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Low-carb baking is definitely a challenge when you first switch-over from traditional baking methods. I know I've had my share of failed baked goods throughout the process of switching over.‍♀️ So I'd like to help you guys make a few less mistakes then I did! I'm going to try to share some helpful posts here and on my blog (see my blog for "The Ultimate Keto Baking Guide" with a grocery list of all ingredients you'll ever need to start baking low-carb!). Let me know if you enjoy these...

Low-carb baking is definitely a challenge when you first switch-over from traditional baking methods. I know I've had my share of failed baked goods throughout the process of switching over.‍♀️ So I'd like to help you guys make a few less mistakes then I did! I'm going to try to share some helpful posts here and on my blog (see my blog for "The Ultimate Keto Baking Guide" with a grocery list of all ingredients you'll ever need to start baking low-carb!). Let me know if you enjoy these...

Juxtapoz Magazine - New Ceramic Work By Sergei Isupov

ceramic sculpture: Sergei Isupov (b. is a ceramic artist born in Stavrapole, Russia. Isupov studied art at universities in Kiev and Estonia before emigrating to the United States in He now lives and works in Cummington, Massachusetts.

Handmade pottery bowls crafted from real leaves picked from the trees in Bristol, Tennessee. Each leaf is hand cut and pieced together to form a beautiful bowl. The glaze is food safe so dont hesitate to shock your friends with a unique serving dish that they wont be able to get out of their head. We use oak, maple, and dogwood leaves along with dogwood blooms. The bowls vary in sizes from small, medium, large, and miracle size. They vary in shapes from your traditional circle to square and…

Handmade pottery bowls crafted from real leaves picked from the trees in Bristol, Tennessee. Each leaf is hand cut and pieced together to form a beautiful bowl. The glaze is food safe so dont hesitate to shock your friends with a unique serving dish that they wont be able to get out of their head. We use oak, maple, and dogwood leaves along with dogwood blooms. The bowls vary in sizes from small, medium, large, and miracle size. They vary in shapes from your traditional circle to square and…