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Maple Butternut Squash Bread

August 24, 2012

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Maple Butternut Squash Bread

Native Americans are credited with the planting of three main native crops. These plants were squash, maize (corn) and beans. They were planted together, with the cornstalk providing support for the climbing beans, and shade for the squash. The squash vines provided ground cover to limit weeds. No one likes weeds including squash! The beans provided a nitrogen fix for all three crops.

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Carrot Cake Whoppie Pies

March 18, 2012

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Carrot Cake Whoppie Pies

Many believe Carrot Cake originated in Gothenburg, Sweden. We know that carrots were used in sweet cakes dating back to medieval times as sweeteners were expensive and often not available. Carrots contain natural sweeteners and the most of any vegetable, except for the sugar beet. The revival of Carrot cake popularity during the rationing period in England during the second world war.

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What is the best type of oil to use for Cooking, Baking, Frying?

October 7, 2008

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In my opinion the best oil to use in cooking, baking, frying and deep frying in canola oil. This oil is low in trans fats and saturated fats and the healthiest choice, sunflower oil would be another alternative but the canola has very little taste so It is my preference. Tropical oils like coconut, palm, […]

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