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Almonds: Why & How to Use Them

Posted in - Food & Health
on February 28th 2017


In the battle to maintain health, energy, focus, and good weight, almonds are a richly nutritious resource. With a high percentage of protein (6 grams of protein per 1 ounce), and a fantastic source of vitamin E, Magnesium, Phosphorus, B’s 1, 2, 3, 9, zinc, and iron, almonds are no doubt a vital addition to …

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Growing Basil

Posted in - Gardening
on January 19th 2014

Planting Basil
When & Where to Plant Basil

In cooler climates, basil should be planted in full sun (where it will receive 6 to 8 hours of sunlight per day). If you are living in a hotter climate, basil will benefit from some afternoon shade.

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DIY Cheap Flooring

Posted in - DIY & Home
on January 16th 2014

Fresh flooring can add beauty and value to your home, but hardwoods and traditional stone or tile flooring can be very costly.

We’ve compiled some of the best ideas on the web for DIY flooring solutions.

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