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Welsh Poppy Seeds – Meconopsis Cambrica

11/25/2010 Comments off
 
Welsh poppy-Meconopsis cambrica

Welsh poppy-Meconopsis cambrica

Meconopsis Cambrica – Welsh Poppy Seeds

 A beautiful species of Meconopsis hailing from Great Britain, the Welsh Poppy is a fantastic addition to anyone’s garden. Offering a unique and distinct flower and leaf, Meconopsis Cambrica is perfect for anyone wanting to create a woodland garden which shines with natural glory. And with gorgeous yellow flowers and a fine and fern-like foliage, the Welsh poppy is ideal.

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Cornmeal, Parmesan, and Poppy Seed Crackers

11/10/2010 Comments off

Cornmeal, Parmesan, and Poppy Seed Crackers

You won’t believe how easy it is to make your own crackers and you’ll feel great knowing that you can pronounce all of the ingredients. Crunchy cornmeal combined with the umami savoriness of Parmesan makes these true crowd pleasers. They’re neutral enough to pair well with cheese, but flavorful enough to stand alone. The dough is sturdy and easy to work with. Feel free to experiment by adding spices, herbs, or different types of cheese. Read more…

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Poppy Seeds Are Nutritional

11/01/2010 Comments off

Poppy Seeds

Poppy seeds are a tasty little spice with health benefits that are often overlooked. They contain calcium and carbohydrates, which makes them a good source of energy, and linoleic acid (an essential fatty acid), which helps to prevent heart disease. Poppy seeds can be added to salad dressings, breads, cakes, or any other baked goods, to enhance their nutritional value. Next time you are baking consider mixing in some poppy seeds to spice it up!
Source: http://vareikafitness.wordpress.com/2009/08/09/poppy-seeds/