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Can You Re Freeze Meat Resources

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Eating Healthy on a Budget

When you’re on a tight budget, the thought of preparing tasty, healthy meals on a regular basis can seem daunting. Not only is it easy to get sucked in by grocery merchandising tricks, but it’s also normal for most of us to fall into...  Read more

Simple Ways to Preserve Fruits and Vegetables

Summer is the season for fresh produce—from your garden, the local farmers market, or nearby farms. It can be so tempting to buy in bulk—after all, you've waited all year for the perfect strawberry or tomato—and when you grow yo...  Read more

Shakin' It Up with the Skinny on Salt

Even if you are not a potato chip and pretzel junkie, you’re probably eating more salt than you realize. Sodium, the main ingredient in table salt, can hide in places you don’t suspect, like in ketchup, frozen dinners, instant hot cereals...  Read more

High Blood Pressure? Have a DASH of Spark

For years, battling high blood pressure meant throwing out the salt shaker and throwing on the sweatpants. We now know that there’s more to the picture. Exercise and maintaining a healthy weight have always been powerful tools for managing...  Read more

Slow and Easy Crockpot Cooking

How often do you find yourself starving when you get home at night? And how often, as a result, do you grab anything and everything in sight? Why does it seem like we can stay true to our diets so well during the day only to derail when we get home?...  Read more

Is it okay to freeze left over turkey? I am cooki
Updated 12/27/2014 4:43:07 PM

Is it okay to freeze left over turkey? I am cooking a 12 pound turkey today and will have a lot of left overs and would like to freeze some to use once a week for meals....  Read more

Day #1. Two frozen bananas sliced into half and co
Updated 12/21/2014 12:41:56 PM

Day #1. Two frozen bananas sliced into half and coated with low fat plain yogurt. Put them into the freezer and soon you will have a healthy snack. Sat fat 0.35g,sodium 3mg,cholesterol 7mg. Happy healthy snacking. Let me know how you like it family!...  Read more

How can I add meat to suggestions for meal plans?
Updated 12/17/2014 9:05:21 AM

How can I add meat to suggestions for meal plans? Thank you....  Read more

Meat
Updated 12/6/2014 5:02:32 PM

When you buy meat, do you look for organic/ farm grown animals? Or anything on the shelf?...  Read more

Introducing meat
Updated 12/4/2014 3:48:57 PM

I grew up as a pretty average American. Like many families, my dinners consisted of a meat and two sides. A little over 5 years ago I became vegetarian and I absolutely love it. I love everything about the vegetarian lifestyle. However, I am switchin...  Read more

Buy Family size

Even if you cook for only one or two buy the larger packs of meat, larger cans/packages of other foods and you can divide it up by portions or by quantity you usually use at once and freeze the rest or use in another recipe. This is much cheaper the...  Read more

Buy ahead of time

Buy a freezer or can your food and plan ahead (like in the old days of canning) - this will give you healthier options and saves money in the long run.Buy meat in bulk from a farmer or butcher - you will know where your animal comes from and have mea...  Read more

100% Meat Free Zone-Strict Vegetarian and Vegan

A Sparkteam for STRICT Vegetarians and Vegans. Vegetarians can be people that eat eggs/dairy. Vegans eat no animal products at all. Come to chat about life or get advice/support from other veg heads!...  Read more

Which is Better: Canned or Frozen Vegetables?

Fresh fruits and vegetables serve as a nutritional powerhouse for most healthy diets. Loaded with vitamins, minerals, fiber and phytochemicals, they also help protect against disease. Sure there are small health risks from pesticides, but those are e...  Read more

You Asked: ''What Are Some Ways to Reduce the Sodium in My Diet?''

Most Americans are encouraged to consume less than 2,300 milligrams of sodium each day. With certain disease conditions such as hypertension or congestive heart failure, 2,000 milligrams or less is encouraged. However, the average adult American take...  Read more





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