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Homemade sausage in a ham maker: Amateur, Doctor's, boiled

The recipes for making sausages in a ham maker are simple. The convenience of the device allows even inexperienced cooks to make delicious homemade meat products. Advantages of cooking sausage in a ham maker Sausage has long been cooked at home, using natural intestines, and nowadays, artificial casing or plastic bags.
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Clematis Purpurea Plena Elegans (Purpurea Plena Elegans)

Of course, for experienced flower growers or venerable plant collectors, the Clematis Purpurea Plena Elegance variety will not be a discovery, it is too widespread and popular. But on the other hand, beginners in floriculture will not be able to resist admiration for a truly worthy variety of clematis, which simultaneously combines unpretentiousness with the beauty and abundance of flowering.
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Bearish saw-leaf (Lentinellus bearish): photo and description

Bear sawnose is an inedible mushroom of the Auriscalp family, genus Lentinellus. Difficult to recognize, it is impossible to distinguish it from some similar species without a microscope. Another name is Lentinellus bearish. What a bear sawleaf looks like Fruit bodies are shell-shaped caps without legs.
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Growing onions in sawdust at home

Each housewife has her own way of growing green onions at home. Someone is used to putting the bulbs in containers with water, others plant it in containers with soil. True, this does not always look aesthetically pleasing. Therefore, many housewives began to grow onions in ordinary sawdust. This allows you to keep the kitchen and windowsill clean and grow a good harvest of greenery.
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Cuttings of calibrachoa in autumn and spring

Calibrachoa is a semi-shrub herb, which until 1993 was considered a species of petunia, then the culture was identified as a separate genus. In ornamental gardening, ampelous varieties are often used for vertical gardening, and the culture is also grown as a ground cover plant.
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