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Container Gardening

Container Gardening

Container Gardening by Jane Y. Mills Why Container Garden ? Not as much work Doesn’t require a lot of space Easier Fun! Container Gardeners Can Be: People who live in apartments Homeowners with limited space Novice gardeners Busy people who still want a garden

By jaden
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RECALL THE FGP

RECALL THE FGP

RECALL THE FGP Exchanges and calculations of requirements What is an exchange list? A listing of the major types of nutrients in a given amount of food. Each food on a given list can be substituted for another on the same list Types Starch Other Carbs Fruit Vegetable

By Thomas
(413 views)

MENU NOV 24 th – 26 th , 2008

MENU NOV 24 th – 26 th , 2008

MENU NOV 24 th – 26 th , 2008 Monday, NOV 24 th LUNCH – Chicken Noodle Soup, Chicken Enchiladas, Ham & Cheesewiches, Veggie Burgers, Brussel Sprouts, Carrots, French Fries DINNER – Philly Cheesesteaks, Goulash, Baked Potatoes, Zucchini & Tomatoes, Beets Tuesday, NOV 25 th

By Albert_Lan
(272 views)

The eatwell plate

The eatwell plate

PowerPoint 151. The eatwell plate. The eatwell plate. The eatwell plate shows the recommended balance of foods in the diet. The eatwell plate is based on 5 food groups. Bread, rice, potatoes, pasta and other starchy foods. Fruit and vegetables.

By liam
(554 views)

Fruits and Vegetables

Fruits and Vegetables

Fruits and Vegetables And everything you never thought you would learn about them…. Servings How many servings of vegetables should the average person have every day? 1 - 4 cups How many servings of fruit should the average person have every day? 1 – 2 ½ cups Nutrients

By johana
(459 views)

Gardening

Gardening

Gardening Introduction to Agriculture April - May 1999 Objectives Determining location. Understanding soils. Vegetables to grow. Controlling pests. Watering the garden. Designing the garden. Requirements for Garden Adequate sunlight Good drainage Fertile soil Convenient site

By bernad
(368 views)

Healthy Eating on a Budget

Healthy Eating on a Budget

Healthy Eating on a Budget . Created by Lindsay P. McDaniel, Dietetic Intern and Lindsey Willis, RD Modified by Jenna Steffen, medical student University of Nebraska Medical Center. Stay Healthy . Don’t sacrifice good nutrition when you’re on a budget

By HarrisCezar
(1022 views)

Food and Nutrition Service Office of Research and Analysis December 2008

Food and Nutrition Service Office of Research and Analysis December 2008

FNS Core Nutrition . Messages. Food and Nutrition Service Office of Research and Analysis December 2008. Messages: The Products. FNS Core Nutrition. 16 Core Messages Supporting Content on 3 Topics Implementation Guidebook Focus Group Reports. Core Messages .

By Olivia
(411 views)

Procuring Local, Sustainable Foods – Direct from the Farmer

Procuring Local, Sustainable Foods – Direct from the Farmer

Procuring Local, Sustainable Foods – Direct from the Farmer. Bringing green to your kitchen. Where do you begin?. Identify what type of food you want to purchase - Vegetables, Fruits, Meats. How will the foods fit into your current menu?

By Gideon
(264 views)

The eatwell plate

The eatwell plate

PowerPoint 151. The eatwell plate. The eatwell plate. The eatwell plate shows the recommended balance of foods in the diet. The eatwell plate is based on 5 food groups. Bread, rice, potatoes, pasta and other starchy foods. Fruit and vegetables.

By Roberta
(474 views)

Nutrients

Nutrients

PowerPoint 153. Nutrients. Nutrients. Food contains different substances that are needed for health. These are nutrients, water and fibre. All food and drink provide nutrients. Different types of foods provide nutrients in different amounts. Nutrients.

By Gideon
(449 views)

Most Tudor people ate quite well. The rich people had better food than the poor people.

Most Tudor people ate quite well. The rich people had better food than the poor people.

Tudor Food. Most Tudor people ate quite well. The rich people had better food than the poor people. . Meat and Fish. The main part of each meal was meat. They ate: Beef Lamb Pork Poultry Rabbit Deer Goat Wildfowl Rich people even ate swans!

By paul
(611 views)

Food Groups

Food Groups

Food Groups. Miller Health. ChooseMyPlate.gov. Grains Make at least half your grains whole!. How much is needed? Girls – 5oz per day Boys – 6oz per day What is an oz? Oz = ounce; an example of a one ounce serving is one slice of bread

By benjamin
(258 views)

Vegetables

Vegetables

Vegetables. Chapter 16 8 Classifications How much to eat Why?. Watch clip from Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGYs4KS_djg Huntington, WV Huntington has been called the unhealthiest city in America where nearly half of the adults are considered obese.

By Audrey
(248 views)

Nutrition and You

Nutrition and You

Nutrition and You. What you need to keep you healthy. Food Groups. You need each of the 6 food groups every day for best nutrition The groups are Grains Vegetables Fruits Milk and cheese Oils Meat and beans. Grains. Grains are breads and cereals Rice and pasta are also from grains

By albert
(237 views)

Side Dishes Good Enough to Stand Alone

Side Dishes Good Enough to Stand Alone

Side Dishes Good Enough to Stand Alone. Why Does the Diabetic Meal Plan Emphasize Starches, Vegetables and Fruits?. Servings of Starches, Vegetables and Fruits at Different Calorie Levels According to the Food Guide Pyramid.

By Albert_Lan
(200 views)

Preservation Technologies for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Tunisia: Cold storage, MAP and CAS

Preservation Technologies for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Tunisia: Cold storage, MAP and CAS

Preservation Technologies for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Tunisia: Cold storage, MAP and CAS. _______________________ Dr. Mohsen ACHOUR Higher Institute of Food Industries of Tunis (ESIAT, Tunisia) Istanbul,Turkey January 17-20, 2002 ________________________________________

By johana
(469 views)

ADVANTAGES OF DRIP IRRIGATION

ADVANTAGES OF DRIP IRRIGATION

ADVANTAGES OF DRIP IRRIGATION. INCREASED YIELD EARLY MATURITY WATER SAVING FERTILIZER SAVING INCREASED FERTILIZER USE EFFICIENCY BY CROP ENERGY SAVING LABOUR SAVING MARGINAL LAND & UNDULATED LAND CAN BE IRRIGATED USE OF SALINE WATER IS POSSIBLE FOR IRRIGATION REDUCED WEED GROWTH

By Jims
(1391 views)

Fruit and Vegetable Power

Fruit and Vegetable Power

Fruit and Vegetable Power. True/False Quiz. Apples, peaches, strawberries and oranges are types of fruits. True or False. True. Fruits and vegetables provide many different types of nutrients. True or False. True. Carbohydrates that provide energy are sugar and starch. True or False.

By omer
(276 views)

Vegetables

Vegetables

Vegetables. Unit Notes. Types of Vegetables. Tubers – potato Root – beets, turnips, carrots, radish Bulbs – chive, onion, garlic Stem – celery, mushrooms, asparagus Seeds – beans, peas, corn Flower – cauliflower, broccoli Leaves – Brussels sprouts, cabbage, lettuce

By jaden
(192 views)

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