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Farmers Almanac
The 2014 Farmers Almanac
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Farmers' Almanac Marinades & Seasonings

Plum Jam

Plum Jam

This jam recipe is just plum delicious!

April 2012
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Plum Salsa

Plum Salsa

Spicy and sweet come together in this Mexican-inspired treat!

March 2012
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Chipotle Sauce

Chipotle Sauce

A zesty addition to any meal!

March 2012
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Homemade Mayonnaise

Homemade Mayonnaise

Make your own mayonnaise right at home – no chemicals or preservatives!

March 2012
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Homemade Mustard

Homemade Mustard

Make your own tangy, delicious mustard from scratch!

February 2012
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Homemade Ketchup

Homemade Ketchup

Learn to make your own ketchup, from scratch!

February 2012
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Vegan Ranch Dressing

Vegan Ranch Dressing

A creamy, delicious dressing made without any milk!

January 2012
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Thai Peanut Dressing

Thai Peanut Dressing

A sweet, spicy taste of the Far East!

January 2012
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Honey Dijon Vinaigrette

Honey Dijon Vinaigrette

This zesty dressing makes a healthy and delicious addition to salads and more!

January 2012
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