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Prairie Fare: Safely Cope with Snow Removal   ( 2008-12-18 )
This is a good time to review some winter snow removal tips, whether you use a snow blower or a shovel.
Prairie Fare: Right-size Your Portions   ( 2008-12-11 )
Does the size of the plate make a difference in how much food people eat?
Prairie Fare: Eat More Fiber This Holiday Season   ( 2008-12-04 )
 
Prairie Fare: Don’t Miss This Nutrient   ( 2008-11-26 )
Step right up and hear about a special nutrient that’s a real deal for your health.
Prairie Fare: Food Product Dates Can Be Mysterious   ( 2008-11-20 )
 
Prairie Fare: Be Thankful for Leftover Turkey   ( 2008-11-13 )
Be creative with leftover turkey.
Prairie Fare: Plan and Shop for Good Nutrition   ( 2008-11-06 )
When your job is to help people recognize healthy food selections and handle them safely, you feel compelled to follow your own advice.
Prairie Fare: Give Carrots a Try as a Snack   ( 2008-10-31 )
Americans consume only about 10 percent of the amount of fiber they did a century ago.
Prairie Fare: Let Autumn’s Colors Be Your Nutrition Inspiration   ( 2008-10-23 )
Autumn’s colorful foliage is a good reminder to fill our plates with colorful fruits and vegetables.
Prairie Fare: Halloween Tricksters: Enjoy Some Treats   ( 2008-10-16 )
Sugar does not “cause” diabetes or hyperactivity as has been suggested.
Prairie Fare: Freeze Meals Now, Save Time Later   ( 2008-10-09 )
Making your own frozen entrees allows you to prepare your favorite meals.
Prairie Fare: Indulge Your Sweet Tooth in Moderation   ( 2008-10-02 )
You might be wondering why someone in the nutrition field just admitted to drinking pop of any kind.
Prairie Fare: Mushrooms Offer Unexpected Nutritional Value   ( 2008-09-25 )
Many people have strong feelings about mushrooms.
Prairie Fare: Give Broccoli a Chance   ( 2008-09-18 )
Broccoli is a nutrition-packed, colorful addition to our plates.
Prairie Fare: Fill Nutrition Gaps With Well-chosen Snacks   ( 2008-09-11 )
Snack foods make up about one-fifth of the daily calories among children ages 6 to 11.
Prairie Fare: Save Money on Groceries with These Tactics   ( 2008-09-04 )
Unfortunately, “drive-aways” from gas stations and thefts from grocery stores have been on the rise.
Prairie Fare: Take a Step Back in Baking History   ( 2008-08-28 )
Baking in earlier times was probably more art than science.
Prairie Fare: Enjoy an ‘Egg-stravaganza’ of Good Nutrition   ( 2008-08-21 )
For healthy people, one egg a day now is considered OK.
Prairie Fare: Ignore Old Food Preservation Recipes   ( 2008-08-14 )
Great-grandma’s canning recipes published in the 1970 church cookbook probably do not stand up to current recommendations.
Prairie Fare: Prepare for School with Breakfast and Snack Ideas   ( 2008-08-07 )
Questions and answers about breakfast and snacks that apply to children and adults.
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