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Prairie Fare: Mix the Wild Side of the Menu With Some Greens   ( 2016-10-27 )
Wild game is a good source of protein and is lower in fat and calories than some types of domesticated animal protein.
Stankiewicz Joins NDSU Extension Service   ( 2016-10-24 )
She serves as the western area community health and nutrition specialist.
Prairie Fare: Tame Your Sweet Tooth During Trick-or-treat Season   ( 2016-10-20 )
Keep moderation in mind.
Prairie Fare: How About Some Apple Nachos?   ( 2016-10-06 )
Apples are a good source of fiber and vitamin C.
Prairie Fare: Try a Minnesota Tasting Experience   ( 2016-09-29 )
Wild rice is a food strongly associated with parts of Minnesota.
Prairie Fare: Grocery Shopping 101   ( 2016-09-22 )
Start with a written list and plan menus for the week using store grocery ads.
Prairie Fare: Family Mealtimes Matter   ( 2016-09-15 )
Family meals improve nutrition, strengthen relationships and decrease stress.
Prairie Fare: Exploring Nutrition Along the Lewis and Clark Trail   ( 2016-08-25 )
Corn and squash helped sustain Lewis and Clark during their winter in North Dakota.
NDSU Extension Agronomist Shares Skills with Ethiopian Farmers   ( 2016-08-23 )
Kandel was able to help up to 140 Ethiopian farmers in seven villages.
Prairie Fare: 10 Mini-fridge Makeover Tips for College or at Home   ( 2016-08-18 )
We all can benefit from stocking our refrigerators with healthful snacks.
Prairie Fare: Be Inspired by Zucchini   ( 2016-08-11 )
Zucchini is a versatile food that's low in calories and fairly high in vitamin C.
Prairie Fare: Try Making Baked Onion Rings   ( 2016-08-04 )
Onions provide flavor, vitamins and minerals without adding a lot of calories.
Prairie Fare: Keep Your Food at Safe Temperatures   ( 2016-07-28 )
Bacteria can grow to dangerous levels if food is not kept at proper temperatures.
Prairie Fare: How to Stay Cool and Hydrated in the Heat   ( 2016-07-21 )
Extreme heat can have dire health consequences on every organ of your body.
Field to Fork Wednesday Webinars Start Aug.17   ( 2016-07-19 )
Learn about extending the growing season, planting bulbs, fermenting food and growing microgreens.
Preserve Your Garden’s Bounty Safely With Free Resources   ( 2016-07-18 )
Use research-tested recipes and proper canning methods.
Prairie Fare: 10 Tips to Eat More Vegetables   ( 2016-07-14 )
Veggies provide fiber, fluid, vitamins and minerals and can help protect against some diseases.
Prairie Fare: Gardening Delights Children and Promotes Good Nutrition   ( 2016-07-07 )
Research shows that children who help tend a garden eat more vegetables.
Prairie Fare: Table Etiquette 101   ( 2016-06-30 )
Have a dining experience now and then.
Prairie Fare: Say Cheese   ( 2016-06-23 )
Cheese contributes protein, calcium and phosphorus to our diet.

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