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1. History of Federal Nutrition Education : Learn more about the history of federal nutrition education at the National Agricultural Library (id:5892863)

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2. Calories in + calories out = calorie balance (id:1333562)

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3. Dark-green veggies in the house tonight! (id:1759195)

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4. Don't run on empty-- : get a great start with school breakfast! : Allyson Felix, member, President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition, Olympic track and field sprinter (id:1759205)

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5. Don't run on empty-- : get a great start with school breakfast! : Allyson Felix, member, President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition, Olympic track and field sprinter (id:1759206)

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6. Food safety mini-posters (id:1759193)

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7. MyPlate holiday makeover : visit choosemyplate.gov for healthier options during the holidays (id:1333571)

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8. Start your day strong and be your best with a healthy breakfast! : Dominique Dawes, Co-chair President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition, Olympic gymnast (id:1759202)

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9. Start your day strong and be your best with a healthy breakfast! : Dominique Dawes, Co-chair President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition, Olympic gymnast (id:1759203)

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10. Start your engine strong by fueling up with a healthy breakfast! : Carl Edwards, member, President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition, NASCAR champion (id:1759204)

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11. Take your game to the next level (id:1759191)

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12. They're tasty and they know it! (id:1759192)

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13. Want to eat smart to play hard? (id:1759201)

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14. You've got the power! (id:1759190)

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15. A healthy breakfast can help you succeed in the classroom! : Michelle Kwan, member President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition, Olympic figure skater (id:1759199)

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16. A lot can happen when you eat your colors (id:1759197)

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17. 60 minutes or more a day : where kids live, learn, and play (id:1759417)

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18. Aliméntate bien para jugar con ganas : usa MiPlato para ayudarte a consumir alimentos de cada grupo alimentico (id:1759416)

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19. Eat smart to play hard : use MyPlate to help you fuel up with foods from each food group (id:1759194)

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20. Eat smart to play hard : use MyPlate to help you fuel up with foods from each food group (id:1759196)

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21. Healthy eating for preschoolers (id:1759418)

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22. At school, at home, eating out : make half your plate fruits & vegetables (id:1759200)

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23. MyPyramid for preschoolers : eat right, exercise, have fun (id:1758930)

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24. MyPyramid for preschoolers : eat right, exercise, have fun (id:1759407)

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25. What should I eat? : MyPyramid for moms (id:1333639)

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26. Food for a day : putting it all together (id:1759314)

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27. It's up to you : decide what you will eat (id:1759415)

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28. Anatomía de MiPirámide : MyPyramid.gov : pasos hacia una mejor salud (id:1333696)

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29. Anatomy of MyPyramid : MyPyramid.gov : steps to a healthier you (id:1333668)

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30. Food guide pyramid : a guide to daily food choices (id:1759165)

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31. Elementos nutritivos y alimentos para la salud (id:7258211)

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32. Food chart : child care food program (id:5804415)

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33. Guia para comer mejor : a daily guide for good nutrition (id:6888226)

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34. Nutrients and foods for health (id:7258210)

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35. Braising a fowl ... in a covered roaster ... in a casserole (id:1759440)

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36. Broiling a young bird .. : 1. split broilers down the back, or quarter ... -- 2. ... place skin side down on a rack, and broil at moderate heat-- 3. Turn, baste frequently with melted fat ... -- 4. ... and serve hot off the grid (id:1759435)

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37. Cooking poultry : broil .. fry ... roast--young tender birds : chickens--broilers, fryers, roasters -- ducklings -- young turkeys, geese, guineas, squabs -- braise ... steam ... stew -- older birds .. (id:1759434)

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38. Roasting young duck .. (id:1759439)

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39. Roasting young turkey ... 10 to 14 pounds (id:1759438)

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40. Stewing a fowl ...... the start for many a good dish (id:1759441)

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41. Stuffing and trussing .. (id:1759437)

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42. To fry chicken ... in shallow fat -- in deep fat (id:1759436)

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43. Boys and girls : join the clean plate club ... remember the less food we waste here-- the more there will be to sent over there (id:6839335)

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44. Calcium, Builds Bones, Teeth, and is Needed by All Tissues of the Body (id:7464908)

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45. Food makes the difference in these twin rats : the following charts show the importance of some of the better known nutrients essential for human health (id:7258213)

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46. Growth : a measure of good nutrition : rats are used for nutrition studies because they will eat the same foods we do and quickly show the effect of good and bad diets (id:7258212)

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47. IRON, needed by the body to build red blood (id:7258214)

