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PNW from Scratch
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Life from Scratch in the Pacific Northwest - Living Local - Organic Gardening - Recipes - and more...
Life from Scratch in the Pacific Northwest - Living Local - Organic Gardening - Recipes - and more...

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Shaving beeswax by hand is ...um... good exercise, yeah. Ugh. #buylocal #supportyourfarmersmarket
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I'm debuting herbal infused all natural lotion bars at the local craft sale this weekend... See you Saturday?!
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Did you know that studies show rosemary essential oil is just as effective as the active ingredient in Rogaine?!
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Only 3 days lefts to enter, friends! Pumpkin Spice Coffee Scrub Soap - FALL GIVEAWAY! - PNW from Scratch
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What is fractionated coconut oil?
Fractionated Coconut Oil
Fractionated Coconut Oil
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Western Red Cedar leaf blended with wild blackberry leaf, echinacea, rosemary, sage, and lemon balm. Good for colds, respiratory infection, concentration, stimulating the immune system, or just to brighten up these gloomy Pacific Northwest winter days.
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In case you are wondering what our best seller is... it would have to be this #hoodcanal saltwater cedar #soap. If you are curious, you can stop by and see Pam at the Cameo Boutique in Union... perfect opportunity for a shop and sniff adventure ;)
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The Art of Cooking with Essential Oils | via @PureGreenMagazine http://bit.ly/2etcpYn absolutely #beautiful article and images <3
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PNW Medicinal Tea Garden - 14 medicinal plants for herbal tea that you can grow! http://bit.ly/2eDaa8c via PNW from Scratch
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NEW POST! Just in time to start getting crafty for the holidays... making wreaths for family and friends is sort of a tradition around here. Have you tried? It's fun! ...and cheap, especially when you recycle your old frames. Have crafty friends? If you share this post, I bet Santa will put you on his 'nice' list! ;)
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