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15 Plants That Forgot They’re Plants…

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15 Plants That Forgot They’re Plants…

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15 Funny-Shaped Fruits And Vegetables That Forgot How To Be Plants - LolSnaps

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The Top 10 of Anything and Everything - Books, Videos, Gifts

Do you enjoy the "Top 10 of Everything" books and TV series? Then you will love this blog that looks at even more top 10 fun things like gift ideas and animals!

Adorable Baby Shower Fruit Bowl Carved from a Watermelon

::: Wordless Wednesdays :: Collection #2 :::

Welcome Pinterest Fanatics, It's Wordless Wednesday, time to see what's trending on Pinterest this week. Simply click "Pin it" below any of these pins you would like to add to your Boards. I just had to include that Rad 80's Jacket, come on... you know you had that one too ;)

DIY: Cereal Tea Bags, For When All You Want Is The Milk At The Bottom

DIY: Cereal Tea Bags, For When All You Want Is The Milk At The Bottom | OhGizmo!

Admit it: you only eat cereal so you can get to the bottom of the ... Read more DIY: Cereal Tea Bags, For When All You Want Is The Milk At The Bottom

Too Stinkin' Cute: Grape Caterpillars! Great VBS snack idea.
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Grape Caterpillars!

Ok, these are just too cute not to try! Grape Caterpillar Skewers Supplies Grapes Bamboo Skewers White Frosting Mini C...

Health Benefits Of Tamarind I love these things...my mom ate then all the time when she lived in Mexico and has passed the love down... :)

Health Benefits of Tamarind or Imli

The sweet and sour tamarind, known as Imli in India, not only has culinary uses it also provides several health benefits as well. Learn more about these health benefits of tamarind by reading on...

Salak Salak, or snake fruit, as they are also called, are native to Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei. The small individual fruits are covered in a scaly skin that looks disturbingly similar to a snake. Once peeled, the inner lobes are sweet and acidic and their texture is similar to an apple.

Uncommon Fruits and Veggies

Expand your health horizon with these cool fruits and vegetables you may not have heard of before.

75 Awesome Watermelon Carvings

75 Awesome Watermelon Carvings

Happy National Watermelon Day! Here are 75 awesome watermelon carvings that will blow your mind.

Maybe it’s their gooeyness or their unsettling curvature, but these sculptures carved from ripe bananas by Japanese artist y_yamaden are wonderfully creepy.

Wonderfully Creepy Sculptures Carved From Bananas

Maybe it's their gooeyness or their unsettling curvature, but these sculptures carved from ripe bananas by Japanese artist y_yamaden are wonderfully

Kiwano Melon - The “steadfastly inedible” spiky kiwano melon is a beloved fruit in many cultures; it’s often called a “Cuke-asaurus”. Bearing resemblance to an excessively goopy bowl of cucumber seeds, this gelatinous fruit tastes like sweet cucumber, with a slight tart aftertaste.

10 Deliciously Exotic Plants, Fruits and Vegetables - WebEcoist

From the Horny Melon to the fractal cousin of broccoli to the Buddha's Hand to the Delicious Monster, there are hundreds of fascinatingly odd (and tasty) exotic fruits and vegetables eaten the world over. Here are a few favorites to try.

Make these funky turkeys for table party favors, and the kids' table will be the most popular seat at your next Thanksgiving get-together.

Recipes

Easy, quick-to-fix recipes designed to give you more time with family instead of fussing around in the kitchen.

Have You Ever Seen This Fruit Before – Pandanus Tectorius » The Homestead Survival

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