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Tag: Food Safety

EFNEP Makes a Difference

If you are interested in learning more about the EFNEP program please call (850)926-3931 or email Sherry Balchuck at sbalchuck@ufl.edu | Shelley Swenson at sswenson@ufl.edu. Both ladies will gladly assist you with any questions or interests that you may… Read More

Preserving Food: It is Not Like In Grandma’s Day

Shelley Swenson Franklin/Wakulla County Family and Consumer Sciences Agent UF/IFAS Home canning has changed greatly in the 170 years since it was introduced as a way to preserve food. Grandma may have cooked her green… Read More

FABULOUS FOOD COOKING CLASS: No Time to Cook!

Eating healthy meals doesn’t mean you need to spend hours in the kitchen! A little planning, a  well-stocked kitchen and these quick-fix tricks will help get healthy meals on your table with minimal effort.  Learn… Read More

Family Nutrition in Action: July 2013 Issue

IN THIS ISSUE: Click here to view article… ♦   Check out ChooseMyPlate.gov ♦   Food Safety in the Sun ♦   Thrill of the Grill ♦   Veggie Corner: Kale ♦   Recipe: “Green Slime” Smoothie and Kale Chips… Read More

Cleaning and Sanitizing Surfaces and Toys

Dangerous germs – like hepatitis A and rotavirus – can live on surfaces for several weeks. Clean and sanitize!!!!! If someone touches those surfaces, germs can get on the person’s hands and then be transferred… Read More

Family Nutrition In Action

IN THIS ISSUE: Lead Your Heart to Health Choose Dark Chocolate Veggie Corner: Cabbage Recipe: Simple Coleslaw

FCS Event! Wakulla County “SOUP”ER BOWL!

Come party with us at the Wakulla County “Soup”er Bowl! Event to be held at the following time, date, and location: Thursday, January 10, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EST) $15 registration fee… Read More

Food Safety Over The Holiday Season

Resist Temptation: Don’t Eat Raw Dough!   As gooey and delicious as it might look, eating raw cookie dough could make you very sick. When handling raw cookie dough, keep these safety tips in mind: