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Are you doing downward facing dog correctly? Learn how to fix your form!
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These avocado truffles are made of just 4 simple ingredients!

Full recipe: [ Trib.al Link ]
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Well Done's Tzatziki Sauce is the perfect accompaniment to meat and vegetables!
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05/28/2017 at 18:30. Facebook
Strawberry Bellini: Because it's always a good time for booze and bubbles. Recipe: [ Trib.al Link ]
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It's time to hit the trail! For more inspiration: sunset.com/campsunset
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The Law of Attraction _ What we think we become.
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05/28/2017 at 06:02. Facebook
After a six-month, 45,000-mile odyssey through hundreds of restaurants in 20 cities, Food & Wine announces the 2017 Restaurants of the Year!

Congratulations to all of the excellent Western eateries featured: Tartine Manufactory in San Francisco, Here's Looking At You in Los Angeles, and Tusk in Portland!
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05/28/2017 at 03:30. Facebook
The Female Farmer Project Takeover: As a child growing up in Seoul, South Korea, Yong spent summers in her cousin’s melon and tomato patch outside of the city. Away from urban life, she encountered a quieter world. It was the 1960s, a decade after the end of the Korean War. Ingredients and refrigeration were scarce, and she learned from her mother the art of fermenting and
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The Female Farmer Project Takeover As a child growing up in Seoul
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05/28/2017 at 02:30. Facebook
The Female Farmer Project Takeover: Idzai came to the United States as a refugee from Zimbabwe in 2002, where she found support from the International Rescue Committee and began to develop an urban farming enterprise. Today she lives, farms, and works in San Diego. At night, she works as a city bus driver. By day, she farms in three residential backyards, growing vegetables for the San Diego...
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The Female Farmer Project Takeover Idzai came to the United States as
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05/28/2017 at 01:30. Facebook
The Female Farmer Project Takeover: Tracy and Margaret are the owner-operators of County Rail Farm, a small diversified farm in Western Montana. With their trusty farm dog Coda at their side, they grow organic vegetables and raise a small herd of goats They initially became farmers, because they were drawn to the active outdoor lifestyle, but now they say they are constantly inspired by the...
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The Female Farmer Project Takeover Tracy and Margaret are the owneroperators of
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05/28/2017 at 00:30. Facebook
The Female Farmer Project Takeover: Siri left her career as a public administrator because she was driven by her rugged individualism and pathological anti-authoritarianism. It turns out those traits are perfect for farming. She farms mixed vegetables outside Seattle with her husband and two small children. In addition to her job as a farmer, she serves as county agriculture commissioner, and...
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The Female Farmer Project Takeover Siri left her career as a public
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05/27/2017 at 23:30. Facebook
The Female Farmer Project Takeover: Sue began farming organic vegetables, fruits, flowers and herbs 30 years ago at the Helsing Junction Farms near Olympia, Washington. For 26 seasons, she has been running the Farm’s CSA program along with her farm partner Annie. The CSA began with 75 members, but now 1200 families participate, some who have been with them all 26 years! Sue says their CSA...
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05/27/2017 at 22:30. Facebook
The Female Farmer Project Takeover: Anastasia ranches and homesteads on 160 acres in Cochise County, Arizona, where temperatures spike to 110 degrees in the middle of June. The long growing season supports extra plantings of cotton and alfalfa, and hay dries quickly once it’s been cut. Nuts grow well here, too—heat-loving pistachios, almonds, and pecans. But these crops are particularly...
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The Female Farmer Project Takeover Anastasia ranches and homesteads on 160 acres
Lainey Morse
Doug Paris
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05/27/2017 at 21:30. Facebook
The Female Farmer Project Takeover: Stacey (pictured center) began growing food when she landed a cooking job in a Portland, Oregon restaurant that had a rooftop farm. Although she’d cooked her way through many Portland kitchens, she says it was seed-to-plate cooking and the experience of growing her own food that really heightened her culinary craft. Today she leases several empty side yards...
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The Female Farmer Project Takeover Stacey pictured center began growing food when
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05/27/2017 at 20:30. Facebook
The Female Farmer Project Takeover: During deployment with the United States Coast Guard, Stephani contracted Lyme disease, and went undiagnosed for two and half years. She bounced from doctor to doctor, losing muscle strength, suffering from chronic fatigue and insomnia, all while trying to keep up with her duties. Finally she was diagnosed and treatment began. Her doctor put her on daily IV...
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The Female Farmer Project Takeover During deployment with the United States Coast
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05/27/2017 at 19:20. Facebook
The Female Farmer Project Takeover: Nina moved from Slovenia to Arizona in order to pursue her PhD in Cultural Anthropology, but she fell in love with the desert and stayed. She settled in Ajo, Arizona—population 4,000–a two-hour drive from any major city center. Nina is the force behind the revival of this town’s local food system, which is quite literally a food desert. When she arrived in...
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The Female Farmer Project Takeover Nina moved from Slovenia to Arizona in
Kathie Bentley Fisher
Cathy Baker
Lauralee Bell
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05/27/2017 at 18:04. Facebook
The Female Farmer Project Takeover: Hello from The Female Farmer Project! Since 2012, we’ve been documenting the rise of women in agriculture. According the to the 2012 U.S. Department of Agriculture census, of the 2.1 million U.S. farms, only 14% have a woman principal operator. In total, over 1 million women are farming, representing the fastest growing minority. Through stories, images, a...
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Cheryl Boatman
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05/27/2017 at 16:01. Facebook
Sequoias, seashore, mountains, and more: Here are the best spots in California (plus Hawaii and Baja!) to pitch your tent.
Sequoias seashore mountains and more Here are the best spots in California

California, Hawaii, & Mexico: 55 best campgrounds

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