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Can you handle the truth, about organic gardening fertilizer? Of course you can. Hello my wonderful gardening chums, it’s Mrs. Beatrix Potts your, “Organic Garden Maven.” And you of course are a vegetable gardening aficionado, why else would you be reading these illuminating words of wisdom? And that puts you in very special company.

Today we’re going to explore a most breathtaking issue, that of organic garden fertilizer. That’s right, in this article and in the series of articles that follow we will be discussing the wonderful world of organic compost. Oh, I know some of you will be saying, “Be still my throbbing heart.” I know that you will agree with me when I say that this is just so exciting.

As you know I always feel it’s important to let you know what’s coming up. So in that spirit I want you to know that in this article and the next two articles you and I are going to be taking an in-depth look at the Myths, Misconceptions and Mistakes about organic gardening fertilizer. I need not tell you that compost, and by that I mean the ‘quality and correct’ organic compost, is probably the most important element for your successful organic vegetable garden.

As you well know Mrs. Potts is a renowned and, I blush to say world-famous, writer on the subject of vegetable gardening. What you may not be aware of is that Mr. Melvin Potts, wonderful spouse of 30 years, is one of the world’s leading experts in Organic Garden Compost. And just to put this in perspective he is known as, “Mr. Organic Garden Compost Man.” Isn’t that just so cute? And isn’t it wonderful you get me, and Melvin Potts the courageous and effervescent “Compost Man” all in this important series of breakthrough articles about the fascinating subject of Organic Gardening Compost.

On with the show. So, let’s look at the title of our article to begin with. You may think that the title of this article and our series is flashy, over-the-top, and even a little bit of hype. You know very well that Mrs. Beatrix Potts never overstates her case for vegetable gardening. Your correspondent has it on good authority that the most important element in having an article read and be appreciated by wonderful readers, like you, is the title. (A very famous person sent a personal e-mail explaining all of this to your faithful correspondent.)

So let’s examine that title. Is compost dirty? Most organic gardening compost is not even composed of dirt, it is composed of vegetable matter that will be and has been broken down by microbes, nematodes and the most ‘uncommon’ earthworm. So we must conclude that there is no ‘dirt’ involved in organic gardening compost.

Is organic garden fertilizer filthy? Filthy implies a degree of decay. Organic compost can be accurately described as fermented, and most certainly decomposed, but never, ever would we describe it as rotten.

Ah, filthy. We find that filthy is a pejorative term that denotes foul and disgusting and were you to use ‘enhanced interrogation techniques’ on us we would never in a million years describe organic fertilizer as neither disgusting nor foul.

So yes, my dear vegetable gardening chums, the headline was simply a slightly deceitful device to get you to read this extremely informative and important article concerning Organic Garden Fertilizer. After all, this article is invaluable to your gardening efforts. And you know that Beatrix Potts is loathe to exaggerate.

The first misconception were going to deal with is that you can put anything in your compost. This is far, far from the truth and is totally contradictory to what you want to be including in your organic vegetable fertilizer.

Well, your faithful, “Organic Garden Maven” Beatrix Potter has, unfortunately run out of space, much to your chagrin.

Until next time I wish you, “Happy Gardening.” Your faithful servant and gardening buddy.

In Volume 2 of this series we will be looking at just what you can add to your most wonderful organic compost. If you would like a FREE copy of the wonderful book The Complete Guide to Organic Vegetable Gardening, please go to my Blog it’s an Org, The Beatrix Potts Blog. The Blog is primarily about Organic Gardening Fertilizer – Compost. As Mr. Melvin Potts, wonderful spouse and “Mr. Organic Gardening Compost Man” would say, the Life’s Blood of the Organic Vegetable Garden.

Can you handle the truth, about organic gardening fertilizer? Of course you can. Hello my wonderful gardening chums, it’s Mrs. Beatrix Potts your, “Organic Garden Maven.” And you of course are a vegetable gardening aficionado, why else would you be reading these illuminating words of wisdom? And that puts you in very special company.

Today we’re going to explore a most breathtaking issue, that of organic garden fertilizer. That’s right, in this article and in the series of articles that follow we will be discussing the wonderful world of organic compost. Oh, I know some of you will be saying, “Be still my throbbing heart.” I know that you will agree with me when I say that this is just so exciting.

As you know I always feel it’s important to let you know what’s coming up. So in that spirit I want you to know that in this article and the next two articles you and I are going to be taking an in-depth look at the Myths, Misconceptions and Mistakes about organic gardening fertilizer. I need not tell you that compost, and by that I mean the ‘quality and correct’ organic compost, is probably the most important element for your successful organic vegetable garden.

