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Publication application/x-internet-signup Field to Fork Pumpkins!
Pumpkins are one of the colorful symbols of autumn. Most people think of using them solely for the purpose of carving and displaying, but pumpkin can be used in many ways on your menu, including soups and desserts. Try roasting the seeds for a crunchy snack.
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Publication ECMAScript program Field to Fork Raspberries!
Raspberries are part of the rose family, and numerous varieties are available. The low-calorie fruits add flavor, color and nutrition to your menu.
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Publication Field to Fork Rosemary
Learn about growing, storing and preserving rosemary, and view cooking tips and recipes using rosemary.
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Publication Field to Fork Snap Beans!
Snap beans are delicious vegetables that are easy for people of all ages to grow. They are easy to preserve, so we can enjoy them year-round.
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Publication shell script Field to Fork Summer Squash!
Field to Fork is a program to provide information about growing, transporting, processing and preserving specialty-crop fruits and vegetables safely.
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Publication Field to Fork Sweet Corn!
Sweet corn on the cob (or off the cob) is a tasty addition to meals. Corn, also called “maize,” is sold by color, not variety (white, yellow or bicolor). Corn can be preserved in different ways to be enjoyed year-round.
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Publication ECMAScript program Field to Fork Tomatoes!
Botanically, a tomato is classified as a fruit because it has seeds and is derived from flower tissue. Nutritionists consider tomatoes to be “vegetables” on the menu. Tomatoes can be frozen, canned or dried, so we can enjoy them year-round.
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Publication shell script Field to Fork Winter Squash!
Squash has been used as a nutritious food for thousands of years in North America. You might find buttercup, butternut, acorn and/or spaghetti squash in your local grocery store. Botanists consider squash to be a fruit, but it is used as a vegetable on menus.
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Publication ECMAScript program FIGHT BAC! Safe Handling of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Handling fruits and vegetables safely is easy. Although an invisible enemy may be in your kitchen, by practicing the recommendations here you can Fight BAC!
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Publication Octet Stream Fight BAC! Fight Foodborne Bacteria
Be a BAC Fighter and Fight BAC! Clean, separate, cook and chill.
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