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  1. I buy Aidan bully sticks (odor free, USA) from www.bestbullysticks.com . For a puppy, I'd try the thin or standard thickness, 12" bully sticks. When the sticks get small enough to worry about the dog swallowing the remainder and possibly choking on it, I take it away. I store bully sticks in the freezer, and I buy them in bulk because they are the only thing my dog will chew. It is okay to give the frozen ones to a dog. I buy odor-free because the last batch I bought on sale at Amazon smelled so strongly that it was awful to be in the same room with the dog while he chewed one. During
  2. Yes, I refrigerate opened wine. I store it upright. Sometimes I put it in smaller containers so it will be as close to vacuum-packed as possible. I always re-cork it. I use it for cooking only, and I usually plan to use it within a week to 10 days. "Refrigerate It It’s amazing how often people will keep leftover wine on the counter after they’ve recorked it. You wouldn’t do that with food, so don’t with wine. The cool temp can’t stop exposed wine from breaking down, but it can slow the process significantly. " http://www.winemag.com/2015/05/15/5-tips-for-storing-opened-wine
  3. http://www.amazon.com/Marcato-Atlas-Wellness-Pasta-Stainless/dp/B0009U5OSO/ref=sr_1_4?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1446988204&sr=1-4&keywords=pasta+maker I own this, but I haven't had time to use it. Just wanted you to know that it is a highly rated one.
  4. What stops me from canning my dried beans is that the process time is 90 minutes for a quart, 75 minutes for a pint. I fully understand the great desire to do so. I am hoping that I do not succumb to it because it is so time-consuming.
  5. Wondering how you are doing today on your search for a place to land.

  6. Sending good thoughts & wishes your way.

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