Growing peanuts, turnip soufflé, more baking soda uses!

This is an archived issue of our Almanac.com Companion email newsletter.

Daily Newsletter for Tuesday, March 23, 2021

snowdrops
After the winter rain,  
Sing, robin! Sing, swallow! 
Grasses are in the lane,  
Buds and flowers will follow.

–Ina Coolbrith (1841–1928)

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Almanac Gardening Club
 
Protecting Your Garden From Frost
Protecting Your Garden From Frost

Frost injures many plants. When the weather report calls for freezing temperatures overnight, don’t stumble around in the dark covering your cold-sensitive plants. Prepare with our tips on how to protect your garden from frost and also design your garden to reduce frost damage—plus...
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Honeyberry: The Edible Blue Honeysuckle

What are honeyberries? These fruits are an exciting new option for home gardeners. See why Jung Seed recommends honeyberries in your spring garden!

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How to Grow Your Own Peanuts
How to Grow Your Own Peanuts

Try growing peanuts in your garden! Often thought of as just a snack to be munched on, peanuts are actually a healthful and nutritious food.
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Cardiologist Warns: Throw Out Your Probiotics Now

If you’re planning to, or are already taking probiotics and dealing with bloating, constipation, weight gain, or even brain fog, then read this immediately! Probiotics add good bacteria to your stomach, however they may only help temporarily because they do not get to the root cause of the problem. Most Americans have more bad bacteria than good bacteria, which can cause weight gain, junk food cravings, and even an extended belly. There is one food that feeds good bacteria and makes them take over bad bacteria, so click here to find out this one food.

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Turnip Soufflé
Turnip Soufflé

This Turnip Soufflé recipe, submitted by an Almanac reader, features an early spring treasure: the turnip.

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Enjoy country wit and wisdom in the 2021 Country Calendar!

The charming 2021 Country Calendar gives you all the classic folklore you need for country living. Plus: large, eye-catching, full-color photographs depicting the joys of the country, including North America’s breathtaking landscapes and amazing animals on the farm or in the wild!

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Best Edible Flowers for Growing and Eating
Best Edible Flowers for Growing and Eating

Add flowers to your food! Many gardeners forget that flowers not only are beautiful, but also can be raised to eat. Here are the best edible flowers based on firsthand experience in the garden and kitchen.
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Colorful puzzles for rainy day fun!

Educational and beautiful! A rainbow of birds from all over the world is at your fingertips. This colorful ornithological puzzle is accompanied by a poster-sized bird key, which gives you the bird’s common name and Latin name. 

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The Best Uses for Baking Soda
The Best Uses for Baking Soda

Bicarbonate of soda—commonly known as “baking soda”—is a wonderful household product for much more than baking! From removing stains to cleaning teeth to even getting rid of your sweet tooth, see some of the best uses for baking soda.
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What's an easy way to grow lots of veggies this year?

Now in its third printing, the Vegetable Gardener’s Handbook is the perfect companion for every vegetable gardener—even those who have never touched a trowel and wouldn’t know mulch from mud! Order the Vegetable Gardener’s Handbook today!

 

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