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Index Explanation of Yoors
Especially for new members here are two short guides: How to get started as a new Yoorsmember? - Read more Yoors Short Guide - Read more And for every yoorsmember here's an index, how to use several possibilities. Just in case you would need it. This list will grow in the (near) future, so I suggest you to bookmark this and come check now and then. Or click #yoorshelpENIn alphabetical order, by the title of a manual: Add Yoorpost to a comment on Yoors - Read more Blog editor for blog layout - Read more Bookmark posts directly on Yoors - Read more Buttons in a blogpost - Read more Challenges at Yoors, how does it work? - Read more Change or undo pool (explanation with videos in NL and ENG). - Read more Color in your blog article (explanation with video) - Read more Create a blog on Yoors: Step by step instruction - Read more Create a list of posts - Read more Creating a post on Yoors - Read more Crop image on Yoors -   Crop Image on Yoors - Customize popup text - Read more Delete account - Read more Fairshare: Help the author and earn 50 / 50 - Read more Follow Yoorsmembers to see their latest posts - Read more Hashtags on Yoors - Read more How to find Yoorsposts  - How to find Yoorsposts. -   Ignore on Yoors and how to undo it - Read more Images in blogpost - Read more Insert video in a blog article on Yoors - Read more Link clickable in blogpost - Read more Link with your own text in quickpost - Read more Main page on Yoors - Read more Menu on Yoors - Read more Messages and chat on Yoors - Read more More followers on Yoors - Read more Personal text with double click heart - Read more Pinterest Save Button for Images - Read more Placing multiple links in a Yoorpost at once - Read more Post in post - Read more Preferences on Yoors - Read more Read more - Read more Recruiting members for Yoors: 10 ways - Read more Register at Yoors - Read more Remove post (two ways) - Read more Responding to posts and or responses - Read more Save a copy of your post(s)! - Read more Search for a certain Yoorsmember - Read more Search field on Yoors - Read more Show external image on Yoors - Read more Show video in blog smaller - Read more Single photo placement on Yoors - Read more Size of the header - Read more   Smart social: share Yoorsposts automatically repeatedly -   Text formatting in a post - Read more Text formatting: Using Bullets in your blog - Read more Text in Columns - Read more Translation of your post - Read more Upload video to Yoors - Read more View statistics on Yoors: - Read more Vote for a post and give Yoorspoints - Read more What can you do on Yoors? - Read more Yoors-ID: what it is and how it works - Read more Yoors Pools: A chance to win free YP in bulk each day - Read more Yoorspoints. How to earn them and what they can be used for. - Updated on April 6th, 2021.#yoorshelpEN#tableofcontents#index#explanation#howto#fairshare#yoorspoints#yoorsid #whattodo#voting#statistics#translation#textformatting #howto#share#sharing#posts#preferences#sharebuttons#messages#hashtags#translations#costumize#blogeditor#editor#bookmark#challenge#overview#list#multiplelinks #wheretoshare You might also like: - Discover Where Your Facebook Friends Share Blogposts - Read more The Top 10 Ways to Earn Cash on Yoors - Read more This way you make sure your blog is read, even if you have no other account outside Yoors - Read more Where to share Yoorsposts: a (growing) list - Read more Join Yoors, become a member: - Register
Beware: Garlic from China!
#knoflook An alarming report came by this week about how garlic is treated and grown in China. I also use a lot of garlic myself because it is so good for your health. Unfortunately, I still have to buy them at the supermarket. I think everyone should read this post and know what you're buying with the cheap garlic from China. Judge for yourself: Below the translated message from English into Dutch.The photo above is of Carla Glory of dedansendeboom.nl and his organic garlic that we will plant in the district garden greenalphen.com the coming year.Your garlic is imported from China, made with bleach and chemicalsGarlic, one of the healthiest and most popular foods on the planet. There is no denial of the wonderful health benefits that garlic has, it is a traditional remedy for high blood pressure, high cholesterol and even colds.But there's something about garlic that you probably do not know, more than 80% of the garlic sold worldwide comes from China. Last year, the US alone imported £138 million. Although most consumers assume that their garlic was grown in California, the “garlic capital of the world”, it was actually shipped from China. Even “organic” garlic is often imported from China, where organic certification can not be trusted.Chinese garlic is bleached. According to Henry Bell of the Australian Garlic Industry Association, garlic from China is sprayed with chemicals to stop germination, white garlic, and to kill insects and plant material. He also reports that garlic is grown in untreated sewage, “Bell also questions some growth practices in China.“I'm sure some garlic growers there use raw human waste water to fertilize their crops, and I don't believe Australian quarantine regulations are strict enough when it comes to testing bacteria on imported products,” he says. “I also challenge the effectiveness of the Chinese methyl bromidegassing processes.”Chinese garlic is heavily sprayed with methyl bromide to remove any insects. Methylbromide is a highly toxic chemical. Exposure to high concentrations can cause damage to the respiratory and central nervous system, even death. According to the UN, it is 60 times more harmful than chlorine and is the basis of CFCS.Garlic from China is also sprayed with lead, sulfates and other unsafe compounds.So the next time you are in the supermarket, you may want to think about this article. Fortunately, Chinese garlic is easy to see.Californian garlic has some roots on the bottom and is heavier than imported garlic.