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RedHeadedGirl’s Historical Kitchen: Baby It’s Hot Outside

This has been a full month for me, so I thought I’d give you all a couple of examples for historical drinks that are good for hot weather, so when you’re on the beach with your beach reads, or sitting on the porch with your porch reads, you have some solid options to choose from. Throughout a lot of history, drinking water hasn’t always been that safe to drink straight, and it’s often
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