As you well know Mrs. Potts is a renowned and, I blush to say world-famous, writer on the subject of vegetable gardening. What you may not be aware of is that Mr. Melvin Potts, wonderful spouse of 30 years, is one of the world’s leading experts in Organic Garden Compost. And just to put this in perspective he is known as, “Mr. Organic Garden Compost Man.” Isn’t that just so cute? And isn’t it wonderful you get me, and Melvin Potts the courageous and effervescent “Compost Man” all in this important series of breakthrough articles about the fascinating subject of Organic Gardening Compost.

On with the show. So, let’s look at the title of our article to begin with. You may think that the title of this article and our series is flashy, over-the-top, and even a little bit of hype. You know very well that Mrs. Beatrix Potts never overstates her case for vegetable gardening. Your correspondent has it on good authority that the most important element in having an article read and be appreciated by wonderful readers, like you, is the title. (A very famous person sent a personal e-mail explaining all of this to your faithful correspondent.)

So let’s examine that title. Is compost dirty? Most organic gardening compost is not even composed of dirt, it is composed of vegetable matter that will be and has been broken down by microbes, nematodes and the most ‘uncommon’ earthworm. So we must conclude that there is no ‘dirt’ involved in organic gardening compost.

Is organic garden fertilizer filthy? Filthy implies a degree of decay. Organic compost can be accurately described as fermented, and most certainly decomposed, but never, ever would we describe it as rotten.

Ah, filthy. We find that filthy is a pejorative term that denotes foul and disgusting and were you to use ‘enhanced interrogation techniques’ on us we would never in a million years describe organic fertilizer as neither disgusting nor foul.

So yes, my dear vegetable gardening chums, the headline was simply a slightly deceitful device to get you to read this extremely informative and important article concerning Organic Garden Fertilizer. After all, this article is invaluable to your gardening efforts. And you know that Beatrix Potts is loathe to exaggerate.

The first misconception were going to deal with is that you can put anything in your compost. This is far, far from the truth and is totally contradictory to what you want to be including in your organic vegetable fertilizer.

Well, your faithful, “Organic Garden Maven” Beatrix Potter has, unfortunately run out of space, much to your chagrin.

Until next time I wish you, “Happy Gardening.” Your faithful servant and gardening buddy.

Easter is a mark for children with the sense of spring is nearby and the snow and cold weather is about to end. Children sensing school will be over for the year, with summer on way. Easter for children is excitement for coloring eggs, Easter egg hunts, and candy. Jelly beans galore.

The history of jellybeans started back years ago, around biblical times when a Turkish Delight candy was introduced as a soft, jelly sticky filling with coating of sugar or coconut. Turkish Delights common flavors, rosewater, lemon; other familiar flavors were cinnamon or mint. Small nut pieces pistachio hazelnut or walnuts add extra flavor to the candy.

In the 19th century, the French developed a hard shell candy, Jordan Almonds. To make the hard shell over the almonds, the almonds placed in a bowl and moved side to site to coat the almond with sugar and syrup. The method the French used recognized as panning. With adding coloring, the Jordan Almonds came in a variety of pastel colors, blues, green, yellow, purple, and pink.

The 20th Century brought new life to the jellybean when the Turkish Delight and Jordan Almonds were introduced in America. General stores where penny candy sold, jellybeans were in large glass jars. With array of colors and flavors in the 1930’s the jellybean was include as an Easter candy with the jellybean representing the Easter egg shape.

Jellybeans made out of sugar, cornstarch, and food starch. The process for making jellybeans takes 6 to 10 days. Starting with a sugar cornstarch and other ingredients placed in a large vat. As the filling of sugar, mixtures fill in cornstarch-coated molds, to form the egg shape. The filling then dries for 24 hours. After the drying process the mixtures goes through a process of sugar coating and flavoring and color added until a hard shell forms on the mixture. The jellybeans then set 48 hours to dry. After drying a coating of Confectioner’s glaze sprayed on to, give each jellybean a shinny shell.

Flavors of jellybeans are small portions of natural and artificial flavors and colors. A bean flavor could be chocolate, coconut, juice, peanuts, oils cream, or milk. There are over 100 different flavors of jellybeans today. Thanks to Jelly Belly Company for the original flavor and gourmet flavor jellybeans. From the red cinnamon flavor to the tropical fruit flavors, Bubble gun, Watermen,  Blueberry, Apple, and more.

For people with a taste for jellybeans now come in sugar free. Sugar free jellybeans have become popular over the last few years. With more people, becoming and finding out about diabetics, people are looking at the sugarless candy including jellybeans.

