam the eggs instead of boiling them. Even if the eggs were laid …

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Farm Fresh Eggs Raised on Pasture

The question is: What makes eggs raised on pasture any better for you than those raised in commercial chicken houses? Eggs that are raised on pasture taste so much better than commercially raised eggs.  I believe the main reason is because they are eating grass and are in the sunshine.  The chlorophyll in the grass …

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Kale Salad with Cranberries, Apples and Nuts

Kale Salad is a great way to add raw veggies to your diet.  The addition of apples and cranberries to this salad adds a little sweet that makes it attractive even to those that aren’t in love with raw kale. Give this recipe a try! It’s quick and easy to make and makes a colorful, …

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Healthy Living Tip – Adding Raw Vegetables to Your Diet

Spring and Fall are times of the year for fresh salads from the garden. Lettuces, sprouts, spinach, kale, and Asian greens are a few greens that make a tasty salad. Your raw vegetables give lots of nutrition and flavor to your meal. We all know that antioxidants in our diet help to make a healthier …

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