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Growing Your Own Herbal Tea

Growing Your Own Herbal Tea
Posted in : easy, family, fresh, guest post, healthy, herb, lavender, natural, summer, tea, vegan, vegetarian on by : Jeanette Rueb
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As we head into spring (or wishfully think about it), it’s time to consider what we can add to our kitchen from the Earth around where we live. Not only does growing your own produce save you money, but it doesn’t require a lot of space. Container gardening works well for many plants, from herbs
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Basic Remedy Teas

Basic Remedy Teas
Posted in : breakfast, dessert, dinner, drink, drinks, easy, herb, hot drinks, lunch, recipe, remedies, remedy, Spice, tea on by : Jeanette Rueb
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Whether you’re tired of popping Aleve or you just really have to let one rip but can’t, sometimes, you want an alternative to standard methods of relief. For mild cases of uncomfortable but fleeting maladies, sometimes, a cup of tea can do the trick. These recipes are based on traditional remedies from around the world
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How to Hang-Dry Plants

How to Hang-Dry Plants
Comments : 2 Posted in : easy, fresh, guide, herb, tips on by : Jeanette Rueb
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Our new home has an amazing mint garden out front and a raspberry bramble out back. As anyone who’s ever met me knows all too well, I love tea. Mint tea is the quintessential winter beverage for me, and raspberry leaf tea is like black tea’s fruity cousin. With two natural resources literally right outside
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Lemon and Herb Roasted Chicken

Posted in : chicken, dinner, herb, lemon, oregano, recipe, rosemary, thyme, Uncategorized on by : Jeanette Rueb

This dinner is a two-in-one crowd pleaser and air-freshener (if you want your house to carry that savory smell of rosemary, thyme, and oregano, that is). It’s the perfect combination of sweet, savory, and tangy. Using skin-on chicken thighs ensures that the meat is not only flavorful, but that it’s moist and crispy. It’s the
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