Jellybeans are not just for Easter however, they are for those of us that have a sweet tooth though out the year. As Halloween, approaches orange and everyone’s favor black licorice jellybeans are showing up on store shelves.

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Can you handle the truth, about organic gardening fertilizer? Of course you can. Hello my wonderful gardening chums, it’s Mrs. Beatrix Potts your, “Organic Garden Maven.” And you of course are a vegetable gardening aficionado, why else would you be reading these illuminating words of wisdom? And that puts you in very special company.

Today we’re going to explore a most breathtaking issue, that of organic garden fertilizer. That’s right, in this article and in the series of articles that follow we will be discussing the wonderful world of organic compost. Oh, I know some of you will be saying, “Be still my throbbing heart.” I know that you will agree with me when I say that this is just so exciting.

As you know I always feel it’s important to let you know what’s coming up. So in that spirit I want you to know that in this article and the next two articles you and I are going to be taking an in-depth look at the Myths, Misconceptions and Mistakes about organic gardening fertilizer. I need not tell you that compost, and by that I mean the ‘quality and correct’ organic compost, is probably the most important element for your successful organic vegetable garden.

As you well know Mrs. Potts is a renowned and, I blush to say world-famous, writer on the subject of vegetable gardening. What you may not be aware of is that Mr. Melvin Potts, wonderful spouse of 30 years, is one of the world’s leading experts in Organic Garden Compost. And just to put this in perspective he is known as, “Mr. Organic Garden Compost Man.” Isn’t that just so cute? And isn’t it wonderful you get me, and Melvin Potts the courageous and effervescent “Compost Man” all in this important series of breakthrough articles about the fascinating subject of Organic Gardening Compost.

On with the show. So, let’s look at the title of our article to begin with. You may think that the title of this article and our series is flashy, over-the-top, and even a little bit of hype. You know very well that Mrs. Beatrix Potts never overstates her case for vegetable gardening. Your correspondent has it on good authority that the most important element in having an article read and be appreciated by wonderful readers, like you, is the title. (A very famous person sent a personal e-mail explaining all of this to your faithful correspondent.)

So let’s examine that title. Is compost dirty? Most organic gardening compost is not even composed of dirt, it is composed of vegetable matter that will be and has been broken down by microbes, nematodes and the most ‘uncommon’ earthworm. So we must conclude that there is no ‘dirt’ involved in organic gardening compost.

Is organic garden fertilizer filthy? Filthy implies a degree of decay. Organic compost can be accurately described as fermented, and most certainly decomposed, but never, ever would we describe it as rotten.

Ah, filthy. We find that filthy is a pejorative term that denotes foul and disgusting and were you to use ‘enhanced interrogation techniques’ on us we would never in a million years describe organic fertilizer as neither disgusting nor foul.

So yes, my dear vegetable gardening chums, the headline was simply a slightly deceitful device to get you to read this extremely informative and important article concerning Organic Garden Fertilizer. After all, this article is invaluable to your gardening efforts. And you know that Beatrix Potts is loathe to exaggerate.

The first misconception were going to deal with is that you can put anything in your compost. This is far, far from the truth and is totally contradictory to what you want to be including in your organic vegetable fertilizer.

Well, your faithful, “Organic Garden Maven” Beatrix Potter has, unfortunately run out of space, much to your chagrin.

Until next time I wish you, “Happy Gardening.” Your faithful servant and gardening buddy.

Easter is a mark for children with the sense of spring is nearby and the snow and cold weather is about to end. Children sensing school will be over for the year, with summer on way. Easter for children is excitement for coloring eggs, Easter egg hunts, and candy. Jelly beans galore.

The history of jellybeans started back years ago, around biblical times when a Turkish Delight candy was introduced as a soft, jelly sticky filling with coating of sugar or coconut. Turkish Delights common flavors, rosewater, lemon; other familiar flavors were cinnamon or mint. Small nut pieces pistachio hazelnut or walnuts add extra flavor to the candy.

In the 19th century, the French developed a hard shell candy, Jordan Almonds. To make the hard shell over the almonds, the almonds placed in a bowl and moved side to site to coat the almond with sugar and syrup. The method the French used recognized as panning. With adding coloring, the Jordan Almonds came in a variety of pastel colors, blues, green, yellow, purple, and pink.

The 20th Century brought new life to the jellybean when the Turkish Delight and Jordan Almonds were introduced in America. General stores where penny candy sold, jellybeans were in large glass jars. With array of colors and flavors in the 1930’s the jellybean was include as an Easter candy with the jellybean representing the Easter egg shape.

