Guide to the Nests and Eggs of British Nesting Birds - With Detailed Descriptions of Nests, Eggs, and Where to Look for Them: Charles A. Hall
This book is a compilation of beneficial information on trying to conceive with fertility treatments, specifically in-vitro fertilization, and will guide you step-by-step on a journey through: The things to consider and the tests to do before deciding that you need fertility treatments What you should expect at your initial fertility consultation Tips on how to choose the clinic that´s right for you The stages of a standard IVF, frozen, and natural cycle Suggested activities during your two-week wait Additional genetic tests to consider after repeated implantation failures or miscarriages Finding an IVF support group where you will feel comfortable as well as explanations of the many abbreviations used within them Notes on alternative treatments to support IVF, such as acupuncture and fertility massage Advice on how to keep it together when the hormonal medication is trying to drag you down Fertility-friendly recipes and a collection of 125 valuable tips on everything from administering shots, to maintaining your relationship, nutrition, and much more - lovingly put together by another IVF veteran, Rachel Campbell of Sprout & Co. Bianca Smith has undergone eight IVF embryo transfers using her own and donor eggs. Amongst other supporting procedures, she has had a hysteroscopy, laparoscopy, intralipid infusions, endo scratch, EmbryoGlue, assisted hatching, and Embryoscope, all of which she describes in detail, including what they are, who should have them, and what they involve. All the information in this IVF guide is based on Bianca´s personal experience, research, and interviews with other women who have been through fertility treatments. It is does not claim to have any medical endorsement, but is written in a casual, ´´girlfriend-to-girlfriend´´ manner, and will be a great pocket companion throughout your IVF 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kiran Rathod. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/087024/bk_acx0_087024_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
These days, it is very important that you do everything you can to save money, and to make sure that you have something to eat, in case calamities or unprecedented events occur. It is also important that you have some food that will see you through your everyday life. Canned or preserved food is essential in every household because it is easy to make and very delicious, too. This audiobook, Canning and Preserving: A Simple Food in a Jar Home Preserving Guide for All Seasons: Bonus: Food Storage Tips for Meat, Dairy and Eggs is filled with fresh and new ways to preserve nature´s bounty throughout the year. Organized by season and type of foods , it offers detailed instructions and recipes for making canned, pickled, dried, and frozen foods, as well as bonus recipes for meat, dairy and eggs. Basic information on canning techniques for beginners is also included. Listen to Canning and Preserving: A Simple Food in a Jar Home Preserving Guide for All Seasons today! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Caroline Miller. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/015752/bk_acx0_015752_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Call of the Whippoorwill takes a detailed look at the Eastern Whippoorwill. In this book, you will learn all about the bird, its habitat, ecology, feeding and mating habits, egg incubation, care of its young, and possible explanations behind the decreasing numbers of the species in the eastern United States. The book also explores the prominence of the whippoorwill in legends and popular culture. This book is dedicated to the memory of my big brother, Duane Clem, who told me all about the whippoorwill when we were kids, and sparked my longstanding interest in the bird. A portion of the revenue generated from the sale of this book will be donated in Duane´s memory to Second Nature Wildlife Rehabilitation near Thompsonville, Illinois, for which Duane participated in numerous fundraising efforts. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Clem. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/070572/bk_acx0_070572_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Keeping Chickens for Beginners is for anyone wanting to keep his or her own chickens, whether for eggs, meat, or exhibiting. Keeping chickens can seem very overwhelming at first, and this audiobook provides a clear step-by-step guide walking you through everything from selecting the right breed for your needs to looking after your chickens to breeding them. Everything you need to know to successfully keep chickens and enjoy fresh eggs or meat is in this detailed audiobook. Whether you have bought chickens already or are considering it, you will learn exactly what you need to do as well as the correct equipment for keeping healthy chickens. In Keeping Chickens for Beginners, you will discover: Choosing a coop: get the right coop and run, learn the major expenses in chicken keeping, and ensure your chickens are healthy and protected.Choosing a breed: Learn exactly what to look for in a breed as well as the pros and cons of various breeds, including the best egg layers and meat chickens.Feeding and watering: Discover the best foods for your chickens and what you should never feed them, as well as their water requirements.Caring for chickens: It´s a big commitment, so learn everything you need to know to care for your hens, from routine jobs to protecting them to seasonal precautions and more.Cleaning the coop: a vital job that has to be done properly, so you will learn the best way to clean the coop to kill pests and prevent infection.Pests, disease, and predators: Find out the risks to your chickens and exactly what you can do to minimize these dangers.Raising chickens for meat: not for everyone, but you will find out exactly how to raise a chicken for the table, including killing, plucking, and butchering the bird.Breeding chickens: how to successfully breed chickens to add to your flock, to sell, or for the table.Hatching eggs: everything 1. Language: English. Narrator: A. W. Miller. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/142040/bk_acx0_142040_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
