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Check bornskincare's Instagram BLACK FRIDAY SALE! Use promo code blackfriday17 and become a #bornbeliever!  1655294928925064078_266315155

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Check bornskincare's Instagram We are thankful for all of our supporters, family and friends! What are you thankful for?  1654515667129845510_266315155

We are thankful for all of our supporters, family and friends! What are you thankful for?

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Check sicantik_shaklee's Instagram Berikan kesihatan menyeluruh Dan kecantikkan kulit dengan Vivix 
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Berikan kesihatan menyeluruh Dan kecantikkan kulit dengan Vivix #resveratrol #polyphenols #awetmuda #skin #shakleedistributor #paka #meletop #muscadines #purplecarrot

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Check alcohollery's Instagram Tractor delivered brandy bottles. 2016 pink lady Apple Brandy bourbon barrel rested for 6 months will be released Dec 2017. Stay tuned for more. 
#craft #alcohollery #spirits #singlesugarspirits #farmmade #muscadines #holman #distillery #booze #slowdistilled #madeinNC #smooth #brandy #smooth #alcohol #reality #spur #spurvodka  #craftdistilling #craftdistillery #drinklocal #GottobeNC #yadkinvalley #craft #drinking #mountains #apples #pinklady 1650233399162752472_1908809285

Tractor delivered brandy bottles. 2016 pink lady Apple Brandy bourbon barrel rested for 6 months will be released Dec 2017. Stay tuned for more. #craft #alcohollery #spirits #singlesugarspirits #farmmade #muscadines #holman #distillery #booze #slowdistilled #madeinnc #smooth #brandy #smooth #alcohol #reality #spur #spurvodka #craftdistilling #craftdistillery #drinklocal #gottobenc #yadkinvalley #craft #drinking #mountains #apples #pinklady

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Check bornskincare's Instagram Are you a believer?  Tag us! #bornbeliever 1649700187512567043_266315155

Are you a believer? Tag us! #bornbeliever

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Check newgroovejosh's Instagram When saisons fight back. An army of fruit flies are hunting me. #brewerslife #muscadines #transferproblems #beerislife 1649685480864114521_1380401869

When saisons fight back. An army of fruit flies are hunting me. #brewerslife #muscadines #transferproblems #beerislife

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Check humblehermit's Instagram #muscadines growing on the #tennesseeriver Uncle had an old family milk churn that ended up making more wine than milk when all was said and done. 1647577302231917944_45960215

#muscadines growing on the #tennesseeriverUncle had an old family milk churn that ended up making more wine than milk when all was said and done.

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Check bornskincare's Instagram Don’t you wish you could try one of each? Oh wait...you can! Buy a 4 pack of any Source products @ bornskincare.com.  #bornbeliever 1647544751531478416_266315155

Don’t you wish you could try one of each? Oh wait...you can! Buy a 4 pack of any Source products @ bornskincare.com. #bornbeliever

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Check aveapothecary's Instagram Our Story Part 2: When we moved to Colorado, I didn’t have the outlet of gardening that I once had. While our apartment is filled with plants and Earth love, we do not have a garden to tend. So I naturally needed an outlet to express my love for the Earth and all the beauty and healing energy she has to offer. I began making my own skin serums just for the pleasure of play and experiment, the joy of being in touch with the Earth and exploring her in a new way. ✨✨✨
Out of that has grown my business, Ave Apothecary. Initially just offering moisturizing serums, I have expanded to include other offerings for meditation and space clearing. However, everything that I offer is grounded in working in harmony with nature to provide products that harness Mother Earth’s energy and power to bring healing, peace, and joy to others. ✨✨✨ 1646649375671416688_5578832945

Our Story Part 2: When we moved to Colorado, I didn’t have the outlet of gardening that I once had. While our apartment is filled with plants and Earth love, we do not have a garden to tend. So I naturally needed an outlet to express my love for the Earth and all the beauty and healing energy she has to offer. I began making my own skin serums just for the pleasure of play and experiment, the joy of being in touch with the Earth and exploring her in a new way. ✨✨✨ Out of that has grown my business, Ave Apothecary. Initially just offering moisturizing serums, I have expanded to include other offerings for meditation and space clearing. However, everything that I offer is grounded in working in harmony with nature to provide products that harness Mother Earth’s energy and power to bring healing, peace, and joy to others. ✨✨✨

