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Medicine Woman’s Larder – Honey, Honey how you thrill me aha, aha!

Reblogged from Smorgasbord Invitation. CLICK THROUGH to the ORIGINAL POST for some sweet information!

Abba are timeless and so are the health benefits of honey – with the added benefit of a performance of the song by the band themselves.  I do try to give value for money on my posts!! Many pe…

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Medicine Woman’s Larder -Walnuts are all they are cracked up to be!

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Evidence of walnut consumption was dug up, literally, in Southwest France during excavation on Neolithic archaeological sites dating back over 8,000 years. It appears that there were walnut groves …

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The Medicine Woman’s Larder – Mushrooms – The Egyptians believed they granted immortality

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According to the ancient Egyptians, over 4,000 years ago, eating mushrooms granted you immortality. The pharaohs even went as far as to ban commoners from eating these delicious fungi but it was pr…

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Medicine Woman’s Larder – Apricots – no honeymoon should be without it!

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The apricot season opens at the beginning of May and goes through to the end of August or early September, which gives us five months to enjoy this highly nutritious and healing food.   This week s…

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Medicine Woman’s Larder – Asparagus – One of the first frozen foods 2000 years ago.

Re-blogged from Smorgasbord Invitation. CLICK THROUGH to the ORIGINAL POST.  Yummy stuff here, Sally!

For thousands of years food has not only been consumed to provide nourishment or to satisfy our tastebuds. It has also been used extensively to heal many conditions that today we would automaticall…

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