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  1. How to Choose the Best Foods for Your Kids at the Grocery Store

    Supermarkets are recognizing Americans’ interest in healthy eating and there are plenty of healthy, yummy foods in almost every aisle of your market. Use our guide to get the kids involved in navigating the store aisles to find the healthy stuff. It can be fun and will help them develop healthy eati

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  2. Squash Buyer's Guide

    Although available all year, winter squash is best enjoyed during harvest season—late summer through early winter. All varieties of delicious winter squash are packed with the antioxidants alpha and beta carotene. Here you’ll find some tips on what varieties to look for and how to choose them. Shopp

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  3. 9 Healthy Facts About Cucumbers

    The Cucumber Family Cucumbers belong to the plant family Cucurbitaceae, which includes melons, squash, and pumpkins. Cucumber Varieties Cucumbers come in many sizes, shapes, textures, and colors, including white, yellow, and even orange. Slicing vs. Pickling Cukes Two common kinds of cucumbers grown

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  4. Slow Cooker Food-Safety Guide

    Slow cookers are certainly convenient, but if used incorrectly they can be hazardous. Temperatures between 40° and 140°F fall into the "Danger Zone" since bacteria thrive in these temperatures, so try to keep food from being in the Danger Zone for too long. Armed with our safety guide, you’ll be mak

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  5. Root Vegetable Buyer's Guide

    Root vegetables can be found pretty easily in large supermarkets and farmers’ markets. Roots keep best when stored in humid environments at near-freezing temperatures. Root vegetables will keep you nourished through the winter: they are nutritious carbohydrate choices because they’re rich in fiber a

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  6. Alcohol Substitution Guide

    Sometimes alcohol is called for in recipes to enhance the overall flavor of a dish. If you prefer to cook without alcohol, it can be omitted from a recipe or replaced with a nonalcoholic alternative. Keep in mind that the overall flavor of the dish will not be exactly the same, but the substitutions

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  7. Spring Fruit Guide

    Delicious spring fruit—strawberries, apricots, mangoes and rhubarb—is in the market now. This handy guide offers information on picking the best spring fruit and the health benefits of each. Before peaches, plums and berries appear in markets, apricots arrive. Ancient Romans were so impressed by thi

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  8. Greens Cooking Guide

    Dark leafy greens, such as kale, collards and chard, are nutrient powerhouses—rich in vitamins A, C and K. Look for greens in bunches in the produce section near lettuce; beets are sometimes sold with the greens still attached, but you can often find the greens sold separately as well. One pound of

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  9. Egg Buyer's Guide

    With so many labels and terms crowding today’s egg cartons, what used to be the simple task of buying eggs has become confusing. Here's how to make sense of the labels and choose the right eggs for you. Living conditions of ‘cage free’ and ‘free range’ hens usually are considerably better than those

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  10. Salad Greens Buyer's Guide

    Ever notice all the different greens that make up "mesclun"? Mesclun, roughly translated from the Provençal dialect, means "mixture." Many of the greens in mesclun mixes are available individually at the supermarket or at farmers’ markets or in your garden if you grow your own. This guide will help

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