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Last week we talked about promoting arugula as a delicious, spicy green that goes well either raw in a salad or cooked in a pasta dish. The natural flavor complement to arugula is a sweet beet. Check out these fantastic facts about beets by Lisa Andrews, MEd, RD, LD,...
 


I just had the most delicious salad at Mixt in San Francisco. It was based on arugula and contained 2 different colors of freshly cooked beets, toasted nuts, balsamic vinegar, and a little goat cheese. Hungry yet? It was my dinner and it was so filling and delicious. So it inspired me to get Lisa ... Arugula Messages
 
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Grapefruit is a member of the citrus family and is about 92% water. It is grown in warmer climates such as Arizona, California, Florida, Texas, South America, South Africa, Israel and India. The French call them pamplemousse. An entire grapefruit has less than 100 calories, making it a great fruit...
 
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  Carrots are so versatile in a kitchen! Lisa Andrews has some great social messaging bytes about carrots that you can use this week. They are perfect for Go Further With Food Nutrition Month messages for social media, emails, and newsletters. Carrots originated in Afghanistan, but are cultivated all...
 

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Broccoli is part of the cabbage family along with Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and Bok choy.  It originated in Italy and is part of a Mediterranean diet. Broccoli contains more cancer-fighting phytonutrients when eaten raw than cooked. Broccoli is an excellent source of vitamin C, fiber and beta-carotene. Broccoli contains the anti-inflammatory flavonoid kaempferol, which may ... Broccoli Messages