Store Your Fruits and Veggies this Fall

Store Your Fruits and Veggies this Fall By Leah Lancione If you grow your own fruits and vegetables, or even if you don’t have a garden but like to eat locally-grown produce, it’s best to harvest and eat it when it is fresh and in season. Consequently, it’s a smart idea to store this fresh […]

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DIETING DELICIOUSLY By Louise Whiteside             If you’re like me, you can remember a day when dieting meant bland, uninteresting foods and plenty of forbidden fare. You were warned not to eat (or to limit severely) sugars, fats, simple carbohydrates, and basically, all the ingredients that made food taste good. A diet in years gone […]

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What’s All the Buzz About?

What’s All the Buzz About? By Melissa Conroy There is no glamorous way of getting around this fact: Honey is essentially bee spit. This miraculous process starts when honeybees vacuum up nectar from flowers and store it in their “honey stomach” (one of two stomachs) where enzymes get to work converting it. This honey stomach […]

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Bees in Your Backyard: A Hobby Full of Sweetness and Light

Bees in Your Backyard: A Hobby Full of Sweetness and Light By Kirsten S. Traynor Have you toyed with the idea of keeping your own honeybee hive? Perhaps you want pollinators for your garden. Or maybe a taste of honey from a local beekeeper stirred a desire to harvest your own. Possibly you’ve heard bees […]

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Eggs Are Egg-cellent!

 Eggs Are Egg-cellent! By Melissa Conroy Got heart disease? High cholesterol? Blood pressure issues? If so, breakfast for you may mean pouring some Egg Beaters (a blend of egg whites, xanthan gum and other additives) into a skillet or foregoing eggs all together. Eggs have long gotten a bad rap, and many people limit their […]

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