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Rachel at Grow a Good Life
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Gardening, Preserving, Cooking, and Living Simply in rural Maine. A journey to Grow a Good Life. http://growagoodlife.com/
Gardening, Preserving, Cooking, and Living Simply in rural Maine. A journey to Grow a Good Life. http://growagoodlife.com/

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Learn how mulch helps your #garden and explore the types of material you can use as garden #mulch: https://buff.ly/2FGeLm6
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9 Crops to Grow for Food Storage: Learn more: https://buff.ly/2FFpWLS #gardening #foodstorage
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Zest citrus fruit to take full advantage of extra concentrated citrus flavor to boost your recipes. https://buff.ly/2FEgLv2
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Before sowing a single seed, it is helpful to develop garden map so you know where everything will be planted. https://buff.ly/2FFgpo6 #gardeningtips
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Roasted Rosemary Chicken and Vegetables: This one-pan, roasted rosemary chicken and vegetables #recipe is an easy meal bursting with flavor. https://buff.ly/2t5qesD
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Homemade Italian Salad Dressing: The perfect finishing touch for winter greens. https://buff.ly/2oahfSl #salad #recipe
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Canning Dried Beans
Pressure canning dried beans is a frugal way to add to your food storage. Reduce the sodium and chemicals found in commercially canned beans by canning your own.
Canning Dried Beans
Canning Dried Beans
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Tips to Make Your Garden Frog and Toad Friendly: https://buff.ly/2FCtrm5 #gardeningtips
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How to Build a Square Food Garden: No digging! The frames are placed on top of the ground and filled with a growing mix. See how we built ours: https://buff.ly/2FFk0CA
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"Hardening off" is the process of adapting plants to the outside, so they can get used to sunlight, wind, rain, cool nights, and less frequent watering and fertilizing. https://buff.ly/2t4qVm1 #gardeningtips
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