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50 Easy Memorial Day Food Recipes: Best No-Stress Party Ideas

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~ These Memorial Day food recipes will be delicious additions to your holiday weekend menu! Lots of red, white and blue recipes … plus must-have summer party classics. And, don’t miss our tips to help you keep everything stress-free, so your summer kick-off is fun and relaxing (even for the hosts)! ~ Memorial Day always feels like the unofficial start of summer … that hopeful kick-off to more carefree, warmer days and easy, let’s-eat-outside-tonight recipes. This year, make your Memorial Day celebration better than ever! With the perfect (EASY) foods, plus party-planning tips that make the festivities simpler for everyone...

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Rosemary Olive Soft Sourdough Rolls

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Our rosemary plant in the garden has been growing very well.  We have to prune it on and off.  I used some to bake this Rosemary Olive Soft Sourdough Rolls.  This shape is inspired from something I have shared here a few years ago.  Recently I have been seeing a lot of bakers make this Croissant shape bun. If you have any questions regarding this recipe or any other post, please leave me a comment in the “LEAVE A COMMENT” link and I will reply you as soon as possible. Recipe - Rosemary Olive Soft Sourdough RollsYields:  9 rolls INGREDIENTS: Yudane Dough: 80g bread...

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10 Seriously Flavorful Raw Vegetable Recipes (and Not One of Them Is a Salad)

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Whether they’re eaten raw or cooked, vegetables are some of the healthiest foods around, but a new study shows that raw vegetable consumption actually helps increase life expectancy. Surprisingly, cooked vegetables don’t have the same results. The study focused on cardiovascular disease, and it tracked older participants for more than a decade. It found that those who consumed raw vegetables regularly were less likely to have cardiovascular disease, and also less likely to die from it. Cooked vegetables are still helpful in preventing some ailments, such as high blood pressure, but in the case of CVD, raw reigned supreme. Read...

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Taking the waste out of wastewater: How what we flush can be repurposed, recycled and reused

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Cole Sigmon, the wastewater treatment manager for the City of Boulder's Water Resource Recovery Facility, stands near an aeration pond at the plant. Frani Halperin/H2O Media, Ltd. BOULDER, Colo.— Flushing the toilet. It’s something we all do several times a day. We take showers, wash our hands, do the dishes and clean the laundry. We probably don’t think much about where the water and the stuff in it goes after we’re done. It’s out of sight and out of mind.But not to Dr. Sherri Cook, who teaches environmental engineering at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Thinking about what goes down...

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Top 24 Best Sterlings

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  1. HALYARD HALYARD STERLING Nitrile Exam Gloves, Non-Sterile, Powder-Free, 3.8 mil, 9.5″, Gray, Medium, 45270 (Box of 100) Color is gray Halyard sterling nitrile exam gloves have been tested against 52 chemotherapy drugs For low to moderate exposure to fluids or chemicals The ambidextrous gloves feature textured fingertips Each nonsterile glove is both powderfree and natural rubber latexfree   2. Crazypig Crazypig Mermaid Tall Stud Earrings for Women, 925 Sterling Silver Stud Earrings, Cross Micro-Encrusted Zircon Earrings Earrings, Unique Design Can Highlight Your Appearance, Present for Girls/Women Fast shipping and servicethe delivery time is about 715 working days If...

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