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10 Homesteading skills every child should learn. What skills do you teach your kids?
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Chag sameach! Enjoy some DIY #Passover foods, from a #charoset-inspired jam to homemade bitter herb.
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Whether straight up or with grated beets, horseradish is the bitter herb of choice for many seders. Making your own is easy. Here's how.
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Srirachapocalypse! The state of California declares manufacturing of the hot sauce a public nuisance (http://buff.ly/1jyjYLH). Time to make your own. Here's how: http://www.punkdomestics.com/category/tags/sriracha
In the latest installment of the hot sauce apocalypse, officials in California have declared the production of sriracha hot chili sauce a public nuisance. 
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Curd is the word! Creamy and tart, perfect with scones, over ice cream or mixed in yogurt. Here's a bunch, from the classic lemon to grapefruit, cranberry and more.
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Fresh, crisp fennel bulbs are the harbingers of spring with their lighly licorice-y flavor. We love them straight up, but they also play nicely in a variety of applications. Here's a few of our favorites.
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For a Passover-friendly appetizer or snack, try this beet almond dip recipe from Cooking with Amy: http://buff.ly/1hF2yia
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For Passover, try making an apple-almond conserve inspired by the flavors of charoses.
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Have you made the appropriate preparations for canning season? If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. Here's some tips and tricks to get the most out of the season.
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Enhance the tartness of rhubarb by making it into a shrub, or drinking vinegar. Mixed with sparkling water, you might be surprised how refreshing it is.
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