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For every cup of strained yogurt that’s produced in our country, two cups of whey are created as a byproduct. Whey can be a problem for the environment if it enters into the waste stream. It’s naturally acidic, and it can damage surrounding ecosystems by disrupting the pH of groundwater, resulting in lower crop yields, depleting oxygen levels in waterways and negatively impacting aquatic life.

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What is it: Rolling balls across the lawn to see who can place their balls closest to a target ball.

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For beverages, incorporate festive colors by serving red and blue drinks like vodka cranberry cocktails, strawberry margaritas or the famous B…

Steep Mountain features over 115 choices of tea. Some of the selections are unique blends created in the Tea House blending kitchen, while other options are straight out of tea plantations found worldwide.

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Cinnamon is especially popular when the weather gets cooler and people turn to warm beverages. Use some cinnamon in your hot cocoa or coffee, or make your own spiced cider and serve with a cinnamon stick stirrer. Put a twist on your favorite cocktail or martini by adding in some cinnamon or a cinnamon-infused liquor or whiskey.

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Pale lagers, like the American Lager, are light and refreshing. The highly carbonated and crisp beverage pairs well with spicy foods like Buffalo hot wings and noodle-based dishes like Vietnamese pho. According to Price, light lagers also go well with bitter foods like asparagus because they take away some of its astringency — try it with this prosciutto wrapped asparagus.

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6. Enjoy warm beverages and foods, and use the oven and stove to cook them. Since foods higher in fat and protein are metabolized slowly by the body, those could make you feel warmer, Smith said. "Consider hearty soups with beans and meat." Slow cooking meals can help generate heat throughout the day.

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“A daytime NYE party should still feel special and festive,” says Greg Lofts, deputy food editor for Martha Stewart Living. “For beverages, bubbles are a must, even if alcohol is not, to set a celebratory mood. Make a mocktail as the featured drink."

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Alcoholic beverages can induce restlessness and awakenings throughout the night — potentially helping you remember nightmares, Martin said.

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