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Business & Money
by JStrout
5 years ago
Gluten Free Food and Tax Deductions

Gluten free foods are so expensive and many people wonder if they can be deducted from their taxes. This article lays out the rules for you.

Lifestyle
by JStrout
6 years ago
Steps to Take When Starting a Gluten Free Diet

Eating gluten free can be a challenge, but adopting a few habits at the start will make the process easier in the long run

Business & Money
by JStrout
6 years ago
Written Infomercials. Two More Examples

Beware of fake authors trying to convince you to buy something they love. Chances are they've never laid eyes on the product.

Health
by JStrout
6 years ago
The Myths and Realities of Eating Gluten Free

There is a lot of misinformation about gluten and what it means to remove it from your diet. This article addresses just a few of those questions.

Pets & Animals
by JStrout
6 years ago
Starting Your Backyard Chickens from Chicks

You can raise chicks to adulthood in your house or backyard.  It isn't hard, and this article should tell you everything you need to know to get started.

Lifestyle
by JStrout
6 years ago
Using Your Slow Cooker to Save Money

A slow cooker is not only convenient for a busy person, it can magically turn cheaper cuts of meat into fork-tender, delicious meals.

Business & Money
by JStrout
6 years ago
Budget Stretching Non-grain Foods to Add to Your Recipes

For the grain or dairy intolerant, eating cheaply is a little more tricky. These low cost vegetables can help lower your food budget and add some interest to your meals.

Lifestyle
by JStrout
6 years ago
Two Fun Foods to Make at Home

Make yogurt, sour cream and butter at home. It's easy, quick and fun.

Lifestyle
by JStrout
5 years ago
Egg White Recipes

Egg whites are good for more than meringues.  Here are some great recipes for cooking with just egg whites.

Lifestyle
by JStrout
6 years ago
Homemade Blackberry Jam, the Super Simple Way

Want to learn to make jam?  How hard could it be? Ok, frequently those four words, ‘how hard could it be’, are a prelude to disaster, but when it comes to making jam they really do apply.  Go ahead, give it a shot.  I did it and so can you.

Travel & Places
by JStrout
6 years ago
Five Awesome Festivals on the Olympic Peninsula

Leave the city behind and spend your summer having some serious fun on the Olympic Peninsula.  These five great festivals provide a nice interlude between hikes through the National Forest.

Lifestyle
by JStrout
6 years ago
Eight Fun Facts About Chicken Eggs

We eat them all the time, but how much do you know about that little ball of deliciousness that comes wrapped in it’s own sturdy package?  You probably are aware that eggs are an excellent source of cheap protein, and you might know that they have not been shown to raise cholesterol, but what about the fun stuff?  Here are some interesting facts that you may, or may not know about the simple egg.

Business & Money
by JStrout
6 years ago
Super Scrimpy Ways to Save Money

I see those online articles and I fall for them every time – “Save $1500 this year!”  “12 Ways to Save Dollars!”  “Keep More Money in Your Pockets With These Simple Tips!”  and you know what?  They are all the same, and not one of them is...

Pets & Animals
by JStrout
6 years ago
Backyard Chicken Emergencies

If you raise chickens in your back yard, or small farm, you'll end up doing a lot of the treatment yourself. Here are a few things I've learned over the last few years.

Pets & Animals
by JStrout
6 years ago
Keeping Backyard Chickens

If you love the idea of going outside in the morning and grabbing fresh eggs for breakfast, then backyard chickens just might be for you.  With the increase in popularity over the last few years, supplies are easier than ever to come by, and almost everyone knows someone with...

Lifestyle
by JStrout
6 years ago
Egg Recipes

These four great recipes that use a lot of eggs are easy and delicious. A nice break from omelets and scrambled eggs.

Travel & Places
by JStrout
6 years ago
From Cape Flattery to Port Townsend - Fun Things to do on the Northern Coast of Washington

With many great port towns along the Washington Coast, this road trip will take your through the best sights to see. From West to East you'll find something for everyone whether you enjoy boating, hiking, or just great scenery.

Travel & Places
by JStrout
6 years ago
Hiking Hurricane Ridge to Klahhane Ridge

Hurricane Ridge in the Olympic National Park system has numerous hikes.  Klahanne ridge is of moderate difficulty, but worth the effort.

Pets & Animals
by JStrout
5 years ago
Treating Systemic Candidiasis (Vent Gleet) in Chickens

There are a lot of home remedies out there, some probably better than others. I sort through a list and try to provide some supporting evidence for what seem to be the best choices.

Pets & Animals
by JStrout
6 years ago
A Chicken Raising Turkeys

Using a broody hen to raise turkeys takes a very special chicken. Here's a story of a little silkie determined to take care of anything with feathers.

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