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Check aveapothecary's Instagram As a child, I lived in the city, but we often spent time out in the country visiting my grandparents. That is where my love for nature and gardening began. My Granny and PawPaw lived off the land as much as they could. Granny would go hiking and gather blackberries for her preserves, grew peaches in the backyard, and cultivated muscadine vines (the only grapes indigenous to North America and beloved by Southerners). My PawPaw tilled the soil and planted green beans, okra, corn, and the most delicious tomatoes you ever tasted. They sometimes had chickens and pigs as well… and the catfish were well stocked in their pond for evenings of deep-fried catfish and hushpuppies that my PawPaw would carefully and lovingly cook in the deep fryer in the basement.
And then there were the flowers…. Granny just knew how to grow them. Most of them she propagated and cultivated herself because there wasn't the money to hire a landscape designer nor would it have ever occurred to her to hand that lovely task over to someone else. The front yard was always well kept and full of blooming azalea and dogwood in the spring, irises and red-hot-pokers in the summer.
I didn’t know what riches I had until, as a college student, I had my first tastes of store-bought jellies and vegetables. In that contrast is where my love for gardening and cooking grew in me. In the two homes I’ve had, I’ve tried to bring that care for the land that my grandparents taught me to my home. My most recent home was nothing but weeds and a dead tree when my soon-to-be husband and I bought it. We lovingly created a garden reflecting both native Southern plants as well as ones that are loved by Southerners, such as azalea. We build the pond and flagstone patio where we would have our wedding that was filled with so much love and joy and celebration.
Check out the rest of our story on the "about us" page of our site: link in bio.  1646645485060168689_5578832945

As a child, I lived in the city, but we often spent time out in the country visiting my grandparents. That is where my love for nature and gardening began. My Granny and PawPaw lived off the land as much as they could. Granny would go hiking and gather blackberries for her preserves, grew peaches in the backyard, and cultivated muscadine vines (the only grapes indigenous to North America and beloved by Southerners). My PawPaw tilled the soil and planted green beans, okra, corn, and the most delicious tomatoes you ever tasted. They sometimes had chickens and pigs as well… and the catfish were well stocked in their pond for evenings of deep-fried catfish and hushpuppies that my PawPaw would carefully and lovingly cook in the deep fryer in the basement. And then there were the flowers…. Granny just knew how to grow them. Most of them she propagated and cultivated herself because there wasn't the money to hire a landscape designer nor would it have ever occurred to her to hand that lovely task over to someone else. The front yard was always well kept and full of blooming azalea and dogwood in the spring, irises and red-hot-pokers in the summer. I didn’t know what riches I had until, as a college student, I had my first tastes of store-bought jellies and vegetables. In that contrast is where my love for gardening and cooking grew in me. In the two homes I’ve had, I’ve tried to bring that care for the land that my grandparents taught me to my home. My most recent home was nothing but weeds and a dead tree when my soon-to-be husband and I bought it. We lovingly created a garden reflecting both native Southern plants as well as ones that are loved by Southerners, such as azalea. We build the pond and flagstone patio where we would have our wedding that was filled with so much love and joy and celebration. Check out the rest of our story on the "about us" page of our site: link in bio.

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Check ke11y_bo_be11y's Instagram Getting a little end-of-season canning done. Twenty jars of muscadine jelly and 14 jars of peach jam!  I’m tired!  @rjalves_nc @ballcanning #canning #ballcanning #homemadefood #muscadinejelly #muscadines #homemadejelly #peachjam 1646600846811908073_2268909885

Getting a little end-of-season canning done. Twenty jars of muscadine jelly and 14 jars of peach jam! I’m tired! @rjalves_nc @ballcanning #canning #ballcanning #homemadefood #muscadinejelly #muscadines #homemadejelly #peachjam

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Check msbellee's Instagram Some of the best #muscadines I’ve had this year are these late season #grapes from the farmers market today. #clt #charlottenc #farmersmarket #supportlocalfood #eatlocal #eatlocalfood 1645965334819578096_421146827

Some of the best #muscadines I’ve had this year are these late season #grapesfrom the farmers market today. #clt #charlottenc #farmersmarket #supportlocalfood #eatlocal #eatlocalfood

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