Whether or not you have children at home, you may face the same dilemma as many families. With work and activities, you may have little time to prepare food.
Question: I don't understand what the dates on packages mean. Will I get sick if I eat the food after the "sell by" date?
My aunt just gave me a lot of vegetables and fruits from her garden, including corn, beans, peas, strawberries, and rhubarb. I don't want this food to go to waste. How do I freeze it?
We have a limited time to enjoy locally grown fresh produce. Enjoy the fruits and vegetables of the season now-and preserve some to enjoy later, too.
I'm babysitting my granddaughter this summer. She asks me for fruit punch every day. Does it contain any fruit juice? What should I do?
I heard someone talking about drinking "raw milk." Is it safe?
We've all noticed the increasing prices at grocery stores and the gas pump during the past year. Sometimes we may find that we have more month than money.
I am suppose to take a calcium supplement because I have a milk allergy. I noticed some supplement labels say "calcium citrate" and others say "calcium carbonate." I'm not sure what kind to choose. Can you help?
My community has garden plots for a small rental fee. I'm thinking about renting a spot because fresh fruits and vegetables cost quite a bit these days. I haven't done any gardening in years. Do you have any resources?
Schools out! Scheduled milk breaks are over for most children during the summer months. Having milk with meals and/or regular milk breaks all year is a good plan for all of us. During June, National Dairy Month, consider the health benefits of dairy foods.