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The most popular kimchi recipe on Pinterest! ************************************ Homemade Fermented Spicy Kimchi Recipe Fermented kimchi is an easy, tasty, healthy dish. Learn how to make it yourself at home.

The most popular kimchi recipe on Pinterest! ************************************ Homemade Fermented Spicy Kimchi Recipe Fermented kimchi is an easy, tasty, healthy dish. Learn how to make it yourself at home.

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Recipe courtesy of Ho Shim Shaw Photography by Chia Chong Umma& Kimchi with Step By Step Directions Ingredients: 2 heads of Nappa cabbage, cleaned and sliced in half lengthwise 1 ½ cups coarse sea salt, divided 6 cups of cold water 1 large Korean.

There's approximately 20,000 species of bees throughout the world making them the interest of beekeepers who rely on them to cross pollinate because when b

Tell Congress: Stop the pesticide that is killing bees! Last month, bumble bees died after trees in Wilsonville, Oregon were sprayed with dinotefuran, the neonicotinoid ingredient in Safari pesticide. This was the largest bee die-off ever recorded.

How the round, bee-friendly Sun Hive may help save the bees

Based on the form of wild bee nests, the Sun Hive is a design that comes out of "bee-centered" apiculture, where the bees' natural tendencies are supported, rather than suppressed. Not surprisingly, bees seem to thrive in these hives.

As we’ve written before, the mysterious mass die-off of honey bees that pollinate $30 billion worth of crops in the US has so decimated America’s apis mellifera population that one bad winter could leave fields fallow. Now, a new study has pinpointed some of the probable causes of bee deaths and the rather scary results...

"scientists discover what’s killing the bees and it’s worse than you thought - quartz": it's pesticides and fungicides that leave honeybees vulnerable to parasites. don't you think this calls for us to demand organic food as an urgent necessity?

What would you do if a huge buzzing cloud of bees landed in your back garden? May and June are known as the swarming months and if you encounter a swarm, don’t be alarmed. In late spring and early summer, honeybees take it upon themselves to test the patience of beekeepers and the resolve of …

What to do if You Spot a Swarm of Bees? Call a local beekeeping association. A beekeeper will come out and gather this beautiful swarm for a hive in a safe place.