Jellybeans made out of sugar, cornstarch, and food starch. The process for making jellybeans takes 6 to 10 days. Starting with a sugar cornstarch and other ingredients placed in a large vat. As the filling of sugar, mixtures fill in cornstarch-coated molds, to form the egg shape. The filling then dries for 24 hours. After the drying process the mixtures goes through a process of sugar coating and flavoring and color added until a hard shell forms on the mixture. The jellybeans then set 48 hours to dry. After drying a coating of Confectioner’s glaze sprayed on to, give each jellybean a shinny shell.

Flavors of jellybeans are small portions of natural and artificial flavors and colors. A bean flavor could be chocolate, coconut, juice, peanuts, oils cream, or milk. There are over 100 different flavors of jellybeans today. Thanks to Jelly Belly Company for the original flavor and gourmet flavor jellybeans. From the red cinnamon flavor to the tropical fruit flavors, Bubble gun, Watermen,  Blueberry, Apple, and more.

For people with a taste for jellybeans now come in sugar free. Sugar free jellybeans have become popular over the last few years. With more people, becoming and finding out about diabetics, people are looking at the sugarless candy including jellybeans.

Jellybeans are not just for Easter however, they are for those of us that have a sweet tooth though out the year. As Halloween, approaches orange and everyone’s favor black licorice jellybeans are showing up on store shelves.

Foods are like humans too because both of them can be decorated and may be enhanced with the help of accessories for humans and an additional recipe for foods. Likewise, your appetizer could taste much better with hot pepper jelly and your desserts will not be the same with praline topping.

A normal meal would always have an appetizer a food or drink served usually before a meal to stimulate the appetite. However, consuming the appetizer itself is boring that is why people in the kitchen discovered a spice that is called hot pepper jelly. You just need seeded and chopped green bell peppers and yellow or orange bell peppers, vinegar, white sugar, crushed red pepper flakes and dry pectin.

Once you have gathered these ingredients then you will be ready to grind red and green peppers until it is thinly chopped. Combine all the ingredients in a large pot. Let it boil while stirring it constantly. Remember; always use a well sterilized jar. Afterwards, you can enjoy the jelly and use it as the perfect topping of appetizers whether it is meat, cheese and crackers.

On the other hand, a dessert is always being served after a heavy meal. By definition, dessert is a dish served as the last course of a meal. Well, plain dessert is boring so here comes the praline topping. It is capable to make your dessert taste better than usual. It is just made from real pecans, butter, brown sugar and cream.

It is really simple to make this because all you have to do are combine the butter and brown sugar and stir it constantly until it becomes smooth. Then add the cream and bring to boil. Wait until it thickened for 3 minutes and cool it off. Afterwards, you can spread the pecans all over the pan and toast for 8 minutes or till it becomes fragrant and browned. Then chop the nuts and place them on the cooled caramel. You can sprinkle them with ice cream, pound cake, cheese cake and many more deserts.

These are healthy because they do not have any preservatives. Actually, you can make your own by following the instructions above but the easiest way to get it is to drop by in a shop and buy or order through online. You can easily avail any of these anytime you want.

Indeed, there is always something for us during the beginning of our meal and of course in the last part of our meal. You can have them because you dont want your appetizer and dessert to be alone or boring.

Jane Ros Barker believes that every dessert needs some unique flavor that only a praline topping can give.

Can you handle the truth, about organic gardening fertilizer? Of course you can. Hello my wonderful gardening chums, it’s Mrs. Beatrix Potts your, “Organic Garden Maven.” And you of course are a vegetable gardening aficionado, why else would you be reading these illuminating words of wisdom? And that puts you in very special company.

Today we’re going to explore a most breathtaking issue, that of organic garden fertilizer. That’s right, in this article and in the series of articles that follow we will be discussing the wonderful world of organic compost. Oh, I know some of you will be saying, “Be still my throbbing heart.” I know that you will agree with me when I say that this is just so exciting.

As you know I always feel it’s important to let you know what’s coming up. So in that spirit I want you to know that in this article and the next two articles you and I are going to be taking an in-depth look at the Myths, Misconceptions and Mistakes about organic gardening fertilizer. I need not tell you that compost, and by that I mean the ‘quality and correct’ organic compost, is probably the most important element for your successful organic vegetable garden.

