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Nuts

If you love almonds as much as we do, thank bumblebees! Almonds can’t grow on their own. They need bees to help them pollinate. #almonds #nuts #food #chocolate #foodie #vegan #delicious #healthyfood #foodporn #homemade #walnuts #breakfast #instafood #fitness #foodphotography #yummy #healthy #love #christmas #coconut #protein #tea #healthylifestyle #mandorle #snack #family #peanuts #honey #madewithlove #bhfyp

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Olives

When stored properly, cured olives can last for six months or longer. Salting is one of the oldest methods of preserving food. It also makes olives taste great with salt-cured meats like charcuterie. Storing salt-cured olives in the refrigerator is typical for varieties purchased from the olive bar at gourmet grocery stores, but be sure to add some brine to your container before you leave the store if you want the olives to last several months. Unrefrigerated, olives can also last up to six months, provided they are completely submerged in their brine, in a covered container, and kept out of direct sunlight.

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Honey

BEES SURVIVE ON HONEY IN THE WINTER. Bees work hard all summer to ensure they’ll have enough honey to sustain the hive through the winter. During the colder months, bees occupy their time by clustering themselves around the queen and shivering their bodies to fill the hive with warmth. All that shivering burns a lot of calories, so honey makes for the perfect high-energy diet.   #honey #love #bee #tea #food #instagram #follow #dog #honeycomb #instagood #sweet #beekeeping #art #like #photography #christmas #nature #cute #honeyfood #bees #beautiful #organic #insta #fashion #l #honeybee #beauty #winter #photooftheday #bhfyp

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TEA

  BUT IT WASN’T A BRITISH STAPLE UNTIL THE 19TH CENTURY.We may associate afternoon tea with the British, but tea hasn’t had that long of a history in the UK. Tea became fashionable to drink among English aristocrats in the 17th century, but it was relatively expensive and subject to government taxes. During the 18th century, tea smugglers brought supplies of tea into the country without paying any duties, selling it for cheaper prices. In 1785, tea taxes were lowered to stamp out smuggling, and tea became affordable. In the 1800s, the temperance movement began encouraging working class Britons to sip tea rather than liquor, and the first tea shops opened up. By the late 1800s, tea was popular across...

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Cheese

  Lactose-intolerant people can eat cheese.If you’re lactose intolerant, you don’t have to say goodbye to cheese forever! Just pick the right kinds. Aged cheeses have less lactose than fresh and usually can be enjoyed without discomfort. Think cheeses like Brie, Camembert, cheddar, Gouda, Muenster, Parmesan, provolone and Swiss. Not too shabby a cheese plate! (Did you know cheesy foods can also be light?)

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