Monthly Archive: January 2016

Where to store what in the Refrigerator

Our refrigerators are essential for storing and preserving foods and have become so varied in styles, but one thing doesn’t vary; how to properly store food in them. But, are we using them properly? Here is the ins and outs of best refrigerator storage practices.

Avoid placing eggs or dairy in the refrigerator …

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Sugar, which form do I choose?

Sugar comes in many forms and from many sources. Cane sugar, sugar beets, maple trees, agave plant, and those gracious bees utilizing flower nectar to produce honey are the most well-known.

With the changes to the dietary guidelines asking you to limit your intake of sugar, what is your best option to choose? Of course …

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Eat your eggs, drink your coffee! Just don’t add sugar to the coffee!

The new Dietary Guidelines for Americans are recommendations that our government updates every five years  and the newest updates have arrived with a few of the changes that are surprising.

Eat your eggs and be happy! There is no longer a limit on daily cholesterol intake. Although the daily limit has been banished, intake should …

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