As you well know Mrs. Potts is a renowned and, I blush to say world-famous, writer on the subject of vegetable gardening. What you may not be aware of is that Mr. Melvin Potts, wonderful spouse of 30 years, is one of the world’s leading experts in Organic Garden Compost. And just to put this in perspective he is known as, “Mr. Organic Garden Compost Man.” Isn’t that just so cute? And isn’t it wonderful you get me, and Melvin Potts the courageous and effervescent “Compost Man” all in this important series of breakthrough articles about the fascinating subject of Organic Gardening Compost.

On with the show. So, let’s look at the title of our article to begin with. You may think that the title of this article and our series is flashy, over-the-top, and even a little bit of hype. You know very well that Mrs. Beatrix Potts never overstates her case for vegetable gardening. Your correspondent has it on good authority that the most important element in having an article read and be appreciated by wonderful readers, like you, is the title. (A very famous person sent a personal e-mail explaining all of this to your faithful correspondent.)

So let’s examine that title. Is compost dirty? Most organic gardening compost is not even composed of dirt, it is composed of vegetable matter that will be and has been broken down by microbes, nematodes and the most ‘uncommon’ earthworm. So we must conclude that there is no ‘dirt’ involved in organic gardening compost.

Is organic garden fertilizer filthy? Filthy implies a degree of decay. Organic compost can be accurately described as fermented, and most certainly decomposed, but never, ever would we describe it as rotten.

Ah, filthy. We find that filthy is a pejorative term that denotes foul and disgusting and were you to use ‘enhanced interrogation techniques’ on us we would never in a million years describe organic fertilizer as neither disgusting nor foul.

So yes, my dear vegetable gardening chums, the headline was simply a slightly deceitful device to get you to read this extremely informative and important article concerning Organic Garden Fertilizer. After all, this article is invaluable to your gardening efforts. And you know that Beatrix Potts is loathe to exaggerate.

The first misconception were going to deal with is that you can put anything in your compost. This is far, far from the truth and is totally contradictory to what you want to be including in your organic vegetable fertilizer.

Well, your faithful, “Organic Garden Maven” Beatrix Potter has, unfortunately run out of space, much to your chagrin.

Until next time I wish you, “Happy Gardening.” Your faithful servant and gardening buddy.

Easter is a mark for children with the sense of spring is nearby and the snow and cold weather is about to end. Children sensing school will be over for the year, with summer on way. Easter for children is excitement for coloring eggs, Easter egg hunts, and candy. Jelly beans galore.

The history of jellybeans started back years ago, around biblical times when a Turkish Delight candy was introduced as a soft, jelly sticky filling with coating of sugar or coconut. Turkish Delights common flavors, rosewater, lemon; other familiar flavors were cinnamon or mint. Small nut pieces pistachio hazelnut or walnuts add extra flavor to the candy.

In the 19th century, the French developed a hard shell candy, Jordan Almonds. To make the hard shell over the almonds, the almonds placed in a bowl and moved side to site to coat the almond with sugar and syrup. The method the French used recognized as panning. With adding coloring, the Jordan Almonds came in a variety of pastel colors, blues, green, yellow, purple, and pink.

The 20th Century brought new life to the jellybean when the Turkish Delight and Jordan Almonds were introduced in America. General stores where penny candy sold, jellybeans were in large glass jars. With array of colors and flavors in the 1930’s the jellybean was include as an Easter candy with the jellybean representing the Easter egg shape.

Jellybeans made out of sugar, cornstarch, and food starch. The process for making jellybeans takes 6 to 10 days. Starting with a sugar cornstarch and other ingredients placed in a large vat. As the filling of sugar, mixtures fill in cornstarch-coated molds, to form the egg shape. The filling then dries for 24 hours. After the drying process the mixtures goes through a process of sugar coating and flavoring and color added until a hard shell forms on the mixture. The jellybeans then set 48 hours to dry. After drying a coating of Confectioner’s glaze sprayed on to, give each jellybean a shinny shell.

Flavors of jellybeans are small portions of natural and artificial flavors and colors. A bean flavor could be chocolate, coconut, juice, peanuts, oils cream, or milk. There are over 100 different flavors of jellybeans today. Thanks to Jelly Belly Company for the original flavor and gourmet flavor jellybeans. From the red cinnamon flavor to the tropical fruit flavors, Bubble gun, Watermen,  Blueberry, Apple, and more.

For people with a taste for jellybeans now come in sugar free. Sugar free jellybeans have become popular over the last few years. With more people, becoming and finding out about diabetics, people are looking at the sugarless candy including jellybeans.

Jellybeans are not just for Easter however, they are for those of us that have a sweet tooth though out the year. As Halloween, approaches orange and everyone’s favor black licorice jellybeans are showing up on store shelves.

