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Food and Recipes

Cooking With Apple Cider

…to an unfermented, unfiltered, sometimes unpasteurized form of apple juice. Unlike clear, sweet apple juice, apple cider is cloudy and more tart. Mulled cider is hot apple cider mixed with…

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Food and Recipes

Find the Apple of Your Eye This Week!

…Johnny Appleseed, nee John Chapman, who introduced apple trees to parts of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. Throughout the centuries, abundant orchards have yielded sweet and savory apple recipes that…

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Food and Recipes

11 Common Apple Varieties To Try This Fall

apples are at their best during autumn months. Though the mellow, sweet, uniformly-colored Red Delicious is the most apple common variety purchased in grocery stores, there are literally hundreds of…

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Healthy Living

Make Your Own Apple Cider Vinegar!

…Use organic apples free of pesticides. Select fruit free of mold, fungi or rot. Rinse fresh apples under running water. If you’re using whole apples, soak them in a bowl…

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Food and Recipes

15 Must-Make Fall Apple Recipes

…why wait for Thanksgiving? Fall Apple Crisp Apple Muffins Apple Butter Apple Cake Dutch Apple Fritters Apple Bleu Cheese Pizza – a surprising take on a classic. Maple Apple Chicken Apple Frittata…

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Offbeat

Detox With Apple Cider Vinegar

…that familiar bottle of apple cider vinegar. Home remedies and folk medicine have long relied on apple cider vinegar to aid digestion and prevent or relieve heartburn. Today, apple cider…

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Food and Recipes

Make Your Own Chunky Applesauce!

…fresh, chunky apple sauce for months to come when you preserve quart jars of the golden goodness. With two apple trees in our yard, canning jars of apple sauce is…

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Helpful Hint…

Cut firewood during the light of the moon so it will burn well and stay bright.

Cutting Firewood

Current Moon Phase

Waxing Crescent, 42% of full

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