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More People Eating Christmas Trees

 A while back, there was a book about how you can EAT your Christmas tree, and the trend may be picking up steam. New reports say that "growing numbers of households [are] eating parts before throwing them out." A baker in the U.K. wrote a book called, "How to Eat Your Christmas Tree." The needles can be used like rosemary or bay leaves, and are a good source of vitamin C. They can also be crushed to flavor gin or vinegar. And the wood can be burned to make pine ash, which can be used as flavoring, as fertilizer in gardens, and for cleaning the kitchen. 

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