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.
When the weather cools, people stay indoors more often. The number of colds and flulike symptoms begin to increase at this time of year. Did you know that proper hand washing is the single most important way to help prevent the spread of illness?
My kids only eat prepackaged fruits and veggies for snacks. Do these snacks need to be washed before my kids eat them?
“I’m hungry! What’s to eat?” Most of us have thought or heard this, especially after school or work. Well-chosen snacks can keep kids and adults energized for work and play. Consider these snack tips.
My grandchildren come over after school. Do you have any ideas for fun snacks they might like?
Quick quiz: What’s the “most important meal of the day”? More than likely you are thinking “breakfast.” If so, give yourself a pat on the back and be sure to enjoy some healthful food for breakfast.
Buying cereal is kind of confusing. I know some cereals have lots of added sugars. Do you have any tips for choosing breakfast cereal?
Freezing is one of the easiest methods of food preservation.
Is buying a freezer worth the money?