Nicole Taylor

Nicole Taylor is a prolific writer and wordsmith who dabbles in both commercial and creative writing. She is constantly out to write the next attention-grabbing article or show stopping short fiction. With her diverse portfolio of over 40+ blogs, articles, and fiction, she is always ready to tackle the next assignment with her quirky can-do attitude.

Fossil Farms Review [2021]: Is It Really for You?

Every now and then I find myself looking for something more, something to add a bit of variation to the day-to-day routine. Usually, I’m prompted to change up my schedule, pick up an old hobby, or try a new type of food. Food, honestly, is one of the easiest things for me to change. I can easily deviate from my usual shopping path at the grocery store to grab a new type of produce, side dish, or meat.

But what if, when I’m looking for a new type of meat, I can’t find anything new? Well, this has happened to me before. This search takes me to diverse grocery stores outside of my typical area of operation, which can be fun, though tedious. When I do find some unique meat to try, such as alligator or venison, it takes the form of jerky.

I love jerky, but even with different meats, it can become monotonous. It is just dried meat after all.

After searching high and low to find a new, fresh, t

12 Best Yarn Subscription Box Services [2021]: Perfect For Knitting and Crochet

As an avid crafter, I am constantly in search of high-quality yarn-based subscription boxes. I have experience dabbling in both knitting and crocheting, so when I look for new projects, I focus on the quality and color of the yarn. The type of fiber craft that comes in the box is less important to me …

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Carne Collective Meats Review – Exploring Argentinian Beef

Finding good beef can be tough and as I go through the grocery store, I see nothing but the same old cuts, the same old frozen beef. I have been craving something new, something fresh, and something sustainable.

As usual, I took my quest to the internet trying to discover a new take on beef. One that does beef differently. After a few website deep dives, I came across Carne Collective. Carne Collective is a beef produced located in Argentina, run by a passionate, experienced group of meat lovers.

What immediately stuck out to me was that they sell to both restaurants and home-based consumers. This means that I can get the same fresh, high-quality beef that restaurants get. Unlike at the supermarket, where I get standard grain-fed beef.

Now interested to see what this company was all about; I could not help but deep dive into Carne Collective and how they operate as a beef producer. Join me as I talk about the products they offer and their goal to provide the best beef possible

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