Foods are like humans too because both of them can be decorated and may be enhanced with the help of accessories for humans and an additional recipe for foods. Likewise, your appetizer could taste much better with hot pepper jelly and your desserts will not be the same with praline topping.

A normal meal would always have an appetizer a food or drink served usually before a meal to stimulate the appetite. However, consuming the appetizer itself is boring that is why people in the kitchen discovered a spice that is called hot pepper jelly. You just need seeded and chopped green bell peppers and yellow or orange bell peppers, vinegar, white sugar, crushed red pepper flakes and dry pectin.

Once you have gathered these ingredients then you will be ready to grind red and green peppers until it is thinly chopped. Combine all the ingredients in a large pot. Let it boil while stirring it constantly. Remember; always use a well sterilized jar. Afterwards, you can enjoy the jelly and use it as the perfect topping of appetizers whether it is meat, cheese and crackers.

On the other hand, a dessert is always being served after a heavy meal. By definition, dessert is a dish served as the last course of a meal. Well, plain dessert is boring so here comes the praline topping. It is capable to make your dessert taste better than usual. It is just made from real pecans, butter, brown sugar and cream.

It is really simple to make this because all you have to do are combine the butter and brown sugar and stir it constantly until it becomes smooth. Then add the cream and bring to boil. Wait until it thickened for 3 minutes and cool it off. Afterwards, you can spread the pecans all over the pan and toast for 8 minutes or till it becomes fragrant and browned. Then chop the nuts and place them on the cooled caramel. You can sprinkle them with ice cream, pound cake, cheese cake and many more deserts.

These are healthy because they do not have any preservatives. Actually, you can make your own by following the instructions above but the easiest way to get it is to drop by in a shop and buy or order through online. You can easily avail any of these anytime you want.

Indeed, there is always something for us during the beginning of our meal and of course in the last part of our meal. You can have them because you dont want your appetizer and dessert to be alone or boring.

You know that royal jelly is highly regarded as a super food that can improve your chances of conceiving a baby.  You also know that in order to benefit from this super food, you must take it in its recommended dosage as well as frequency.  Here are some tips on how to take royal jelly for fertility to get the most benefit and become pregnant in no time.

First, you must be aware and understand that this super food comes from bees.  Bees secrete this substance to create their queen bee for reproduction.  They also use this substance to keep their baby bees healthy and protect them from diseases.  If you are allergic to bees, you may want to consult your physician prior to taking the supplement.  

If you are not allergic to bees, the best way how to take royal jelly for fertility is to take it as a dietary supplement.  It is available in capsule or liquid form.  As it is recommended to be taken daily in between meals or with food, you can choose the capsule form for convenience or you may decide to take it deliciously mixed with your favorite drinks such as shakes and smoothies.

Another important tip on how to take royal jelly for fertility is to check the source of your supplement.  Get it only from reputable health stores online or offline to ensure that you get only the finest quality with no additives or chemicals in it.  Taking royal jelly regularly will help you correct your infertility and conceive your first child.  

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Can you handle the truth, about organic gardening fertilizer? Of course you can. Hello my wonderful gardening chums, it’s Mrs. Beatrix Potts your, “Organic Garden Maven.” And you of course are a vegetable gardening aficionado, why else would you be reading these illuminating words of wisdom? And that puts you in very special company.

Today we’re going to explore a most breathtaking issue, that of organic garden fertilizer. That’s right, in this article and in the series of articles that follow we will be discussing the wonderful world of organic compost. Oh, I know some of you will be saying, “Be still my throbbing heart.” I know that you will agree with me when I say that this is just so exciting.

As you know I always feel it’s important to let you know what’s coming up. So in that spirit I want you to know that in this article and the next two articles you and I are going to be taking an in-depth look at the Myths, Misconceptions and Mistakes about organic gardening fertilizer. I need not tell you that compost, and by that I mean the ‘quality and correct’ organic compost, is probably the most important element for your successful organic vegetable garden.

As you well know Mrs. Potts is a renowned and, I blush to say world-famous, writer on the subject of vegetable gardening. What you may not be aware of is that Mr. Melvin Potts, wonderful spouse of 30 years, is one of the world’s leading experts in Organic Garden Compost. And just to put this in perspective he is known as, “Mr. Organic Garden Compost Man.” Isn’t that just so cute? And isn’t it wonderful you get me, and Melvin Potts the courageous and effervescent “Compost Man” all in this important series of breakthrough articles about the fascinating subject of Organic Gardening Compost.

