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Kids Can - Bell Peppers

When kids help make healthy food, they are more likley to try it. Show kids how to:

wash and clean peppers. measure and mix ingreidents.  assemble bell pepper nachos.
Jul 01
2020
 Posted by: anniekeene

Shop and Save - Beets

Beets should be round and firm with smooth skins and a deep color. If the greens are attached and you plan to use them, they should be green and fresh, not wilted. Small to medium sized beets (up to 21⁄2 inches across) have better flavor.
May 05
2020
 Posted by: anniekeene

Types of Beets

Beets are packed with nutirents, inlcluding fiber, iron, folate, potassium and antioxidants. 

Types of beets:

White beets Red beets  Chiogga beets  Golden beets 

 

May 05
2020
 Posted by: anniekeene

Store Well and Waste Less - Beets

You can use beet greens raw in salads or cooked as a side dish. Remove leaves from beets, if still attached, and store separately in an open bag. Use within 2-3 days.
May 05
2020
 Posted by: anniekeene

Kids Can - Beets

When kids help make healthy food, they are more likely to try it. Show kids how to:

safely handle sharp lids when opening cans. fill a blender part way and be sure the lid is on tight. 
May 05
2020
 Posted by: anniekeene

Shop and Save - Salmon

Choose fresh salmon with a mild, ocean like smell. The flesh and skin should be moist, firm and bright.  Frozen salmon is often flash-frozen and vacuum packed soon after harvest to lock in flavor and texture.
Apr 01
2020
 Posted by: anniekeene
Apr 01
2020
 Posted by: anniekeene

Store Well and Waste Less - Salmon

Fresh salmon must be kept ice cold (32 degrees F ) at all times until cooked or processed. If unable to use within two days, pat dry, wrap tightly, label with the date and freeze. 
Apr 01
2020
 Posted by: Anonymous (not verified)

Kids Can - Salmon

When kids help make healthy food, they are more likely to try it. Show kids how to:

tear bread beat eggs measure ingredients mash soft bones with a fork 

 

Apr 01
2020
 Posted by: anniekeene
Food Hero at Home

COVID-19: Activities for home

Great tools to bring Food Hero home!
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Mar 27
2020
 Posted by: t.wheeler

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