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Gene's Rug Hooking Blog » BlogYou can see, with this photo, how well the transitional dye works for the pomegranates. After one evening of work, this is how far I got. (I am using a #8 cut.) Here are the next steps, in order, I will follow on this pattern; - the other pomegranate -leaves -background -border ABOUT THE BORDER The border is drawn in such a way that you can do it the way it is draw, add some things to it, or take some things away. Archive » New Project - created via…

Gene's Rug Hooking Blog » BlogYou can see, with this photo, how well the transitional dye works for the pomegranates. After one evening of work, this is how far I got. (I am using a #8 cut.) Here are the next steps, in order, I will follow on this pattern; - the other pomegranate -leaves -background -border ABOUT THE BORDER The border is drawn in such a way that you can do it the way it is draw, add some things to it, or take some things away. Archive » New Project - created via…

Rotten Apple | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Rotten Apple | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Here’s a sobering fact: the FDA legally allows up to 60 percent of canned or frozen blackberries and raspberries to contain mold; 15 percent mold is the limit for canned fruit and vegetable juices.  It’s true that it’s perfectly fine to eat some food when it starts to grow mold, but you should toss soft fruits and vegetables, since they may have mold growing below the surface.

Fruit Therapy - Hot Water Keeps Berries Mold-Free/A deg F, 30 second fruit bath called thermotherapy-dip, then place on paper towels for a few minutes to cool and dry. When mostly dry, store in fridge. (try other produce.

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