On with the show. So, let’s look at the title of our article to begin with. You may think that the title of this article and our series is flashy, over-the-top, and even a little bit of hype. You know very well that Mrs. Beatrix Potts never overstates her case for vegetable gardening. Your correspondent has it on good authority that the most important element in having an article read and be appreciated by wonderful readers, like you, is the title. (A very famous person sent a personal e-mail explaining all of this to your faithful correspondent.)

So let’s examine that title. Is compost dirty? Most organic gardening compost is not even composed of dirt, it is composed of vegetable matter that will be and has been broken down by microbes, nematodes and the most ‘uncommon’ earthworm. So we must conclude that there is no ‘dirt’ involved in organic gardening compost.

Is organic garden fertilizer filthy? Filthy implies a degree of decay. Organic compost can be accurately described as fermented, and most certainly decomposed, but never, ever would we describe it as rotten.

Ah, filthy. We find that filthy is a pejorative term that denotes foul and disgusting and were you to use ‘enhanced interrogation techniques’ on us we would never in a million years describe organic fertilizer as neither disgusting nor foul.

So yes, my dear vegetable gardening chums, the headline was simply a slightly deceitful device to get you to read this extremely informative and important article concerning Organic Garden Fertilizer. After all, this article is invaluable to your gardening efforts. And you know that Beatrix Potts is loathe to exaggerate.

The first misconception were going to deal with is that you can put anything in your compost. This is far, far from the truth and is totally contradictory to what you want to be including in your organic vegetable fertilizer.

Well, your faithful, “Organic Garden Maven” Beatrix Potter has, unfortunately run out of space, much to your chagrin.

Until next time I wish you, “Happy Gardening.” Your faithful servant and gardening buddy.

Easter is a mark for children with the sense of spring is nearby and the snow and cold weather is about to end. Children sensing school will be over for the year, with summer on way. Easter for children is excitement for coloring eggs, Easter egg hunts, and candy. Jelly beans galore.

The history of jellybeans started back years ago, around biblical times when a Turkish Delight candy was introduced as a soft, jelly sticky filling with coating of sugar or coconut. Turkish Delights common flavors, rosewater, lemon; other familiar flavors were cinnamon or mint. Small nut pieces pistachio hazelnut or walnuts add extra flavor to the candy.

In the 19th century, the French developed a hard shell candy, Jordan Almonds. To make the hard shell over the almonds, the almonds placed in a bowl and moved side to site to coat the almond with sugar and syrup. The method the French used recognized as panning. With adding coloring, the Jordan Almonds came in a variety of pastel colors, blues, green, yellow, purple, and pink.

The 20th Century brought new life to the jellybean when the Turkish Delight and Jordan Almonds were introduced in America. General stores where penny candy sold, jellybeans were in large glass jars. With array of colors and flavors in the 1930’s the jellybean was include as an Easter candy with the jellybean representing the Easter egg shape.

Jellybeans made out of sugar, cornstarch, and food starch. The process for making jellybeans takes 6 to 10 days. Starting with a sugar cornstarch and other ingredients placed in a large vat. As the filling of sugar, mixtures fill in cornstarch-coated molds, to form the egg shape. The filling then dries for 24 hours. After the drying process the mixtures goes through a process of sugar coating and flavoring and color added until a hard shell forms on the mixture. The jellybeans then set 48 hours to dry. After drying a coating of Confectioner’s glaze sprayed on to, give each jellybean a shinny shell.

Flavors of jellybeans are small portions of natural and artificial flavors and colors. A bean flavor could be chocolate, coconut, juice, peanuts, oils cream, or milk. There are over 100 different flavors of jellybeans today. Thanks to Jelly Belly Company for the original flavor and gourmet flavor jellybeans. From the red cinnamon flavor to the tropical fruit flavors, Bubble gun, Watermen,  Blueberry, Apple, and more.

For people with a taste for jellybeans now come in sugar free. Sugar free jellybeans have become popular over the last few years. With more people, becoming and finding out about diabetics, people are looking at the sugarless candy including jellybeans.

Jellybeans are not just for Easter however, they are for those of us that have a sweet tooth though out the year. As Halloween, approaches orange and everyone’s favor black licorice jellybeans are showing up on store shelves.

Foods are like humans too because both of them can be decorated and may be enhanced with the help of accessories for humans and an additional recipe for foods. Likewise, your appetizer could taste much better with hot pepper jelly and your desserts will not be the same with praline topping.

A normal meal would always have an appetizer a food or drink served usually before a meal to stimulate the appetite. However, consuming the appetizer itself is boring that is why people in the kitchen discovered a spice that is called hot pepper jelly. You just need seeded and chopped green bell peppers and yellow or orange bell peppers, vinegar, white sugar, crushed red pepper flakes and dry pectin.

