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Prairie Fare: It’s Safe to Bite When the Temperature is Right   ( 2009-06-25 )
Many types of bacteria, including salmonella, E. coli O157:H7 and many others, can be present in meat and other foods.
Prairie Fare: Do You Need to Perk Up the Iron in Your Diet?   ( 2009-05-28 )
Iron deficiency anemia is a common nutritional deficiency worldwide, especially among children.
Prairie Fare: Appliance Innovations Change the Pace of Cooking   ( 2009-05-21 )
Wouldn’t it be nice to walk into the kitchen and tell your oven to cook dinner?
Prairie Fare: Slim Down Your Recipes   ( 2009-02-19 )
Sometimes, simple changes can make major differences in a recipe’s calorie, fat and sodium content.
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.
Go Nutty for Nut Nutrition   ( 2007-01-18 )
The good news: the fat in nuts is mainly monounsaturated and polyunsaturated, which are heart-healthy.

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