Cooking

Who doesn’t love fresh-squeezed orange or grapefruit juice? It’s refreshing, delicious and nutritious. But unless you live in a tropical climate year-round or have oodles of time to squeeze your own citrus, you’re probably not enjoying fresh juice very often. How about juice from frozen concentrate or some of...
 

Putting together a comprehensive and engaging cooking demonstration is hard work -- but that's about to change.
 

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Cooking

It’s been said before, and is usually true. If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. The same holds true for the food industry. Let’s face it. Marketing of products is big money and companies are targeting your senses to get you to buy their product over the competition. Did you know, ... Fact Checking: Cereal Package Claims Versus The Food Label Facts
Food and Health, Prevention

The recent updates to the nutrition facts label show off a new, cleaner design that’s meant to make it easier to quickly identify useful information. The updates also reflect the most recent scientific research on the links between food choices and chronic disease so that you can make healthy, great-tasting choices for you and your family...
Cooking

Ask anyone at your next workshop to name a food that’s high in potassium and they’ll likely say, “Bananas”. Why is it that bananas get all the credit for this important nutrient? You’ll be surprised to know that several other foods contain more potassium than bananas. This week we’ll...
Food and Health

Processed foods with added fibers can potentially help close the fiber gap. But are these isolated or synthetic fibers beneficial? That depends...