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  • Peruse this list of 25 common edible flowers to see if any grow in your garden. This includes videos, gorgeous images, nutritional information, and recipe links.

    25 Flowers You Can Eat

    25 Flowers You Can Eat

    by Faceless3936

  • A healthier recipe for candied walnuts or pecans, toasted with unrefined coconut sugar and coconut oil. Delicious flavor, crunch, protein and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids for salads or snacks.

    Healthier Candied Pecans or Walnuts Recipe

    Healthier Candied Pecans or Walnuts Recipe

    by Margaret Schindel126

  • Smoked salmon is not just for use in the preparation of hors d'oeuvres. This page looks at three different types of cold smoked salmon and six delicious smoked salmon sandwich recipes.

    Smoked Salmon Sandwich Recipes

    Smoked Salmon Sandwich Recipes

    by Gordon Hamilton8

  • Making baby food at home is a great way to ensure you know exactly what your baby's eating. If you want to go all organic, avoid preservatives and additives, while saving money, then this is for you!

    How to Make Homemade Baby Food: A Beginner's Guide

    How to Make Homemade Baby Food: A Beginner's Guide

    by Kate Daily0

  • Crisp sandwiches make for a delicious snack or light meal, with cheese and onion being the favourite flavour of many. This page features 10 new recipes for enjoying these crisps on a sandwich.

    10 Cheese and Onion Crisp Sandwich Recipes

    10 Cheese and Onion Crisp Sandwich Recipes

    by Gordon Hamilton6

  • Red #40 is a hazardous artificial dye that should not be ingested. In this article, I explain how it's made, the side effects and how to spot it on the food label.

    Red Dye #40: A Hazardous Food Additive

    Red Dye #40: A Hazardous Food Additive

    by Cleo Addams1

  • The cocoa-hazelnut confection known as Nutella is world-famous today but it came from very humble beginnings. Learn the history, and how to use it and hazelnuts in your cooking and baking.

    Exploring Hazelnuts: Nutella and So Much More

    Exploring Hazelnuts: Nutella and So Much More

    by Linda Lum8

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