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Publication Safe Food for Babies and Children: Introducing Solid Foods to Your Baby
This handout provides general guidance for adding solid foods to the diet of your growing baby. Be sure to consult with your child’s health-care provider for additional information.
Located in Food and Nutrition
Publication Seniors and Food Safety: When Someone Else is the Cook
Let’s face it. Sometimes letting someone else do the cooking is just easier and more enjoyable. And today’s seniors have many eating options. However, all of these options do have food safety implications.
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Publication Seniors and Food Safety: When Grandparents Take Care of Grandchildren
Many of the feeding practices you used with your own children may no longer be advocated for today’s infants and toddlers. Let’s take a look at the food safety implications of feeding a special new person in your life.
Located in Food and Nutrition
Publication From field to table . . .a pocket guide for the care and handling of DEER and ELK
A 3½-ounce portion (before cooking) of game meat provides about half of the daily adult protein requirement and 130 to 150 calories. Game meats are usually slightly lower in total fat but higher in polyunsaturated fats than grain-fed beef.
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Publication D source code Safe Food for Babies: Handling Breast Milk, Formula and Baby Food
Infants and young children are most at risk for foodborne illness because their immune systems are not fully developed. Follow the tips in this publication to keep breast milk, formula and baby food safe for babies.
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Publication Safe Food for Babies and Children: A Guide for Babysitters - PARENT Edition -
As a parent, you most likely will need a babysitter to look after your children at some time. Infants and young children are especially vulnerable to foodborne illness, and even a small error in food preparation can cause severe illness. Making sure your babysitter is prepared to provide care safely will assure a positive experience for both you and your sitter.
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Publication Haskell source code FOOD PRESERVATION Facts or Myths?
Food preservation guidelines have changed through time. Test your knowledge of current food preservation recommendations by deciding if these statements are facts or myths. See the answers and explanations on the back.
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Publication Wild Side of the Menu No. 1 Care and Cookery
The most succulent wild game can be destroyed by improper handling in the field or improper cooking at home. The handling of the meat from harvesting to preparing can make a major difference in flavor and safety of the end product. The purpose of this publication is to provide information on proper care and cookery of wild game so you can fully enjoy the fruits of the field.
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Publication Food Freezing Guide
Freezing is one of the easiest, quickest, most versatile and most convenient methods of preserving foods. Properly frozen foods maintain more of their original color, flavor and texture and generally more of their nutrients than foods preserved by other methods.
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Publication Troff document Seniors and Food Safety: To Market, To Market
This publication provides you with tips to prevent foodborne illness, beginning with the trip to the supermarket and ending with the proper temperatures the food should be cooked.
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