Another great article from Sprout Savvy:
Monday, October 24, 2011
So, my mom wanted to plant Jerusalem artichoke. I did. I know nothing about this plant at all. I left it in the planter until the tops pretty much died. The container it was in, I decided to clean out and use it as a new worm composter. There were a bunch of little Jerusalem artichoke tubers. Tiny, in some cases. What the heck can I do with these. Should I try replanting them? Can we eat these tiny things?
Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market Voluntary Recalls One Date Code Of f&e™ Brand Washed Spinach Because Of Possible Health Risk
Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market Inc., is voluntarily recalling fresh bagged Washed Spinach 12oz, with the Enjoy by date of OCT 16 sold under the f&e™ label. The recall notification is being i...
Share. Once your lettuce grows to be about 4-6 inches, you can safely harvest it and it will grow back again. To harvest, simply place your thumb and pointer fingers about 2 inches above the soil and ...
I believe this to be true. I haven't had any more tooth loss or additional cavities since starting on higher IU of Vitamin D about 2 years ago. Now, I'm working on reversal of some of the damage with some other supplements, which will take a while to see if that works.
Getting vitamin D from safe sun exposure may help reduce dental caries because this nutrient promotes calcium metabolism.