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Monthly Archive for August, 2013

Camping Finale

Every woman who’s ever tent-camped with children knows this. Maybe even a few fellas. Which is why all you have to say in that kind of company is, “I just got back from camping.” And with a single empathetic nod or a hand to your shoulder, they get it. They get why you’re still wearing […]

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God’s Math

Sometimes…the math isn’t pretty. All this to do plus this little time plus these people in my way and nobody moving fast enough. Equals… Equals unhappiness. It always has. That. And frustration. And sometimes a voice raised too high. And always children who want to slink away. Or move in with their cousins. Because. Because, […]

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Juicing Q & As

A year ago July, our family started juicing. Started because it was the next “right fit” for us. We’d been at the Vitamix thing for over a decade. We’d been a part of a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) for four years where we were picking up farm produce once a week. We’d completely purged our […]

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Why We Juice

A while back Lisa of 100 Days of Real Food did a brave thing and posted about juicing. Specifically, why she doesn’t juice. Or rather how her family borrowed a friend’s juicer for a week and gave juicing a trial run. Only to conclude that juicing is too expensive, takes too much time and has […]

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Simple. Homemade Dill Pickles

I haven’t been in tune with pickle season so much in the past. Which is probably how I ended up at Duris Cucumber Farm twice this summer before they even had a cucumber to sell. But I have been in tune to the pickles in the store. Which–if you can believe it, all contain Yellow […]

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