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How nice it was to see the jar of sprouts greening in the filtered light coming through the frosted kitchen window this morning.. The outside world is ominously white, frozen, dead and dormant. But there's a glowing little jar of life here in my kitchen.
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Because of Amaranth's use in religious rituals, the Spanish forbade it's cultivation. People had...

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Grow your own delicious probiotic beverage

 

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Sunflowers in the Glastonbury Healing Gardens
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