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Can you even believe this? Isn't it gorgeous? I'm making it.
 
Orange Blossom Cake

This delicious orange cake makes a nice change from typical store bought and cafe style orange cakes that are generally high in refined white flour and sugar.
The Healthy Chef, Teresa Cutter is one of Australia's leading authorities on healthy cooking. Checkout the healthy recipes for people who love food.
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A new favorite snack! Just 5 ingredients, these no-bake cookies are #glutenfree , naturally sweetened, #dairyfree , and super delicious!
These simple, healthy, no-bake, Gluten Free Chocolate Walnut Cookies make a great afternoon snack or dessert. They're super easy to make!
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Pulled out my two Excalibur dehydrators, gathered TONS of figs from my giant tree that's in my very large chicken run area, noticed they were all gathering in the hammocks I tied, naturally drying so I left them. Went out a couple days ago and the chickens had gone up and scratched they all out. Now, they are on the ground. They are not laying in chicken poop because I regularly clean the area BUT they are on the ground where the chickens to "go". What would you do? Can I salvage? Some way to clean them and keep drying?
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Pulled out my two Excalibur dehydrators, gathered TONS of figs from my giant tree that's in my very large chicken run area, noticed they were all gathering in the hammocks I tied, naturally drying so I left them. Went out a couple days ago and the chickens had gone up and scratched they all out. Now, they are on the ground. They are not laying in chicken poop because I regularly clean the area BUT they are on the ground where the chickens to "go". What would you do? Can I salvage? Some way to clean them and keep drying?
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Seems like that would do the trick! Thanks +Dewayne Rogers​
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PLEASE HELP. I have a situation I created. There were 3 high. I got wax moth and an infestation of maggots. Removed #3 a few weeks ago, cleaned it up, replaced frames, set aside. Removed #2 and did same but put back on top of #1 knowing I needed to move #2 over to the new #3 which became a new temp #1 so I could get into the original #1 you see pictured. Well, today I got my gear on, smoked em out really well, moved #2 half way and two of my dogs came barreling out to say hi. They got it, I got it, left #2 sideways to go back to after I took care of my dogs. The bees were too pissed so I left them thinking I'd be slick and do it at night when they slept. Now look what I did! If I move them, I kill a lot of bees. If I don't move them, I will repeat tomorrow, right? What do I do? Please help. Thank you.
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+Wesley Wieland thank you
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The real one!
Get this all-star, easy-to-follow Pesto recipe from Ina Garten
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+Amanda Laubinger it's made in different ways, depending on what's available in that region. You may prefer one way, doesn't make others any less delicious. 
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On my birthday, the doctor had made a heart catheter examination. Everything looked super. I had thanked you again in my life savers - they said it was their work... I have now a whole different perspective with regard to the death. When my heart stopped 2 x I noticed nothing but. Dying seems to probably not hurt!
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I have to make these. Thanks +sweetnutmeg​
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+Amanda Laubinger oh good , smelling smoke is not fun. Have a good week . 
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Known as the “great imposter,” Lyme disease is a growing epidemic that can be difficult to diagnose as well as treat. While you might think that in order to get lyme disease, you needed to discover a bull’s eye rash somewhere on your body after taking a walk in the woods, that notion may no longer be true. It appears that more people with chronic poor health (especially with many autoimmune symptoms) are discovering that they too may have undiagnosed lyme disease that’s been left untreated for a long, long time.

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Honestly, I thought MTHFR stood for a bad word when I first started seeing it pop up on the internet. “Must be some new acronym kids thought of.” But when I learned that the MTHFR mutation was something pretty important and involved with detoxification, I thought I should take a second look at it.
Got a MTHFR mutation? Most articles on MTHFR get certain key details incredibly wrong. Here's what's missing from the conversation and what you need to know
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