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Gorgeous Handmade Honey Soap Recipe

All-Natural Honey Soap Recipe

Handmade soap made with honey is healing and smells heavenly. Sweet honey is often used on the skin because it pampers sensitive skin while it heals. Plus, it’s beautiful and would make a nice homemade gift idea. Honey Soap’s Action on the Skin This soap is useful for all skin types. It is especially beneficial for children and the elderly. …

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Acorn Squash Coconut Chickpea Stuffing Recipe From The Complete Coconut Cookbook

Acorn Squash with Coconut Chickpea Stuffing

Squash is probably my very favourite thing about fall. There are so many varieties that are beautiful to decorate with, but the flavours are really what gets me in the autumn spirit. Rich, sweet butternut squash , sweet-potato-esque delicata squash, and pasta-like spaghetti squash are such fun to cook with. Acorn squash is a lighter version of a winter squash, with …

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Carrot Soap Is A Skin Healing Soap That Works Wonders On Aging Or Sun Damaged Skin

Add this Garden Vegetable to Your Soap for Younger Looking Skin!

I love it when you can take a common vegetable grown in the garden and unleash its super powers! You’ve likely heard that carrots promote eye health and could even keep serious disease away, but did you know that carrots are also magic for your skin? Mar Gomez, the author of The Best Natural Homemade Soaps: 40 Recipes for Moisturizing Olive Oil-Based Soaps, joins us …

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Growing Memories Gardening With Kids Ideas For Getting Kids Out Into The Garden

Top 7 Tips for Getting Kids into the Garden

Gardening with children is a very rewarding experience, as long as you can get them out there! Melinda Myers, the author of Can’t Miss Small Space Gardening, joins us today to share her top 7 tips for getting kids out into the garden! Growing Memories Keep kids busy as you improve their health and focus with the help of gardening. …

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Beet And Carrot Salad In A Mason Jar

Beet and Carrot Salad with Red Wine Vinaigrette

This hearty mason jar lunch is packed full of nutrition recipe comes to us from the author of Mason Jar Salads and More: 50 Layered Lunches to Grab and Go, Julia Mirabella. You may remember that Julia has dropped by before to share her recipe for a Caprese Salad in a Mason jar and a Spinach, Blueberry, and Blue Cheese Salad in a Mason Jar! Check …

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Foraging For Wild Mint

Foraging with Bill Jones: Wild Mint and Crème Caramel

Bill Jones is an expert in the woods and absolutely inspired in the kitchen, which is why he combined two of his greatest passions to create his most recent cookbook, The Deerholme Foraging Book: Wild Foods and Recipes from the Pacific Northwest (TouchWood).  The cookbook champions a return to depending on the bounty of the wild. Many of the greens, berries, …

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