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Drink Recipe For Mint Juleps

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Mint Julep recipe from Organic Gurlz Gardens Fort Wayne IndianaHi There, Fellow Gardeners! This is Becca. Today, Organic Gurlz Gardens of Fort Wayne, Indiana will be sharing a Drink Recipe for Mint Juleps ~ please note that this is an adult beverage! Many adults need a Summer Refreshing drink  - so here is one to make your Summer a little, sweeter & refreshing. Continue reading

Health Benefits of Dandelion Greens

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AnnahMarie of Organic Gurlz Gardens Fort Wayne, IndianaHi there, Fellow Gardeners! This is AnnahMarie. Today, Organic Gurlz Gardens, of Fort Wayne, Indiana will be sharing information on the Health Benefits of Dandelion Greens. Our name for the weed comes from the French Dent de Lion, meaning "lion's tooth." This refers to the jagged points on the leaves, which look like sharp teeth. The French grow dandelions to eat, just as we grow lettuce in our gardens. Continue reading

Recipe for Cucumber Water

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Detox water with lime and cucumbers in a mason jaCucumber Water recipe from Organic Gurlz Gardens of Fort Wayne IndianaHi there , Fellow Gardeners! This is Becca. Today, Organic Gurlz Gardens of Fort Wayne, Indiana will be sharing a Recipe for Cucumber Water. All though you may think a cucumber recipe is to just to squeeze the juice out of the Cucumber, (yes, once the recipe does call for it) there is a little more to it. Continue reading

Organic Gurlz Gardens

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Home grown vegetables from Organic Gurlz Gardens Fort Wayne IndianaWe all want fresh vegetables, Right? Of course. We all want to eat as many organic foods as we can, right? Of course. The problem is some of us either don’t have time, don’t know how or just don’t want to worry about maintaining a garden. If you are one of the people that want to eat fresh vegetables you will probably like the idea of someone doing all the work for you and you just eat the food, right? Well, there is a place in Fort Wayne, Indiana that will do just that. They plant and maintain your raised bed home garden and you eat the vegetables that are produced. Just imagine, fresh from your own garden straight to your kitchen table! Continue reading

How to Grow Artichokes

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AnnahMarie of Organic Gurlz Gardens Fort Wayne, IndianaHi there, fellow Gardeners ;). This is AnnahMarie. Today, I will be sharing information about artichokes. The history of Artichokes Believed to originate in the Mediterranean, Artichokes were eaten by the Romans and Greeks and later by the Arabs. However, after the plummet of Rome, artichokes were rare in Europe until the 15th century when they were grown in Italy. From that point in time, Artichokes spread to the rest of Europe. Continue reading

Asparagus the Royal Vegetable

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Salmon with Asparagus - Organic Gurlz Gardens Fort Wayne IndianaHi there, Fellow Gardeners! This is AnnahMarie. Today, Organic Gurlz Gardens will be sharing information on one of our favorite vegetables - "All about Asparagus" At Organic Gurlz Gardens, We love Asparagus...and especially with Salmon! CLICK HERE to check out a few kitchen recipes from the Design Build Planners. Continue reading

Benefits of Fresh Horseradish

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AnnahMarie of Organic Gurlz Gardens Fort Wayne, IndianaHi there, Fellow Gardeners! This is AnnahMarie. Today, Organic Gurlz Gardens of Fort Wayne, Indiana will be sharing information on "Horseradish". Horseradish has been proven effective against fungi , infection, and bacteria. It is particularly useful in destroying bacteria that causes bronchitis and urinary tract infections. These same properties may also help the body maintain a healthy bladder by preventing toxin accumulation and helping to flush out inflammatory agents. Continue reading