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Prairie Fare: Canned Goods Can Help You Meet Daily Fruit and Vegetable Needs   ( 2018-11-22 )
Canned fruits and vegetables are comparable in nutritional value to their fresh and frozen counterparts.
Prairie Fare: Are You Thankful for Leftovers?   ( 2018-11-15 )
Eating leftovers can save money and reduce food waste.
Prairie Fare: Be a Superhero by Trimming Food Waste   ( 2018-11-08 )
Most of us can take steps to reduce food waste at home.
Prairie Fare: Let’s Play ‘Name That Squash’   ( 2018-11-01 )
Squash is a nutrition all-star.
Prairie Fare: Are Apples Really Healthful?   ( 2018-10-25 )
Apples truly are good for our health.
Prairie Fare: Inspire Your Autumn Menus With Pumpkin   ( 2018-10-18 )
Pumpkin is low in calories and high in fiber.
Prairie Fare: How Much Do You Use the Internet?   ( 2018-10-11 )
You may be suffering from Internet Addiction Disorder.
Prairie Fare: Stint as a Student Chef Prompts Me to Keep My Day Job   ( 2018-10-04 )
Eggplant, which is low in calories, can be grilled, roasted, fried, steamed or sauteed.
Prairie Fare: Driving With Distractions Can Be a Recipe for Disaster   ( 2018-09-27 )
Distracted driving can be deadly.
Prairie Fare: I’m Spillin’ the Beans   ( 2018-09-20 )
Dry edible beans are nutritious and have several health benefits.
Prairie Fare: Do You Include Pulse Foods on Your Menu?   ( 2018-09-13 )
Pulse foods are high in protein and fiber.
Prairie Fare: What is a Healthful Diet, Anyway?   ( 2018-09-06 )
Try to meet the recommendations for fruits and vegetables, the food groups most often lacking in the diets of adults and children.
Prairie Fare: Enjoy the Bountiful Tomato Harvest   ( 2018-08-30 )
Tomatoes are rich sources of vitamins C and A, folate, potassium and other nutrients.
Prairie Fare: Tailgaters, Are You Ready to Get Grilled About Food Safety?   ( 2018-08-23 )
Keep food safety in mind when having tailgating parties and picnics.
Prairie Fare: Don’t Wilt in the Heat of Summer   ( 2018-08-16 )
We all need to stay cool and hydrated, and protect our skin in the sunny, hot days of summer.
Prairie Fare: Make Some Food Memories With Corn on the Cob   ( 2018-08-09 )
Corn isn’t just food; it’s used to make products such as ethanol, plastics, matchsticks, glue and crayons.
Prairie Fare: Canning Jar and Lid Innovations That Helped Feed Generations   ( 2018-08-02 )
Use current, research-based guidelines for canning, freezing, pickling and drying foods.
Prairie Fare: Beans Are a Tasty Summer Side Dish   ( 2018-07-26 )
Beans are among the best sources of dietary fiber.
Prairie Fare: Salsa Rules   ( 2018-07-19 )
Use a research-tested recipe from a university Extension website or the U.S. Department of Agriculture when canning food.
Prairie Fare: Take Some Food Safety Precautions With Cantaloupe   ( 2018-07-12 )
Here are some tips for avoiding foodborne illnesses.
Prairie Fare: Prairie Fare: How Do Plant- and Animal-based ‘Burgers’ Compare?  (2020-01-16)  Swapping plant-based “burgers” for beef burgers probably is not the answer to a more healthful diet.   FULL STORY
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