Cooking, Food and Health

This video highlights important knife skills alongside a step-by-step guide to preparing a healthful slaw that's light in fat but rich in flavor. It even features ways to make the slaw look most attractive when you serve it...
 

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Cooking

“Cole” in Shakespeare’s time meant “cabbage.” Just as the language has changed, so has the way to make slaw. Slaw was thought to mean “salad” in ancient Central European languages. Use these ideas for easy no-cook food demonstrations in March. They are great for St. Patty’s Day, National Cabbage Month or National Nutrition Month®. Beyond ... Cole Slaw Demo
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Collard greens and cabbage are two of the best bargains in the grocery store for both nutrition and cost. Ounce for ounce they are both nutritional powerhouses. They are high in nutrients and phytochemicals, plant chemicals that may be beneficial to your health. But they are also low in sugar, fat and sodium. As we ... Pantry Check: Go Green with Greens
Prevention, MyPlate

Our latest MyPlate creation is great for the heart! Barley, salmon, walnuts, vegetables, olive oil and more are made into a quick 30-minute meal that you will want to serve over and over again. Enjoy!