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June Roundup: Grill Your Way to Greatness, Cherry Cornmeal Cobbler, The Wonderful Chicken Tractor, Herbal Remedies: Burns, Stings & Wounds, and more!

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In case you missed it, here are the highlights from June's articles and recommended reads.
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Grill Your Way to Greatness: 6 Recipes to Get You Fired Up

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Summer is the perfect time to fire up that grill and enjoy the great outdoors. Check out one of our top 6 grill recipes next time you’re barbecuing and savor the flavor of summer! Grill Greatness: The Best Meat Temperatures Have plans to fire up the grill this summer? Want to impress everyone with your...
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Summer Cherry Cornmeal Cobbler

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It’s that time of year again: Outdoor barbecues are a weekend staple, trips to the beach and pool are becoming more frequent, and cherries are ripe for the picking! In their book, Cooking Close to Home: A Year of Seasonal Recipes, authors Diane Imrie and Richard Jarmusz provide a seasonal guide chock full of recipes...
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Three Ways to Improve Your Mindset

We don’t realize how much our mindset affects our day-to-day activities until we become in tune with our bodies. Through practices like self-talk, mindfulness, and optimism, we can vastly improve our mental and physical health. The following is an except from Peak 40 by Marc Bubbs. It has been adapted for the web. If your personality traits...
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Nature’s Cure: Reestablishing Balance

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In No-Till Intensive Vegetable Culture, renowned organic grower Bryan O’Hara describes the methods he developed during a multi-year transition of his Connecticut vegetable farm to a no-till system. His resilient crops are testaments to the value of letting the inherent biological functions in soil do their work. The following excerpt discusses reestablishing balance among microbes,...
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Greater Flavor: How to Make A Basic Miso Paste

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There are reasons that miso has become ubiquitous around the world: It’s versatile, relatively inexpensive, and can be made in a range of flavors you’d be hard-pressed to find anywhere else. Yes, you can make miso at home! The following is an excerpt from Koji Alchemy by Jeremy Umansky and Rich Shih. It has been...
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Herbal Remedies for Burns, Bites, Stings, and Wounds

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There are a number of herbs and herbal treatments that can help reduce the discomfort and aid skin repair. Herbal remedies can soothe the pain of a burn, help fight infection, aid in the repair of the skin, and help prevent the formation of scar tissue. Each formula is supplemented with descriptions of how and...
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Don’t Bawk: The Wild and Wonderful Chicken Tractor

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Aside from the sheer pleasure of telling your friends, straight-faced, that you maintain your garden using something called a “chicken tractor,” there are a slew of other benefits to working the land with a few of your animal friends. Getting rid of pests without chemicals, for one; letting them do the work of weeding and...
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Elderflowers and Elderberries

We should just change the name of summer to elderberry season. It’s the perfect time to pick these berries (which aren’t actually berries) and make delicious jams, drinks, and sauces. Cooking or fermenting elderberries is crucial to unlocking their flavor. Once processed, you’ll have an end product with plenty of health benefits as opposed to...
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On Swarms and Stings

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To a beekeeper, thousands of bees concentrated in one area isn’t a nightmare–it’s an opportunity to help the bees find a new home safely when necessary. It does not always come naturally though; some of the most seasoned beekeepers were scared of being stung at first.  It takes a lot of time and patience to...
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The Right Way to Hydrate

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Everyone knows water is important, but advice on how much to drink is wildly different. “Drink your weight in ounces of water each day”, “drink before you’re thirsty”, “drink eight 8oz glasses”, and the list goes on. Unfortunately, you can drink too much water, and it can be detrimental to your health. Read on to...
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