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A Crash Course On How to Grow Chives By Cora Reese
eBook (ePub): $3.97
A Crash Course on How to Grow Chives Chives is the common name of Allium schoenoprasum, the smallest species of the edible onions. A perennial plant, it is native to Europe, Asia and North America.... More > A. schoenoprasum is the only species of Allium native to both the New and the Old Worlds. The name of the species derives from the Greek skhoínos (sedge) and práson (leek). Its English name, chives, derives from the French word cive, from cepa, the Latin word for onion. Chives are a commonly used herb and can be found in grocery stores or grown in home gardens. In culinary use, the scapes and the unopened, immature flower buds are diced and used as an ingredient for fish, potatoes, soups, and other dishes. This book covers several topics including: - Nutrition Information - Climate & Growing Conditions - How to Prepare the Garden Soil - How to Plant - How to Water and much more! Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your Nook or other reading device.< Less
Benefits Of Garlic : Tips on How Garlic can help you with Diabetes, Hypertension,Weight Loss, Cancer and Acne Cure By Amanda Wilson
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Garlic is one of the most valuable and versatile foods on the planet. Garlic belongs to the Allium family of vegetables which also includes onions, chives, shallots and leeks. Today garlic is a... More > widely recognized health enhancing supplement. Garlic promotes the well-being of the heart and immune systems with antioxidant properties and helps maintain healthy blood circulation. One of garlic's most potent health benefits includes the ability to enhance the body's immune cell activity.< Less
The "People Power" Food Superbook: Book 2. Healthy Food (Health - Organic Foods, Juicing, Sprouts, Vitamins, Minerals, Amino Acids, Healing Salts, Bee Foods) By Tony Kelbrat
eBook (ePub): $3.30
Good foods are mostly natural foods. Bad foods are processed foods. Here are some types of food, good and bad: Grains are good if they're not refined, bleached or sweetened; barley, corn, millet,... More > rice, rye, sorghum, wheat. Raw vegetables are best. Properly cooked vegetables retain some of their nutrients; asparagus, celery, leek, peppers, yam artichoke, chives, lentils, potato, zucchini, beans, collards, lettuce, rutabaga, beets, cucumbers, mushrooms, spinach, beet, greens, dandelion, greens, mustard, greens, squash, broccoli, egg, plant, okra, sweet, potato, brussels, sprout, endives, onion, turnip, cabbage, garlic, parsley, turnip, greens, cauliflower, kale, peas, watercress. Fresh fruits are good raw with the skin on; apple, apricot, avocado, banana, berry, cantaloupe, cherry, currant, fig, grape, grapefruit, honeydew, lemon, lime, nectarine, orange, papaya, peach, pear, pineapple, plum, rhubarb, tangerine, tomato, watermelon.< Less