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Non-Alcoholic Beer

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Beer is one of the oldest beverages in the world. It was one of the main sources of water before water purification was made available. The presence of alcohol killed bacteria or inhibited its growth. In modern times though, there are many reasons why someone might want to enjoy a… Read more »

Gluten-Free Beer

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Beer is typically produced with wheat, barley and rye, all of which contain gluten. For those who live with Celiac Disease these are no-go ingredients than can cause major issue. Fortunately, for those with Celiac disease and enjoy a good beer, there are a number of gluten free beers that… Read more »

10 Places you can legally cross the U.S./Canada Border without going through Customs

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Before 9/11 crossing the U.S./Canada border wasn’t that big of a deal. You still needed to be be officially checked in but in a lot of places (like Beebe Plain, VT) residents could easily cross without too much hassle. Now crossing the border can be a complex process, unless you’re… Read more »

Massachusetts is South of Connecticut and other Geographical Oddities

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Looking a map of the United States reveals some quirky oddities. For example it is possible to drive north from Massachusetts into Connecticut. We’ve all heard of different oddities like the Lake of the Woods in Minnesota or that Canada is south of Detroit. Here’s a list of some other… Read more »

How to play Minecraft PE Worlds on Minecraft Java Edition

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Minecraft is the ultimate sandbox game and is available on multiple platforms including Pocket Edition (Minecraft PE). Minecraft PE allows players to play on the go where ever they are on their Android or iOS devices. This can lead a player to have different worlds on their mobile phone device… Read more »

How to play Minecraft PE Worlds on Minecraft Bedrock

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Minecraft is the ultimate sandbox game and is available on multiple platforms including Pocket Edition (Minecraft PE). Minecraft PE allows players to play on the go where ever they are on their Android or iOS devices. This can lead a player to have different worlds on their mobile phone device… Read more »

Easy Hikes

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Most people enjoy the outdoors and taking hikes in nature but sometimes you just want to take a leisurely walk and be bothered with long strenuous hikes. For some people who may not be in the greatest physical fitness health they want to get out but are not sure where… Read more »

Runway Markings

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Any pilot needs to understand the markings around an airport, particularly runway markings. It’s important to understand runway markings so that you can avoid sensitive areas and operate according to FAA regulations. Understanding runway markings is important no matter what type of aviator you are. Whether you are a passenger… Read more »

How to Reheat Steak Without Overcooking It

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By Gage Hanson             Warm, freshly-cooked steak is delicious. Cold, leftover steak not quite as much. However, there are a few methods of reheating steak that makes it almost as good as the original. These methods are all relatively quick and easy so you can enjoy your steak without too… Read more »

How Do You Make Holy Water?

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Water is made holy when it is blessed by a priest. After it is blessed, it becomes “Holy Water”. Water and the Bible Water has been important throughout Bible times.  The first book of the Bible, Genesis, speaks of water in the very second verse, “and the earth was without… Read more »