Monthly Archives: May 2012

Perfecting Your Pantry – 10 Things to Always Have on Hand

One of the best ways that families can stretch their food dollar is to cook their meals at home using fresh, locally grown Arizona ingredients.  But we all have very busy lives and it isn’t always possible to stay on … Continue reading

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What Diet, Geography, and Stroke Health Have In Common

It shouldn’t be a surprise that the different regions of the U.S. have different dietary patterns and different regional flavors and foods.  But can the place you live drive the food you eat and seriously impact your health?  A research … Continue reading

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What’s In Season in May?

One of the many great things about living in Arizona is the abundant access to locally grown produce almost all year round.  As we move into May, the farmer’s markets and grocery store bins are full of some of the … Continue reading

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Going Gluten Free Ain’t Always Easy

May is National Celiac Disease Awareness Month and organizations around the country will be working to raise awareness about the condition and how those who have it have learned to live with it.  Celiac disease causes damage to the lining … Continue reading

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Need a Speaker for Your Next Meeting or Event?

By Peggy Jo Goodfellow, Arizona Farm Bureau The Arizona Agriculturalist Speakers’ Bureau is a non-profit program aimed at educating you and me about safe, affordable and locally grown food. These farmers and ranchers are ready to share their story and … Continue reading

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