Whether browsing the Internet, surfing through 500 channels, or flipping through your favorite magazine (or tabloid), you’ll find them everywhere: weight loss supplements that offer quick and easy solutions to shedding unwanted pounds. Simply p... Read more
When Martha Stewart was doing hard time, there were reports that she voluntarily pulled up weeds outside in the prison yard each day. Was she just trying to get out early for good behavior? Not quite. Martha was actually taking an unconventional appr... Read more
Lettuce, one of the easiest vegetables to grow, comes in enough colors (from green to scarlet and purple), forms (heads or loose leaf) and flavors (buttery to tangy) to suit any palate. Microgreens, iceberg, crisphead and Romaine lettuces are the mos... Read more
Kale is part of the cabbage family and is closely related to collard greens. It has a distinct, strong flavor and comes in two edible varieties: curled leaf and straight. There is also ornamental Kale, which flowers beautifully.
Hardiness Zones:... Read more
Eggplants can come in a variety of shades, from lavender to emerald green. The most common variety is the deep purple and oval-shaped beauties we see at the grocery store.
9-11 (Find your hardiness zone.)
When to Plant:
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Since childhood I always had my breakfast whether it's a sandwitch or roll I always had tea with it. But many people said it's not good for you because it complicate the digestion..
Kindly give your suggestions
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I m 29 years old have dark circles and my skin is dull..
I m vegetarian. Many people said that drink green tea this will help u to maintain weight as well as antioxidants helps from aging.
So, my question is there any drawbacks of t... Read more
About 3 years ago my parents "boss" gave me a old grey tin with gold trim and a gold dragon on it the only thing he knew about it was it was tea and he did not know how old it was bought thought if the tea was no good I could keep the tin cuz it was... Read more
I drink plenty of water (80-100 ounces a day), but I've been drinking a lot of unsweet tea lately. Probably around 32 ounces a day. What are your thoughts? Is that too much caffeine?
I've cut down on coffee. I have one 12 ounce cup in the mornin... Read more
I've read that tea (black and green) are good for you, but if the regular teas are too bitter for you, try fruit teas. Twinings (and others I'm sure) have tea bags like "Mixed Berries". The fruit flavor makes the tea less bitter without sweetners. I... Read more
I am a particular tea drinker, and plain green tea is usually too bitter for me to drink. My all time favorite tea is Stash brand Morrocan Mint Green tea, it's so good I don't need to add any sweetener or anything to it, but it takes really good with... Read more
I pride myself on being an adventurous eater. During my travels (in my omnivorous days), I ate some pretty wacky foods: still squirming raw squid, sea squirts, pigs' feet, squid ink bread, horse sausage (I didn't know what it was until it was too lat... Read more
Those who are close to me know that I'm not one to brag. But today, as I look out my kitchen window and prepare for my favorite holiday feast of the year, I am reminded of my days riding the greatest Thoroughbred in history, Man O'War. ... Read more
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