Tag Archives: milk
If You Can’t Drink Dairy, What about the Alternatives?
By Heide Kennedy, Arizona Farm Bureau Communications Intern Growing up, I absolutely loved drinking milk. There was nothing like a big glass of ice-cold milk first thing in the morning, or even throughout the day. But as I’ve gotten older, … Continue reading
How to Support Arizona Ranchers
By Sarah Hunt, AZFB Communications Intern Arizona ranchers were also affected by the pandemic. Similar to farmers who do farmers markets, ranchers also sell their meat directly to customers, fresh and unprocessed by grocery store suppliers. Here are … Continue reading
Homemade Strawberry Julius Recipe
By Sarah Hunt, AZFB Communication Intern Photo: Photo MIX-Company via Pixabay Although it’s now October and fall is almost upon us, it still feels like summer with the 100/90 degree Arizona weather. My mom started making these Strawberry Julius’s … Continue reading
Easter in Greece
By Kevann Jordan A Recent ASU Nutrition Student In Greece, Easter is one of the most celebrated holidays. While we know it as the celebration of Christ’s resurrection, in Greece it is also the end of Lent and directly after … Continue reading
Dairy, is it only for strong bones?
By Kevann Jordan a Recent ASU Nutrition Student Cows provide a great source of revenue for Arizona. According to Netstate.com “Arizona’s top five agricultural products are cattle and calves, lettuce, dairy products, cotton, and hay.” (http://www.netstate.com/economy/az_economy.htm) But what is so … Continue reading