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Prairie Fare: Does Watching Cooking Shows Promote Weight Gain?   ( 2016-06-02 )
Managing weight can be a challenge with tasty temptations all around us.
Prairie Fare: What Does the New Dairy Research Mean for Us?   ( 2016-05-26 )
Research may change the dairy fat recommendations.
Prairie Fare: Cupcakes Make Me Nostalgic   ( 2016-05-19 )
The “cupcake incident” brings back memories.
Prairie Fare: Are You Ready for Sunny Days?   ( 2016-05-12 )
Protect your skin and eyes from the sun’s damaging rays.
Prairie Fare: Freezer Meals Speed Summertime Cooking   ( 2016-05-05 )
The idea is to spend a day preparing enough meals to feed you or your family for two weeks up to two months.
Prairie Fare: Take Your Taste Buds on a Tropical Fruit Trip   ( 2016-04-28 )
Fruits and vegetables have many health benefits
Prairie Fare: Try These 4 Tips for Healthful Spring Celebrations   ( 2016-04-21 )
Make sure to include food from at least three food groups in your celebrations.
Prairie Fare: How to Prepare for an International Adventure   ( 2016-04-14 )
When traveling internationally, eat hot cooked food and avoid raw foods, and fruits and veggies rinsed with potentially unsafe water.
Prairie Fare: Crack Some Eggs   ( 2016-04-07 )
Eggs are a healthful and budget-friendly food.
Prairie Fare: Ease Up on the Salt   ( 2016-03-31 )
Most of the sodium in our diet comes from processed dinner mixes, snacks, canned soups and condiments.
Prairie Fare: Using Smaller Appliances May Save You Some Cash   ( 2016-03-24 )
Microwaves, toaster ovens cost less to operate than a full-sized oven.
Prairie Fare: Walking a Dog is Good for Your Health   ( 2016-03-17 )
Regular physical activity can help us manage our weight and reduce our risk for several chronic diseases.
Prairie Fare: What’s For Dinner?   ( 2016-03-10 )
Sale ads can help you plan tasty, healthful meals.
Prairie Fare: Savor the Flavor of Eating Right   ( 2016-03-03 )
Good nutrition and good flavor do not have to be exclusive of each other.
Prairie Fare: How Can You Tell if Food is Safe to Eat?   ( 2016-02-25 )
In general, leftover perishable foods (cooked meat, casseroles, vegetables) kept at 40 F or below should be used within three or four days.
Prairie Fare: Don’t Let a Buffet Promote a ‘Food Coma’   ( 2016-02-18 )
To keep from overeating at a buffet, have a snack before you go.
Prairie Fare: Have You Ever Eaten Edamame?   ( 2016-02-11 )
Edamame is high in fiber and protein.
Prairie Fare: Take Steps to Avoid Kitchen Fires   ( 2016-02-04 )
Don’t leave the stove or cooking appliances unattended when being used.
Prairie Fare: Adults Can Learn Lessons From School Lunch Research   ( 2016-01-28 )
You are more likely to grab a healthful snack if it’s ready to eat.
Prairie Fare: Eating a Variety of Foods Can Be a Victory for Your Health   ( 2016-01-21 )
We can learn some vital lessons from a previous generation.
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