Posts Tagged ‘non-gmo’

Ma Horton’s Molasses Cookies

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With the first cool snap of the season, I made Ma Horton’s Molasses Cookies. I’m resharing this recipe with you this week because we have so many new members who may have missed it last year. It has been one of your favorites! Please feel free to share. Now, Go make some warm, delicious Ma…

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Ma Horton’s Layered Coconut Cake

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There is something so comforting about an old-fashioned, from scratch, layered coconut cake. Just the photo of one invokes warm memories of family gatherings, special celebrations, and Sunday lunches when special company was coming. I can’t tell you how often I’m asked, “I follow my grandmother’s recipe exactly, but it doesn’t taste the same. What am I doing wrong?” We’ll answer this question and share this time honored recipe together.

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5 Reasons I’m a Chicken Keeper

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Chicken keeping is a natural thing for me as I was raised on a farm, but when someone asked me about my personal reasons for keeping them, I had to stop and wonder. Is it because it’s just something that’s always been or are there more personal beliefs and reasons? The answer is both I suppose. My grandmother had chickens and getting the eggs, feeding them, and helping to butcher them was part of my upbringing. She instilled the love of chickens in me and I’ve stayed in love with these feathered friends for over 30+ of keeping them myself.

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Homemade Hamburger and Hot Dog Buns

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Why do I make homemade hamburger and hot dog buns using this easy, delicious recipe? Because when you remove GMOs and processed foods from your diet, some of the convenience items, like hamburger and hot dog buns, are no longer an option. But considering the many benefits of doing this, making your own becomes a joy. I began making homemade buns just over a year ago and have perfected this recipe for my family. I like this recipe because it’s so versatile. It can be used for hamburger buns, hot dog buns, rolls, I guess anything you want it to be.

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Six Bottom Line Issues We Must Face About GMOs

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No matter where you stand on the controversy over GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms), or GE (Genetically Engineered) Crops as they are also called, there are some bottom line issues that must be considered. It’s no longer just about the right and wrong of GMOs. It’s much deeper than that. It’s about the American public’s right to know. It’s about our right to be informed about what we are consuming and what the products we purchase are made of. There are six (6) major issues I’m not OK with. Decide for yourself if you’re OK with them, or not.

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