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Farmers' Almanac Food and Recipes

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5 Compelling Reasons To Try Freekeh – The New Super Grain

5 Compelling Reasons To Try Freekeh – The New Super Grain

Move over quinoa. There’s a new super grain on the horizon. Learn more about freekeh and why it’s so healthy for you.

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Spinach and Arugula Salad with Strawberry Dressing

Spinach and Arugula Salad with Strawberry Dressing

How about a very seasonal and scrumptious salad for dinner. Check out this June favorite.

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The Illicit History of Ice Cream Sundaes

The Illicit History of Ice Cream Sundaes

Believe it or not, ice cream sundaes may have originated as a way to get around doing something illegal. Learn more about the colorful history of this tasty dessert.

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Quiz: Food Cravings – Do they Mean Anything?

Quiz: Food Cravings – Do they Mean Anything?

Food cravings – we all experience them at some point. Take this quiz and see how well you understand what triggers food cravings and how we can overcome them.

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