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By Chelsea Fyrberg If you live in North America, you probably know that fresh blueberries are anything but hard to come by during the summer months. That’s because this unique blue fruit ranks as the second [...]
Includes: green apples, artichokes, asparagus, avocados, green beans, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, green cabbage, cucumbers, green grapes, honeydew melon, kiwi, lettuce, limes, okra, green onions, peas, green pepper, spinach, zucchini From “mushy” peas to “stinky” broccoli, we’ve [...]
Juicing is quite the rage these days. But believe it or not, the first juicer was designed way back in the 1930’s by a nutritionist who reportedly lived to be over 110 years old. Whether it [...]
With Valentine’s Day lifting its heart-shaped head, there is one thing on everyone’s mind…the annual chocolate gorge-fest! Well lucky for us chocoholics, it turns out chocolate is actually good for us! Cocoa-the backbone of chocolate as [...]
Pumpkins. They posses an ability to play both angel and demon, creating sweet pies on the one hand, and casting haunting shadows on the other. The “middle child” of the Three Sisters (a trio of corn, [...]