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3 Tips to Healthier Spring and Summer Celebrations

3 Tips to Healthier Spring and Summer Celebrations

Celebrations often are exciting and memorable times filled with family, friends, and food.

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Gardening with Children

Gardening with Children

My kids try to avoid vegetables, but I'm working on encouraging them to try some new vegetables. We have a community garden near us. When can we start planning?

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Waffle Bowl Parfait

Waffle Bowl Parfait

This healthy recipe comes from NDSU Extension Service.

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Shape Up For Spring

Shape Up For Spring

During the spring, we may feel like refreshing out home by cleaning and organizing closets. Maybe we should do a diet and physical activity checkup to find out if our lifestyle needs to be refreshed.

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Food Safety in Your Fridge

Food Safety in Your Fridge

I was cleaning my refrigerator and I noticed some food that has been in there for a while. How long can I keep ground beef, eggs, and leftovers? What about mayonnaise?

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Pineapple-Mango Green Smoothie

Pineapple-Mango Green Smoothie

This healthy recipe comes from NDSU Extension Service.

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Peanut Butter Black Bean Brownies

Peanut Butter Black Bean Brownies

This healthy recipe comes from NDSU Extension Service.

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Tomatoes!

Field to Fork Tomatoes! - FN1800

Botanically, a tomato is classified as a fruit because it has seeds and is derived from flower tissue. Nutritionists consider tomatoes to be “vegetables” on the menu. Tomatoes can be frozen, canned or dried, so we can enjoy them year-round.

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Sweet Corn!

Field to Fork Sweet Corn! - FN1799

Sweet corn on the cob (or off the cob) is a tasty addition to meals. Corn, also called “maize,” is sold by color, not variety (white, yellow or bicolor). Corn can be preserved in different ways to be enjoyed year-round.

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Snap Beans!

Field to Fork Snap Beans! - FN1798

Snap beans are delicious vegetables that are easy for people of all ages to grow. They are easy to preserve, so we can enjoy them year-round.

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