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Cooking Winter Squash

Most winter squash have tough, hard skins. It is easier to cook them with the skin on.

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How to peel Kiwi

Use a vegetable peeler, a paring knife or a spoon.

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More Ways to Use Kiwis

  • Slice the kiwi in half and eat the flesh with a spoon.
  • Include in a sack lunch.
  • Make a smoothie or frozen pops.
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More Ways to Use Peaches

  • Peaches are a tasty snack eaten whole, chopped, or sliced.
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Cook Fresh Green Beans

Wash beans under running cool water; snap or cut off the tips of both ends; leave whole or cut or snap to desired size.

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More Ways to Use Peas

  • Peas make a great addition to green salads.
  • Try sugar snap peas with a low-fat dip.
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Cooking Fresh Corn

Boil: Add shucked corn ears to enough boiling water to cover them; cook 5 to 7 minutes.

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Cooking Carrots

Wash, peel, and cut carrots into slices, sticks or other shapes. Try for pieces that are the same size. No need to peel or cut baby carrots.

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More Ways to Use Carrots

  • Add chopped or shredded carrots to salads, tacos, or sandwich wraps for extra crunch!
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How to Cut a Cabbage

  1. Trim off the stem.
  2. Remove any damaged leaves.
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