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Sometimes you need a change from the same old recipes to keep things interesting. This festive apple sausage dressing is a twist on the traditional Thanksgiving side. It will add fresh harvest flavors to your table for your holiday feast. 
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Who says dessert can’t be good for you? These Chocolate Beet Brownies contain a half pound of beets and all the healthy B vitamins, potassium, and nitrates that come with them.
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It’s the time of year to give thanks! There’s a lot to be thankful for here at Survival Garden Seeds. Taking the time for gratitude is an important practice that builds resilience to life’s hard times and boosts your mental health. We're taking the time to give thanks for all of our blessings today, and every day.
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Are you looking for another Thanksgiving side dish idea that isn’t the typical green bean casserole? Why not make use of those brussels sprouts from your fall garden that have been sweetened by a kiss of frost? This recipe is straightforward to make and doesn’t require a lot of preparation work.
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No one wants to eat a dry turkey on Thanksgiving - or any other time! Luckily, it's easy to add some moisture and flavor without a lot of extra prep work. If you haven't brined your Thanksgiving turkey before, why not try something new? 
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Whether it’s preparing for existence after a natural disaster, living off the grid, fighting expensive food prices, or simply providing healthy and sustainable food for your family, having a source of quality seeds is essential.
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For a farmer or gardener, the harvest season is one of the most exciting times of the year, when you get to truly enjoy the fruits of your labor. It’s also a great time to consider the wisdom of the Law of the Harvest: “You reap what you sow.” Let’s look into what the Law of the Harvest means for survival gardeners especially.
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The weather is getting colder and our appetites turn to warm comfort food. What could be better than a rich, warm chili that you can easily make in your slow cooker?
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If a nuclear emergency happens, you may not have any warning. A well-thought-out plan can make all the difference in your survival chances. 
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As Winter approaches it is time to sort out what will happen to the vegetables and herbs in your survival garden. Some plants can be left outside, while others can be brought inside to continue growing or for storage in a semi-dormant state until Spring.
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It’s apple season and while we’re all making apple pies and apple strudel we’re generating lots of apple scraps. While you could compost them right away, why not turn them into very useful vinegar first?
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As the weather is getting colder, you might be missing your time outdoors in the garden. One overlooked but a beneficial way of extending the growing season is to have an indoor survival garden.
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