I heard that I should shop for the "loss leaders" at the grocery store. What does that mean?
What do pizza, lasagna, tacos, kabobs and stir-fried vegetables have in common? They are favorite “American foods” that came from other cultures. In fact, many cultures use more fruits, vegetables, whole grains and beans, compared with the menus we usually have in the U.S. A healthful diet promotes good health! Consider these tips from www.choosemyplate.gov to add variety and flavor to your diet.
I know I should eat more fruits and vegetables. I like stir-fried vegetables and fruit kabobs, but fresh produce is so expensive where I live. What can I do?
Helpful advice on how to avoid overeating and overspending this holiday season.
I always seem to cook the same meals at home. When I am at the grocery store, I forget what I have at home, and I bring home more of the same foods! Can you help?
Tiny Tastes Add Up!
Have you ever had beans and rice at a Mexican restaurant? Rice and beans often are paired together on menus because they form a “complete protein” with all the amino acids (protein building blocks) your body needs for good nutrition.
What is the difference between white and brown rice besides the color? How do I prepare it?
Two graduates from the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) share their experiences and how the program made an impact.
This September for Hunger Action Month many across North Dakota (myself included), from government officials to local church leaders, are pledging to take the SNAP Challenge and live on a food budget of $4.25 per person per day/$29.75 for the week.