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Prairie Fare: Mrs. Claus Comments on Santa’s Health   ( 2017-12-14 )
A conversation with Mrs. Claus highlights the importance of good eating and health-care habits.
Prairie Fare: Do Microwave Ovens Zap Nutrients in Foods?   ( 2017-12-07 )
Cooking in a microwave can help preserve nutrients in food.
Prairie Fare: Always Compliment the Cook Who Uses Planned-over Food   ( 2017-11-30 )
Don’t let leftover food go to waste; turn it into planned-overs.
Prairie Fare: How Much Do You Know About Frozen Food Storage?   ( 2017-11-22 )
Freezing is one of the easiest and most convenient ways to preserve food if you have the proper equipment.
Prairie Fare: Make Good Use of Leftovers This Holiday Season   ( 2017-11-16 )
Take steps to avoid food waste.
Prairie Fare: Are You Among the 1 in 3?   ( 2017-11-09 )
An estimated 84 million Americans have prediabetes, and most don’t know it.
Prairie Fare: Warm Yourself With Some Soup   ( 2017-11-02 )
Soup is high in liquid, which means it usually is lower in calories than other foods.
Prairie Fare: Tasting Cookie Dough is Hazardous for New Reasons   ( 2017-10-26 )
Flour and some other grain-based foods have been linked to foodborne illness outbreaks.
Prairie Fare: Prairie Fare Celebrates 20 Years   ( 2017-10-19 )
The column has covered topics from apples to zucchini and everything in between.
Prairie Fare: October is National Pizza Month   ( 2017-10-12 )
Well-chosen toppings can make your pizza a healthful menu option.
Prairie Fare: All Eyes on Squash   ( 2017-10-05 )
Squash are nutrition all-stars.
Prairie Fare: Does Your Stomach Ever Interrupt Your Work?   ( 2017-09-28 )
Eating breakfast has many benefits for people of all ages.
Prairie Fare: Enjoy More Apples This Season   ( 2017-09-21 )
Apples are tasty snacks and good for your health.
Prairie Fare: September is National Family Meals Month   ( 2017-09-14 )
Children who eat with their families tend to do better in school, eat more nutritiously and avoid risky behaviors.
Prairie Fare: In a Pickle Over a Side Dish?   ( 2017-09-07 )
Pickles can be made from almost any vegetable or many fruits.
Prairie Fare: Ovens Are for Baking, Not Canning, and Other Food Preservation Tips   ( 2017-08-31 )
To avoid foodborne illnesses, use research-tested recipes and follow them carefully.
Prairie Fare: Make Snack Attacks Count   ( 2017-08-24 )
Keep your snacks simple and healthful.
Prairie Fare: Is Any Food in Your Fridge Reaching Antique Status?   ( 2017-08-17 )
Be aware of food label lingo to avoid having to toss food.
Prairie Fare: Onions Offer Layers of Goodness   ( 2017-08-10 )
Onions can be eaten raw or cooked, and they are available in a wide range of sizes and colors.
Prairie Fare: Gazpacho Refreshes on a Summer Day   ( 2017-08-03 )
Tomatoes, an ingredient in gazpacho, are rich in nutrients and low in calories.
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