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48. "Good Easts" : dry! can! pickle! Preserve! : why not ... : everybody's slogan "Eat freely of perishable products and sparingly of staple" (id:6839336)

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49. Boiling water bath : if you don't have a canner and can't buy one -- look for a large deep vessel with a cover .. (id:1759443)

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50. Boiling water bath for fruits, tomatoes--pressure canner for corn, beans, peas, etc (id:1759442)

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51. Can all you can : it's a real war job! (id:6239011)

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52. Canning time table : the clock ... (id:1759461)

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53. Cooking with soya flour and grits ... (id:1759431)

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54. Don't .. (id:1759460)

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55. For health-- eat some food from each group-- every day! (id:6245193)

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56. For more hearty soups--add soya : for something new in sandwich spreads, add soya (id:1759433)

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57. Fruits in and out of boiling water bath .. (id:1759453)

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58. Fruits packing and sealing .. (id:1759452)

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59. Fruits preparation .. (id:1759451)

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60. Fruits selection and preparation .. (id:1759450)

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61. Get the good-- from your food : heat-- air-- water-- take their toll, keep all three under control (id:1759217)

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62. Jars, caps, rubbers : inspects your jars for cracks and nicks, wash clean in hot soapy water -- to test for airtight seal fill jar with hot water ... adjust cap .. tilt : typical jars and tops .. (id:1759444)

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63. Soya--a good mixer with meat : 4-egg omelet with soya serves six (id:1759432)

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64. Testing, labeling, storing .. (id:1759459)

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65. Tomatoes : selection and preparation -- choose fresh, firm, ripe tomatoes-- watch out for decay ... wash thoroughly -- dip in scalding hot water then in cold ... for easy peeling (id:1759445)

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66. Tomatoes in and out the bath .. (id:1759449)

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67. Tomatoes packing --- pack hot tomatoes into hot jars ... work quickly, leave 1/2 inch head space, add salt, work out air bulbes with a knife (id:1759447)

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68. Tomatoes preparation .. (id:1759446)

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69. Tomatoes sealing .. (id:1759448)

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70. Vegetables into the pressure canner .. : keep pressure steady (id:1759457)

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71. Vegetables out of the pressure canner .. (id:1759458)

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72. Vegetables packing -- sealing .. (id:1759456)

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73. Vegetables preparation .. (id:1759455)

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74. Vegetables selection and preparation .. (id:1759454)

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75. Why is soya a valuable addition to our food supply? because ... try soya grits with meat, fish, and eggs, try soya flour in bread, soups, and sandwich spreads (id:1758894)

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76. Cooked meat, poultry, and fish (id:1759221)

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77. Fresh fruits are best in season : with care-- they'll keep within reason (id:1759224)

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78. Get the good-- from eggs (id:1759234)

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79. Get the good-- from fats (id:1759235)

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80. Get the good-- from fruit (id:1759219)

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81. Get the good-- from meat (id:1759231)

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82. Get the good-- from meat (id:1759232)

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83. Get the good-- from poultry (id:1759233)

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84. Get the good-- from vegetables (id:1759226)

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85. Get the good-- from vegetables (id:1759227)

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86. Get the good-- from vegetables (id:1759230)

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87. Join the ranks : fight food waste in the home : buy to save, serve to save, store to save (id:1759216)

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88. Meat, poultry, fish are full of flavor, a cold dry place is what they favor (id:1759220)

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89. Milk and eggs--nature's food : clean, covered, cold--will stay good! (id:1759218)

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90. Save every drop of oil or fat (id:1759222)

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91. Sugar-- flour-- cereal-- spice (id:1759229)

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92. To keep bread, cake, and cookies nice : protect from insects, mold, and mice (id:1759228)

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93. Wilt not-- waste not-- : fresh vegetables (id:1759223)

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94. A cool airy place to suit hardy vegetables and fruit (id:1759225)

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95. Braising a less-tender steak : you can turn many another low-cost cut into such braised dishes as casserole and brown stew (id:1759241)

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96. Broiling tender steaks and chops .. : whether broiling by direct heat or pan-broiling, sear quickly then finish at moderate heat (id:1759239)

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97. Do you know meat cuts and cook according to the cut? : tender cuts ... : less-tender cuts ... (id:1759236)

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98. Ground meat in savory ways : after grinding less-tender meat you can broil or roast it as if it were tender (id:1759242)

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99. Pot-roasting a less-tender cut : long, slow cooking with a lid to hold in the steam is the way to make tough meat tender (id:1759240)

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100. Roasting a tender cut .. : the easy, modern way to cook any tender roast of beef, lamb, or pork, with a good covering of fat (id:1759237)