Gigantic communal spiderwebs engulf streets in Dallas

August 11, 2015 by  
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If you suffer from a touch of the arachnophobia, avoid Dallas, Texas at all costs. The neighborhood of Lakeside Park has become home to a canopy of spiderwebs that cover the trees, spanning forty feet in the air and as long as a football field. And these webs aren’t abandoned – they are packed full of thousands of spiders working together to catch their prey. Read the rest of Gigantic communal spiderwebs engulf streets in Dallas

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HOW TO: Whip Up Tasty Vegan Lemon Lentil Dip Packed Full of Protein and Vitamins

August 3, 2014 by  
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Do you love healthy vegan dips but want an alternative to boring old hummus? Look no further than this recipe for a high-protein lemony lentil dip! Perfect for spreading on everything from sandwiches to vegetables, this yummy lentil dip is packed full of vitamins and fresh flavors. Click through to read the recipe for this easy and versatile spread. READ MORE> Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: healthy vegan dip , high-protein dip , hummus alternative , lemon lentil dip , lentil dip , lentil spread , lentils , vegan dip recipe , Vegan Recipe , vegan spread recipe

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Experimental Recipes with Azolla, Super Plant (and Future Space Food?)

July 16, 2010 by  
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Photo: Erik Sjödin If you’ve heard about duckweed (the pollution-cleaning, climate change-fighting super food) then maybe you’ve also heard of azolla, a family of seven species of edible water-dwelling ferns that grows lightning-fast and is packed full of nutrients. Scientists are now studying azolla’s potential in space agriculture as a super food crop for Mars habitation.

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