Chris and Sara Guerre are among a growing number of farmers who have made the choice to rent land to farm instead of buy because of increasing property values. Zac Visco for NPR hide caption

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Here's How Young Farmers Looking For Land Are Getting Creative

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Judge Michael Zusman's bialys are topped with roasted onions, poppy seeds and coarse salt. Daniel Zwerdling/NPR hide caption

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A Judge's Cookbook Reveals The Secrets Of Bialys And Bagels

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Each bottle of Champagne contains around 50 million bubbles. But will any of them accelerate the inebriation process? Victor Bezrukov/Flickr.com hide caption

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Studies suggest cinnamon can help control blood sugar, but if you want to incorporate more of this spice in your diet, consider using the Ceylon variety. iStockphoto hide caption

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Cinnamon Can Help Lower Blood Sugar, But One Variety May Be Best

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Taking The Snobbery Out Of Studying Wine

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Giving Hoppin' John An Indian Twist, Just For Luck

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Ripening fruit in a grove in Plant City, Fla., this month. Florida citrus growers are worried about citrus greening, which causes bacteria to grow on the leaf and fruit, eventually killing the tree. Chris O'Meara/AP hide caption

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Time Is Running Out To Save Florida's Oranges

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A Humane Society investigation of a Wyoming pig breeding facility to the introduction of an ag-gag bill in Wyoming, which eventually failed. Courtesy of Humane Society of the U.S. hide caption

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J.R. Ewing And A Found Recipe For Poppy Seed Cookies

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Protesters demonstrate at a McDonald's in New York on Dec. 5. Protesters staged events in cities nationwide, demanding a pay raise to $15 per hour for fast-food workers and the right for them to unionize. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Struggling Food Banks Find New Ways To Fight Hunger

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