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The post Hot Food Topics: Curated Content from around the Web -Week of July 14 -2019 was originally published on Cooking Up a Story.

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● Your ‘grass-fed’ beef may not have come from a cow grazing in a pasture. Here’s why.- The Washington Post ● ‘They’re coming to you’: A man played his sax for a herd of cows, and they loved it- The Washington Post ● The Negroni Is a Century Old, but Just Hitting Its Stride – […]

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The post Hot Food Topics: Curated Content from around the Web was originally published on Cooking Up a Story.

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Recently curated content from around the web.

The post Recently Curated Content from the Web was originally published on Cooking Up a Story.

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This is a sweet video of Alan (Mushroom) Kapuler, his daughter Dylana and her partner, Mario DiBenedetto, showing us portions of their diverse organic farm, Peace Seedlings

The post Peace Seedlings – A New Generation of Public Domain Organic Plant Breeders was originally published on Cooking Up a Story.

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From time to time, I plan to share some of my photos of favorite things in life that are food and agriculture related.

The post A Few Photos of Artisan-Made Beers was originally published on Cooking Up a Story.

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In Utqiaġvik (formerly known as Barrow), Alaska, the farthest northern town in the U.S., the sun will not rise above the horizon for 65 days.

The post On the Most Northern U.S. Town – Waiting For the Sun to Rise was originally published on Cooking Up a Story.

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An 85 year-old Nebraskan and his wife use geothermal energy entirely to grow citrus trees in their greenhouse year-round.

The post Using Geothermal Energy to Grow Greenhouse Citrus Year-Round — in Nebraska was originally published on Cooking Up a Story.

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Bees are exquisitely sensitive to exposure from herbicide and pesticide chemicals. Dicamba poses special problems for bees because of drift.

The post Dicamba Herbicide Drift, the Bees and Us was originally published on Cooking Up a Story.

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Sometimes, a great notion— if it's real! If not, it's still a good idea but how does the fish get emptied?

The post Using Art To Clean Up Plastic and Other Recyclable Trash on a Beach was originally published on Cooking Up a Story.

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