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What Are Peaches?
Food and Beyond Gardens and Farms Uncategorised

What Are Peaches?

Peaches are an extremely versatile fruit. They can be eaten raw or cooked, baked or griddled, and still keep their juicy, sweet nature. These fruits grow on peach trees (Prunus persica), a fruit tree that is part of the rose family. They grow in mild climates, as they need both cold winters and warm weather to grow.
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10 Ways to Use Food Scraps
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10 Ways to Use Food Scraps

Everyone’s familiar with the feeling of emptying out the compost bin under the sink. It smells, it’s wet, and it’s such a pain to throw out. However, there exist some clever ways that allow you to avoid this smelly situation. You might be hanging on to some onion skins, or carrot ends; whatever the case, let’s take a look at 10 creative ways that can give a new life to old kitchen scraps!
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Debunking Four Myths About Food and Agriculture
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Debunking Four Myths About Food and Agriculture

What’s true and what’s not? It’s hard to tell these days, especially when it comes to our food choices and how our food is grown. The rise of diet and wellness culture has emphasized the use and commonality of several terms related to food (ex. organic, natural, vegan, gluten-free, hormone-free, keto, etc.). I’m sure we’ve all heard of these terms but we probably don’t fully know what they mean. It’s especially important, now more than ever, to learn the truth about these terms since we now find them on almost every food label. Does a food being organic or natural make it healthier? Is hormone-free food even possible? And what is modern-day farming like?
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Your Fruitful Calling
Food and Beyond Gardens and Farms Nature & The Outdoors

Your Fruitful Calling

The only antidote needed.
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Why Is Blue So Rare in Nature?
Nature & The Outdoors Spotlights on Species

Why Is Blue So Rare in Nature?

Would you believe me if I told you that blue butterflies, roses, and blueberries aren't actually blue? That's correct! Our eyes have duped us yet again. The color blue that is found in foods, plants, and animals lacks a chemical compound that makes them blue, which makes the natural blue pigment so rare.
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