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Homeless to business owner: Lincoln woman picks herself up through strawberries

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – A Lincoln woman, who was once homeless, is now a thriving business owner. Life hasn’t always been crowns and tiaras for Jillian Thompson. She found herself homeless several years ago, struggling through addiction and other hurdles in life, but Thompson was determined to get on a better path and that’s where “Berries By Jillian” became her new way of life.
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RecipesOne Green Planet

Berry Crumble Bars [Vegan]

1/4 cup date sugar (can substitute with raw cane sugar) 4 tablespoons coconut nectar (can substitute with maple syrup) 4 cups of fresh or frozen berries blueberry, raspberry, blackberry, strawberry. 1/4 " piece of fresh ginger. 1 tablespoon psyllium husk. 1 1/2 tablespoon date sugar. 1 teaspoon chia seeds. Preparation.
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The Church Mouse: Berry Picking Lessons

The earth is the Lord’s and the fullness thereof, the world and those who dwell therein. – Psalms 24:1. July always reminds me of picking berries. I spent many hours every summer picking blackberries in the area near my home. I love blackberries. There is nothing better than a warm blackberry cobbler with a scoop of homemade vanilla ice cream on top.

Mixed Berry Crisp

¼ cup chopped nuts or seeds (optional) 1 pound (about 3-3½ cups) fresh or frozen berries. Preheat the oven to 350° and grease a casserole baking dish (about 8X8”) with cooking spray. In a bowl stir together oats, nuts or seeds (if using,) spices, coconut oil, maple syrup or honey...

Berry Compound Reverses Parkinson's in Mice

A naturally-occurring compound called farnesol found in berries and other fruits prevents and reverses Parkinson's-associated brain damage in mice. The study was published in Science Translational Medicine by researchers in the US and South Korea. Parkinson's disease occurs due to a loss of neurons in the brain that produce dopamine....
RecipesGoshen News

TASTEFOOD: Add berries to meringue for scrumptious dessert

Every berry lover should have a recipe for meringues up their sleeve. Snow white, light as air and egg-shell crisp, meringues will dress up your favorite berries in these easy do-ahead desserts. Crumble and shower meringues as a sweet and dusty garnish, hollow their centers to fill as a sugary...

Skillet Berry Crisp GRILL or BAKE

Skillet Berry Crisp with mixed summer berries topped with a buttery brown sugar-oat topping grilled or oven baked until golden and bubbly. How many summer days do you crave a delicious dessert but don’t want to heat up the house? For me – it’s pretty much every day. Grilled Skillet...
Charlottesville, VANBC 29 News

Community groups harvest blueberries for BRAFB

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - Do Good Cville along with Three Notch’d, the Random Row Run Club, and the Jack Brown’s Volunteer group are harvesting blueberries for the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank. Volunteers spent the morning of July 31 picking berries. Founder of Do Good Cville Kerry Rock says these...
Houston, TXPosted by
Marisol Gallagher

Pick-Your-Own Farms in Houston: Strawberry and Berry Picking

HOUSTON, TX—The enticing aroma of freshly picked berries can only signify one thing: the wonderful season of spring and summer has arrived. What better way to enjoy the bounty of the season than to visit one of our local pick-your-own farms? You're also supporting small, family-owned businesses as the majority of these pick-your-own farms are local families-owned.
Food & Drinksfitzhugh.ca

Four ways to use local strawberries this summer

Summer is finally here and so is the best of our growing season. Local produce not only tastes better, it also supports Canadian growers, as well as reduces our carbon footprint. While there are many stars of our local growing season, strawberries are the favourite of many. The small, unique...

Dried Blueberries Recipe

The easiest way to dry blueberries is by using a dehydrator and these dried blueberries are not only easy to make, they are also delicious! They can be used in trail mix, granola bars, oatmeal, yogurt, muffins, and pancakes. The perfect way to preserve food, these dried blueberries last for months!