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Naturally Dye Your Easter Eggs

Naturally Dye Your Easter Eggs

Naturally Dye Your Easter Eggs Naturally Dye Your Easter Eggs Egg decorating is a festive activity that celebrates the arrival of spring, a season of renewal. The egg, an ancient symbol of rebirth and new life, has a long and storied history tied to holidays and seasonal celebrations around the world, including Easter. In fact, if you’ve hand-dyed eggs, then …

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Wisconsin Official Traded Sturgeon Research Eggs for Caviar, Prosecutors Say

Wisconsin Official Traded Sturgeon Research Eggs for Caviar, Prosecutors Say

Wisconsin Official Traded Sturgeon Research Eggs for Caviar, Prosecutors Say Wisconsin Official Traded Sturgeon Research Eggs for Caviar, Prosecutors Say The eggs, processed into tiny black pearls prized by the gastronomic world for their burst-in-the-mouth, briny flavor profile, were said by state fisheries employees to be needed for research on the sturgeon population in Wisconsin. But prosecutors say the state …

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The Eggs I Sold, the Baby I Gained

The Eggs I Sold, the Baby I Gained

The Eggs I Sold, the Baby I Gained The Eggs I Sold, the Baby I Gained I made it to 33 weeks before Finnegan arrived. He was born folded and twisted like a street cart pretzel, with knee, hip and elbow dislocations. He was born with lungs so weak he needed the help of machines to breathe for nearly two …

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He Doesn’t Mind Being Shared, Unless His Mates Try to Eat Each Other’s Eggs

He Doesn’t Mind Being Shared, Unless His Mates Try to Eat Each Other’s Eggs

He Doesn’t Mind Being Shared, Unless His Mates Try to Eat Each Other’s Eggs He Doesn’t Mind Being Shared, Unless His Mates Try to Eat Each Other’s Eggs From the standpoint of sex, male frogs tend to segregate into two camps: the monogamous bunch and the free wheeling philanderers. This split seems to apply to all amphibians, which don’t really …

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Life Hatched From Soft Eggs, Some a Foot Long, in Dinosaur Era

Life Hatched From Soft Eggs, Some a Foot Long, in Dinosaur Era

Life Hatched From Soft Eggs, Some a Foot Long, in Dinosaur Era Life Hatched From Soft Eggs, Some a Foot Long, in Dinosaur Era There’s a problem with dinosaur eggs: A lot of them are missing. Dinosaurs dominated land from about 245 million years ago until an asteroid extinguished them some 66 million years before our time. But their eggs, …

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Dumped Milk, Smashed Eggs, Plowed Vegetables: Food Waste of the Pandemic

Dumped Milk, Smashed Eggs, Plowed Vegetables: Food Waste of the Pandemic

In Wisconsin and Ohio, farmers are dumping thousands of gallons of fresh milk into lagoons and manure pits. An Idaho farmer has dug huge ditches to bury 1 million pounds of onions. And in South Florida, a region that supplies much of the Eastern half of the United States with produce, tractors are crisscrossing bean and cabbage fields, plowing perfectly …

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Family History, Inscribed on Easter Eggs

Family History, Inscribed on Easter Eggs

“Well, the chicken sure as hell won’t recognize it now!” Baba says, wiping away my tears with the same cloth she uses to clean up the broken egg. “You’ll make more.” At the time, I don’t understand the full meaning of her words. It’s evening and we don’t make any more eggs that day. My egg is gone. But over …

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