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Prairie Fare: Pack Some Healthful Fuel for Summer Road Trips   ( 2016-06-16 )
Bring some healthful snacks and an ice chest to keep perishable foods cold.
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: 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: Try Singing the ‘12 Ways to Health’ Song   ( 2015-12-10 )
This song will help you stay healthy during the holidays and the rest of the year.
Prairie Fare: Try These 10 Questions About Turkey   ( 2015-11-12 )
Do you know about how much turkey a person eats each year?
Prairie Fare: Honey, You Shrank the Fruit   ( 2015-10-29 )
Dehydration has been a method of preserving food since early in history.
Prairie Fare: 4-H Foods Projects Teach Lifelong Lessons   ( 2015-10-15 )
Food-related programs have been popular topics for children enrolled in 4-H.
Prairie Fare: Are You Taking Steps to Ensure Safe Fruits and Vegetables in Your Kitchen?   ( 2015-09-17 )
Consumers share the responsibility for keeping produce safe to eat.
Prairie Fare: Preserve the Fruits of the Season Safely   ( 2015-08-06 )
Food canning isn’t the time to get creative with recipes.
Prairie Fare: July is National Picnic Month   ( 2015-07-02 )
Be sure to protect your food from visible and invisible unwanted guests.
Prairie Fare: Can Rhubarb Become Toxic?   ( 2015-05-28 )
According to a widely circulated Facebook post launched in another state, rhubarb could become toxic (poisonous) after a frost. Could that be true?
Prairie Fare: Try a Fruit With Appeal   ( 2015-05-14 )
Bananas have been a popular fruit for thousands of years. In early times, bananas were held in such high esteem they became known as the "fruit of the wise man" and "fruit of paradise."
Prairie Fare: Safe Food Preservation Advice Comes Early This Year   ( 2015-04-30 )
About 30 botulism cases are reported yearly in the U.S. and most of those cases are associated with food canned improperly at home.
Prairie Fare: Is It Time for An Oil Change in Your Recipes?   ( 2015-04-09 )
We have many oil choices in the grocery store, and some of them are more healthful than others.
Prairie Fare: Be the Grill Master This Spring   ( 2015-03-26 )
Our spring season beckons us to enjoy dining and cooking outdoors.
Prairie Fare: Beware of Weight-loss Promises   ( 2014-12-31 )
Obviously, diet products are big business, especially since two out of three people are overweight.
Prairie Fare: Be Sure Turkey Time Inspires Memories, Not Nightmares   ( 2014-11-13 )
Regardless of how you decide to prepare your bird, ensure a successful and safe turkey dinner by taking some precautions.
Prairie Fare: Hand Washing Really Does Cut Illness Rates   ( 2014-10-30 )
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention refers to hand washing as the single most important means of preventing the spread of disease.
Prairie Fare: Feeling Guilty About Throwing Food   ( 2014-10-02 )
According to a 2014 report from U.S. Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service, about 31 percent of the 430 billion pounds of food available is lost annually.
Prairie Fare: Prolific Zucchini Has Many Uses   ( 2014-07-31 )
A 1/2-cup serving has about 15 calories, plus it contributes some fiber, vitamin C, potassium, B vitamins and beta carotene to the diet.

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