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Mar 06
2020
  By Anonymous (not verified)

Kids Can! - Turnips

When kids help make healthy food, they are more likely to try it. Show kids how to: ❁ wash produce under cool running water. A vegetable brush works well on turnips. ❁ use a vegetable peeler to remove only a thin layer of skin from vegetables. ❁ measure ingredients and stir them together.

Mar 06
2020
  By Anonymous (not verified)

Leeks - Quick Fix

❁ Leeks can be eaten raw or cooked.

❁ Use sliced leeks in salads– green, pasta or potato.

❁ Add leeks to casseroles for a mild onion flavor.

❁ Roast leeks in the oven along with your favorite vegetables.

❁ Add leeks to soups or stews.

Mar 06
2020
  By Anonymous (not verified)

Make Whole Grains Easy

Cook grains in large batches to use later:

❁ Divide cooked, cooled grains into single-use amounts in freezer bags or containers. Label and date. Refrigerate or freeze.

❁ Use refrigerated cooked grains within 3-4 days. Use frozen cooked grains within 2-3 months.

Mar 06
2020
  By Anonymous (not verified)

Kids Can! - Sweet Potatoes

When kids help make healthy food, they are more likely to try it. Show kids how to: ❁ scrub sweet potatoes under cool running water. ❁ prick whole sweet potatoes with a fork before baking or microwaving. ❁ mix sweet potato cubes with oil and seasonings before roasting.

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