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  1. Re: Beauty is only peel deep: New delivery service offers 'ugly' produce

    This idea usually applies to locally grown organic produce from health food co-ops.
  2. Beauty is only peel deep: New delivery service offers 'ugly' produce

    Maureen Feighan
    June 20, 2019

    A new grocery delivery service will launch next week in Metro Detroit that puts a different spin on fruits and veggies that may look “ugly” or imperfect on the...
  3. Re: Massive 5.6 pound avocado in Hawaii wins Guinness World Records title

    Lets not forget last December's HH thread about listeria in/on avocados:
    https://www.hawkeshealth.net/community/showthread.php?t=19006&highlight=avocados

    I always like buying fruit, such as...
  4. Re: Organic Apples Have More Diverse Microbiome Than Chemically-Grown Ones

    Organic (baking) apples, (such as Granny Smith when available), are important to me for my daily WHOLE oat (not crimped, rolled, or even steel cut) groats breakfast. To update from my previous HH...
  5. Re: Organic Apples Have More Diverse Microbiome Than Chemically-Grown Ones

    I was only suggesting applejack (hard cider) for your own personnel consumption, much like your home made wine.
  6. Re: Organic Apples Have More Diverse Microbiome Than Chemically-Grown Ones

    What, no applejack??? With all your wine making, (moonshining, lol) have you not tried making applejack? When I used to work on the railroad along the PA-NY Delaware River Valley border, there was a...
  7. Re: Massive 5.6 pound avocado in Hawaii wins Guinness World Records title

    I posted this in the "Organic Farming and Gardening" forum, but I have to question if chemical fertilizers may have been used??? OTOH, Hawaii is well known for it's fertile volcanic soil.
  8. Massive 5.6 pound avocado in Hawaii wins Guinness World Records title

    Sophie Lewis
    OCTOBER 11, 2019

    A 5.6-pound Hawaiian avocado has earned the Guinness World Records title for the world's heaviest avocado. Now that's a lot of guacamole.
    The Pokini family, who...
  9. Thread: Confession

    by grulla
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    Re: Confession

    So that's why the government confiscated all those guns in Australia, :rolleyes: grin.
    https://www.nationalreview.com/2015/10/australia-gun-control-obama-america/
  10. Re: Red Wine In Moderation May Protect Gut Health

    "Mr. Wiz", arsenic in wine is yet another concern, and "Islander" found this related link over 4 years ago which may need some updating??? ...
  11. Re: Red Wine In Moderation May Protect Gut Health

    And not just red wine for the resveratol, but DRY red wine, in order to avoid too much sugars/carbs. NOSTROVIA!
  12. Thieves steal 50,000 apples from an Indiana orchard

    Alaa Elassar
    9/28/19

    A few bad apples stole 50,000 good ones from an orchard in LaPorte County, Indiana.
    Jon and Robyn Drummond, owners of Williams Orchard, reported to the La Porte County...
  13. Re: A single tea bag can leak billions of pieces of microplastic into your brew

    I once knew someone that used a perforated, clam shell, silver spoon for loose tea leaves, not plasticized bags: https://www.adamsandrussell.co.uk/products/supplies/tea-infuser-perforated-spoon/
  14. Salmonella, Listeria concerns prompt FDA recall for Performance Dog pet food

    CNN Wire, no author given
    Sept. 29, 2019

    (CNN) — The United States Food and Drug Administration is warning pet owners to stay away from Performance Dog frozen raw pet food produced on or after...
  15. Re: Stressed Out Americans Making Themelves Sick Over Politics

    AH HA, gotcha! That's what they all say, LOL! There is one exception, circa 1860, Abe Lincoln was running on the newly formed third party of it's day, the Republican Party, against the current...
  16. Re: Stressed Out Americans Making Themelves Sick Over Politics

    Perhaps a third political party is needed to help unite the country, because of the existing two major, polarizing political parties/ideologies. I can think of at least one, but the boss ladies won't...
  17. Re: New Mexico and Colorado headed toward chile war

    Our regional weather report: Chile today, hot tamale.
  18. New Mexico and Colorado headed toward chile war

    Xchelzin Peña
    July 17, 2019

    DEMING – Colorado Gov. Jared Polis has unleashed a spicy feud against the state’s southern neighbor, New Mexico.
    It all started earlier this month when Polis posted...
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    Re: Kitty Litter Concerns

    Apparently, Wally has since corrected the error that I posted about last Dec. 2018:
    https://grocery.walmart.com/ip/Kitty-Diggin-s-Fragrance-Free-Cat-Litter-7-Lbs/21268937

    But check out this other...
  20. Re: Bill Gates-Backed Startup Makes Avocados Last Twice As Long

    Just one more reason to wash avocados. Last December, 2018, I OPed an HH thread, https://www.hawkeshealth.net/community/showthread.php?t=19006&highlight=avocados+listeria, that stated to make sure to...
  21. Santa Fe company creates first alternative for human remains after cremation

    Jami Seymore
    Sep 25, 2019

    SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – A Santa Fe start-up is changing the way we think of death, creating a new alternate to receiving ashes after a loved one dies. The company...
  22. Re: Toxic Tattoo Ink Accumulates in Lymph Nodes, Causes Lifelong Cancer Risk

    Tattooing, the best thing I NEVER did.
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    Re: Cucurmin Is Good For Bone Cancer, Too

    Two days ago, I commented about lycopene in iron rich food in responce to Julieanne's IP, https://www.hawkeshealth.net/community/showthread.php?t=19619, "Good article, thanks. Lycopene is one of a 5...
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    Re: Reply from Sen. Angus King (I, ME)

    King's reply (ies) are not personalized, as they are more than likely preprinted letters, and he may well have many versions for the same issue. King appears to be an independent moderate of sorts....
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    Re: Reply from Sen. Angus King (I, ME)

    What BS, at least that legislation was a step in the right direction.
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