For nearly two million years, humans and our hominid ancestors were eating in the hunter/gatherer style of foraging for a wide variety of healthy fruits and vegetables and then hunting and scavenging for large game. However, about 9,000 years ago, humans started eating in a manner contrary to their design, while living increasingly sedentary lives. In Zero to Paleo: A Beginners´ Guide to Living the All-Natural and Gluten Free Lifestyle of Our Ancestors, Joseph SB Morse shows how we can achieve ultimate health by emulating our ancestors´ hunter/gatherer lifestyle. You´re about to embark on an insightful, and often humorous journey to discover how humans evolved to eat, what cultureless humans would eat, and how we can use that knowledge with today´s technology and wealth to develop the ideal diet. Included in this edition is a detailed section on the most common food allergies and intolerances: Dairy, egg, peanut, seafood, shellfish, soy, tree nut, and wheat (including celiac). The benefits of Zero to Paleo are immediate and include attaining an ideal weight, achieving balanced energy throughout the day, better sleep, and alleviation of symptoms from food intolerances and allergies. If you´ve been asking yourself what and how we were designed to eat, Morse´s Zero to Paleo is the answer. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Adam Lofbomm. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/016163/bk_acx0_016163_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The next best thing to having Mark Bittman in the kitchen with you Mark Bittman´s highly acclaimed, bestselling book How to Cook Everything is an indispensable guide for any modern cook. With How to Cook Everything The Basics he reveals how truly easy it is to learn fundamental techniques and recipes. From dicing vegetables and roasting meat, to cooking building-block meals that include salads, soups, poultry, meats, fish, sides, and desserts, Bittman explains what every home cook, particularly novices, should know. 1,000 beautiful and instructive photographs throughout the book reveal key preparation details that make every dish inviting and accessible. With clear and straightforward directions, Bittman´s practical tips and variation ideas, and visual cues that accompany each of the 185 recipes, cooking with How to Cook Everything The Basics is like having Bittman in the kitchen with you. This is the essential teaching cookbook, with 1,000 photos illustrating every technique and recipe; the result is a comprehensive reference that´s both visually stunning and utterly practical. Special Basics features scattered throughout simplify broad subjects with sections like ´´Think of Vegetables in Groups,´´ ´´How to Cook Any Grain,´´ and ´´5 Rules for Buying and Storing Seafood.´´ 600 demonstration photos each build on a step from the recipe to teach a core lesson, like ´´Cracking an Egg,´´ ´´Using Pasta Water,´´ ´´Recognizing Doneness,´´ and ´´Crimping the Pie Shut.´´ Detailed notes appear in blue type near selected images. Here Mark highlights what to look for during a particular step and offers handy advice and other helpful asides. Tips and variations let cooks hone their skills and be creative.
Modern beer has little in common with the drink that carried that name through the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Looking at a time when beer was often a nutritional necessity, was sometimes used as medicine, could be flavored with everything from the bark of fir trees to thyme and fresh eggs, and was consumed by men, women, and children alike, Beer in the Middle Ages and Renaissance presents an extraordinarily detailed history of the business, art, and governance of brewing. During the medieval and early modern periods beer was as much a daily necessity as a source of inebriation and amusement. It was the beverage of choice of urban populations that lacked access to secure sources of potable water; a commodity of economic as well as social importance; a safe drink for daily consumption that was less expensive than wine; and a major source of tax revenue for the state. In Beer in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Richard W. Unger has written an encompassing study of beer as both a product and an economic force in Europe. Weaving together the stories of prosperous businessmen, skilled brewmasters, and small producers, this impressively researched overview of the social and cultural practices that surrounded the beer industry is rich in implication for the history of the period as both a product and an economic force in Europe. The book is published by University of Pennsylvania Press. 1. Language: English. Narrator: John Pruden. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/redw/000064/bk_redw_000064_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.