Once you have gathered these ingredients then you will be ready to grind red and green peppers until it is thinly chopped. Combine all the ingredients in a large pot. Let it boil while stirring it constantly. Remember; always use a well sterilized jar. Afterwards, you can enjoy the jelly and use it as the perfect topping of appetizers whether it is meat, cheese and crackers.

On the other hand, a dessert is always being served after a heavy meal. By definition, dessert is a dish served as the last course of a meal. Well, plain dessert is boring so here comes the praline topping. It is capable to make your dessert taste better than usual. It is just made from real pecans, butter, brown sugar and cream.

It is really simple to make this because all you have to do are combine the butter and brown sugar and stir it constantly until it becomes smooth. Then add the cream and bring to boil. Wait until it thickened for 3 minutes and cool it off. Afterwards, you can spread the pecans all over the pan and toast for 8 minutes or till it becomes fragrant and browned. Then chop the nuts and place them on the cooled caramel. You can sprinkle them with ice cream, pound cake, cheese cake and many more deserts.

These are healthy because they do not have any preservatives. Actually, you can make your own by following the instructions above but the easiest way to get it is to drop by in a shop and buy or order through online. You can easily avail any of these anytime you want.

Indeed, there is always something for us during the beginning of our meal and of course in the last part of our meal. You can have them because you dont want your appetizer and dessert to be alone or boring.

You know that royal jelly is highly regarded as a super food that can improve your chances of conceiving a baby.  You also know that in order to benefit from this super food, you must take it in its recommended dosage as well as frequency.  Here are some tips on how to take royal jelly for fertility to get the most benefit and become pregnant in no time.

First, you must be aware and understand that this super food comes from bees.  Bees secrete this substance to create their queen bee for reproduction.  They also use this substance to keep their baby bees healthy and protect them from diseases.  If you are allergic to bees, you may want to consult your physician prior to taking the supplement.  

If you are not allergic to bees, the best way how to take royal jelly for fertility is to take it as a dietary supplement.  It is available in capsule or liquid form.  As it is recommended to be taken daily in between meals or with food, you can choose the capsule form for convenience or you may decide to take it deliciously mixed with your favorite drinks such as shakes and smoothies.

Another important tip on how to take royal jelly for fertility is to check the source of your supplement.  Get it only from reputable health stores online or offline to ensure that you get only the finest quality with no additives or chemicals in it.  Taking royal jelly regularly will help you correct your infertility and conceive your first child.  

Do you want to get pregnant within 4 weeks from now? If yes, then I recommend you use the techniques recommended in this infertility cure guide: Pregnancy Miracle, to significantly increase your odds of conceiving and giving birth to a healthy kid.

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A woman who wants to enhance her fertility to increase her chances of getting pregnant should highly consider taking royal jelly and bee pollen.  These two are proven to boost the fertility rate of women, for these they contain nutrients, vitamins and minerals necessary to increase female fertility naturally.  Royal jelly and bee pollen for fertility is the effective solution for women facing infertility issues or those who simply want to ensure that they get pregnant fast.

Royal Jelly

Royal jelly contains multi-vitamins and minerals that improve the quality and condition of a woman’s eggs.  When taken regularly, royal jelly balances the hormones to prevent various health problems such as irregular menstrual cycle and pcos (polycystic ovarian syndrome), among others.

Bee Pollen

Meanwhile, bee pollen, although closely associated with male infertility treatment, is also effective in addressing female infertility.  Bee pollen increases the strength of natural ovulation among women as it improves the condition of their ovaries.  

Royal jelly and bee pollen for fertility is a natural and effective solution to treat female infertility issues.  Taken regularly as dietary supplements, women will find it easier to get pregnant and avoid miscarriages.  The supplements can also help with other health issues such as increasing libido, boosting the immune system, and reducing inflammation, to mention just a few.   

You just have to make sure that when you purchase your royal jelly and bee pollen for fertility, you are buying it from reliable sources.  This will assure you that the supplements are only made from the finest natural ingredients with no preservatives and chemicals added.  

Do you want to get pregnant within 4 weeks from now? If yes, then I recommend you use the techniques recommended in this infertility cure guide: Pregnancy Miracle, to significantly increase your odds of conceiving and giving birth to a healthy kid.

Click here ==> Pregnancy Miracle Review, to read more about this Natural Infertility Cure Guide, and discover how it has been helping women all over the world with infertility related issues.

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