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Farmers Almanac
The 2014 Farmers Almanac
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Farmers' Almanac Drinks

Spiced Tea

Spiced Tea

Add a little spice to your life with this tangy tea!

May 2013
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Vampire Shots

Vampire Shots

These Halloween-themed drinks are ghoulishly good!

October 2012
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Cactus Pear Juice

Cactus Pear Juice

A refreshing, healthy, all-natural summer beverage!

July 2012
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Dandelion Wine

Dandelion Wine

Don’t kill those dandelions! Drink them!

April 2012
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Bubbly OJ

Bubbly OJ

A healthy, vitamin-filled alternative to soda.

October 2011
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Orange Shake

Orange Shake

A healthy, delicious way to start the day.

August 2011
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Protein-Rich Peanut Butter Smoothie

Protein-Rich Peanut Butter Smoothie

A delicious, decadent way to get your daily protein fix.

August 2011
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Chocolate Raspberry Smoothie

Chocolate Raspberry Smoothie

A fruity, refreshing, chocolately treat for summertime, or any time.

July 2011
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Raspberry Lemonade

Raspberry Lemonade

A surprise twist on a favorite summer beverage

July 2011
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