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Easy Blueberry Clafoutis

This French-style cobbler is simple to make but sure to impress. Clafoutis (pronounced cla-foo-tee) is French for cobbler. But it’s not anything like the American-style berry cobblers. Clafoutis has a delicate pudding-like texture that is simple but refined. It is so extremely versatile that you can use any berry or stone fruit you have on …

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Raising Backyard Chickens for Eggs – Plus a Recipe for Soaked and Fermented Chicken Feed

Increase food security with backyard chickens! Chickens are probably the easiest, most affordable, and most accessible livestock for a small urban farm, homestead, or backyard. They produce eggs and meat with relatively little space, time investment, or cost. Keeping chickens only requires about 10 to 15 minutes of direct attention each day. This is enough …

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Almond Joyful Cookies – Almond Butter, Toasted Coconut, and Chocolate Chips

These delicious almond coconut cookies are guilt-free! Don’t cave in and buy a candy bar for your next sweet tooth — make these chewy, melty, crispy cookies instead. This is where almond, toasted coconut, and chocolate chips come together in a trifecta of delight. These almond cookies are a great take-along snack packed with protein …

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Traditional Strawberry Rhubarb Pie With Maple Whipped Cream

Tart and jammy, this strawberry rhubarb pie recipe is an easy way to enjoy the bounty of summer. Quite possibly one of the finest summertime flavor combinations is that of sweet, ripe strawberries and tangy, fresh rhubarb. This is one of the simplest fruit pies I have ever put together with absolutely stunning results. The …

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Sourdough Pancakes – Traditionally Leavened With an Overnight Batter

What makes this sourdough pancake recipe unique? My technique uses a thick batter made of flour, water, and sourdough starter. This dense batter ferments overnight at room temperature. The next morning you will add the additional ingredients and continue fermenting the batter until it’s bubbly. Chewy, Fluffy, Light, and Puffy These are just some of …

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