Monthly Archives: November 2015
Here are 7 Reason to Love Teff!
By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern Teff is a product that not many people are familiar with. It was first discovered in ancient Ethiopia and is a kind of grass. There are many varieties that can be differentiated by … Continue reading
Fermented Foods: Good or Gross?
By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern Food has been fermented for centuries. It started out as a necessity for our ancestors, who had no way of keeping food fresh, but has since turned into a health revolution. Fermentation started … Continue reading
Fill Your Plate is Mobile!
By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern I got on my phone earlier today to show my friend a recipe on fillyourplate.org, and to my surprise, it had become mobile-friendly! I knew it was in the works to launch a … Continue reading
Not Another Pumpkin Pie!
By Angela C Torrence, ASU Nutrition student Warmth, fall, pumpkins, Thanksgiving and Christmas all come to mind when thinking of November and December in Arizona. The pumpkin patches overflow and we have to wonder, whatever should we do when we … Continue reading
Snacking Right During Football Season
By Veronica De Lira, Arizona State University Nutrition Student We’re in the thick of football season, which means one thing: snacks! Everyone knows football and snacks go hand in hand. Unfortunately, with so many games it can lead us to … Continue reading