Random Grocery Post

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Have you ever wondered what $46 at the grocery store will get you in Rincon Puerto Rico? I went in the grocery store for a few things today, and this is what I walked out with. This is what $46 gets you at the Econo grocery store in Puerto Rico. Cheerios 1 Dozen eggs Loaf of bread Onions

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Good Places to Eat in Rincon, Puerto Rico

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Okay, I admit it, I'm a bit picky when it comes to eating. It's not that I'm afraid to try new foods, or anything like that, I just like to eat healthy, fresh food. Maybe it's because I was raised by crazy hippies, but I'm just not a fan of most fast food or fried things. So, finding

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Home Made Whole Wheat Bread

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Summer and I have been on a domestic tare lately. We've been cooking dinner and having leftovers at the house at least 5 days/nights a week. To change up our new 'routine' we decided to do some baking (as you can see by our christmas cookies). I came up with the idea of making some home made bread

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Cucumber Recipes from Mom

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As you can see by Garden 2.0, Summer and I are working on our computers by night and planning/building a healthier lifestyle/diet with our renewed vigor towards gardening by day. With that, we are definitely going to try to grow cucumbers. I see them all over the grocery store year around, so they must do well here. Tell

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Hay Una Sandia!

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Stefan and I sort of gave up on the watermelon plants that Eddie planted for us 5 months ago. They sprouted and shriveled enough times that we gave up watering them and let them do their own thing (like get overgrown with weeds...). Lo and behold, a watermelon (sandia) has appeared! I wonder if it's because we have

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Soy Beans Are Easy to Grow

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The edamame (soy beans) that I planted are doing really well! Lots of pods are hanging off of the little bushes now and they are extremely low maintenance. Conclusion: Edamame (soy) beans are easy to grow in Puerto Rico! I am still patiently waiting for the heirloom tomatoes to give us some treats, but they seem healthy and

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