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Answered: Where can I find Pimp Juice snow cone syrup?

You're welcome! I'm into tea so I'm thinking of ordering some of that from her. I love you too, Girlfriend! You are one of the people who make Yedda fun!

Answered: Who created marshmallows

Real marshmallow goes back to ancient Egypt and was originally created as a medicinal substance made from a plant. The Egyptians discovered it also made a nice sweet. Modern marshmallows are nothing more than sugar and corn syrup and flavorings and contain no real marshmallow at all.

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During winter season some parts of California are covered with snow. Lake Tahoe area get the most.

Answered: Are pine cone seeds edible?

Some are edible, and pretty tasty, too. Pinon pines grow in the Southwest U S & have large seeds in their cones which were, and still are, gathered by the Native American people who live there. Other residents of the area gather and eat them also. I've tried them several times, and like them. The ...
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How good is a chain-driven snow blower?

As opposed to this, they're pretty good Chain drive is often a sign of a strong, quality snow-blower. However, other factors, like engine size and single or dual stage can determine whether it will meet your needs. Here's a link to the buyer's guide I used to buy mine last year. Click here

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Hi Deano, I can relate to the frustration you might be having to see all that snow pile up asking you to work on them again and again. For larger area I would suggest using plough that can be attached to vehicles. If you are working on that manually then I guess it will be too much of effort for ...

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Snow Tires damage the tarmac, not the snow chains. Your chains will be fine. The roads themselves actually suffer when there isn't snow on the ground but its practically inevitable. In California we have a set time period we can drive with chains on, the period that it would typically snow, allowing ...