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How To Get Rid Of Fruit Flies In Your House

If you've been seeing a lot of fruit flies in your home lately, here's a way to get rid of them quickly. Over the weekend, I began to notice that I had a little problem in my home. Somehow, I got an infestation of the annoying pest known as the fruit fly. Seeing them fly around the house got old very fast. I tried swatting and shooing them away but that really had no effect on them. So, I decided to hop on the ole' Google to find a remedy to get rid of the nuisance once and for all.
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Grocery giant helps fight the war on hunger

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) - It's a battle that seems to have no end, but a battle worth fighting. Communities across the country struggle to keep panties and food bank shelves stocked. So, when businesses like Basha's Family of Stores continue to fight, communities benefit. Each year Basha's along with...
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Napa, CANapa Valley Register

Freshly Picked: August at the Napa Farmers Market

Every year farmers markets across America take time to celebrate the first week of August as National Farmers Market Week. Last year, the Napa Farmers Market was voted #1 in California during the annual America’s Farmers Market Celebration. Help us defend our title and get into the top three farmers markets nationwide by voting online at napafarmersmarket.org.
Fresno, CAFresno Business Journal

Fresno apartments with below-market rent sold for $15M

Sandalwood Gardens Apartments image via apartments.com. Sandalwood Gardens, a 124-unit apartment complex off of West Dakota and North Fruit avenues in Fresno, was sold for $15 million by The Mogharebi Group, a Southern California brokerage firm that has long owned the property. Robin Kane and Brendan Kane of The Mogharebi...

Zero Waste kitchen targets cleaner, greener cooking

Vienna-based architect Ivana Steiner has recently created a waste-free kitchen, designed to take the effort out of living a zero-waste lifestyle. She was inspired after visiting several "unpacked" shops in Vienna and was left surprised to learn how much effort it actually takes to live without waste. Applying her architectural skills to create the perfect low-fuss solution, Steiner’s Zero Waste Kitchen was born.
RecipesFood Network

How to Upgrade School Lunches with Cookie Cutters

No matter how hard you try to hold onto summer right now, there’s no denying that another school year is fast approaching. And, sure, there are fun things that go hand in hand with the fall semester, like football (hello, chips and dips) and apple-picking (crisps, crumbles, pies!). But if you feel a sense of dread at the thought of packing lunches, I feel your pain.
Medical News Today

Colorful fruit and veg may reduce risk of cognitive decline

Changes in the brain can start decades before a person begins to experience cognitive decline and dementia. There is currently no cure for dementia, so strategies to prevent the condition through lifestyle changes are essential. A large study has found a link between eating foods rich in antioxidants called flavonoids...
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Rise and Shine: Healthy Back to School Breakfasts

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day – not because eating early is better for you, but simply because it’s the first thing you’re putting into your body. This sets the tone for your entire day. Imagine heading to work without properly fueling your body. You will likely lack energy and focus.The same thing applies to children. While it’s great to indulge in sugary cereal every once in a while, healthy choices during the school year will result in more brainpower and energy. Before they head off to school, make sure they’re prepared for the day ahead with healthy breakfast ideas that consist of protein, grains and fruits or vegetables, depending on your child’s preferences.

TeachMe: Toddler

Fit Brains for Kids: Sparky's Adventures challenges kids to play a variety of smart, fun games. Through these games students learn to sort items such as finding the different fruit, or aligning the shape to its shadow. They can also play a memory game by matching the bugs under a...
Tehama County, CARed Bluff Daily News

It’s fig time in Tehama County

My husband just picked our first figs today, July 22. We will have plenty to eat and share as once they start, they are very prolific. So, as I was tasting the first yummy ones, I decided to make a batch of fig bread which is one of our favorite ways to use some figs.