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Farmers Almanac
The 2014 Farmers Almanac
Farmers' Almanac

Farmers' Almanac Marinades & Seasonings

Mango Apple Salsa

Mango Apple Salsa

Spice up your meal with this sweet, tangy salsa!

August 2013
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Reduced Sugar Mayonnaise with Dried Cranberries

A decadent, delicious spread with just a touch of sugar.

June 2013
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Sugar-Free Ketchup with Lemon Zest and Chili Paste

Sugar-Free Ketchup with Lemon Zest and Chili Paste

A tangy homemade ketchup recipe with less sugar!

June 2013
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Clambake Sauce

Clambake Sauce

A summer favorite!

June 2013
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Sugar-Free Mustard

Sugar-Free Mustard

Make your own mustard, from scratch and without the sugar!

May 2013
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Creamy Red Pepper Spread

Creamy Red Pepper Spread

Spice up your spread with this tangy, sweet treat!

April 2013
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Kumquat Marmalade

Kumquat Marmalade

A sweet way to start your morning.

November 2012
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Apple Butter

Apple Butter

The sweet taste of autumn!

October 2012
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Pumpkin Butter

Pumpkin Butter

A rich, healthy, homemade spread for fall!

October 2012
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