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Farmers Almanac
The 2014 Farmers Almanac
Farmers' Almanac

Category — Food and Recipes

How Did Your Sandwich Become A Hero?

Here’s a breakdown of regional differences in these all-American favorites, including what to call them, wherever you are!

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11 Foods That Curb Hunger

Learn which nutritional multi-taskers help keep you satisfied and on track with your healthy eating and weight loss efforts.

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Make Your Own Almond Milk!

Check out this fun and easy way to make your own milk — no cows required!

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Think Outside The Cereal Box: Salad For Breakfast!

It’s time to step beyond the classic cold cereal in the morning! Why not mix it up with these delicious recipes and fuel your day right?

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Make Your Own Pita Bread!

Warm, homemade pita is superior over store-bought, which can be loaded with preservatives. Try our recipe which uses a traditional stove-top method.

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Foods For Passover

Learn about some of the special foods served at a traditional Seder Dinner, with dessert recipes included!

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Cashews, The Other Dairy Product

Everyone’s favorite nut has a secret: it can double as a dairy substitute in a variety of scrumptious recipes. Learn more!

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Love It Or Loathe It? The Great Cilantro Debate

Find out what scientists are saying about this pungent herb and why the battle rages on!

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