Easter Menu Ideas

Bunnies and baskets and peeps… Oh my! Easter is right around the corner! Whether it’s your first turn hosting Easter, or you’re a seasoned pro, you might be looking for some new dinnertime traditions. We’ve got easy-Easter menu ideas from all of your favorite bloggers to help this be a…

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Wheat beer in front of wheat and wood background

Picture this… It is bright beautiful spring day and you are at a baseball game. Nothing is better than the nice amber, bubbly and, most importantly, cold beverage we all know. Beer is much more than just a drink, but is a major part of the human race’s history. Water,…

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Photo: Whole wheat kernels.

A wheat berry is a whole wheat kernel, composed of the bran, germ, and endosperm. The outer layer of the wheat berry is called the bran, which contains fiber, B vitamins and other minerals. The germ is the plant’s embryo. The endosperm is the germ’s source of nutrition and contains…

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White vs. Whole Wheat Flour

This post originally appeared on BakerBettie.com. It has been republished here with permission. Baking Fundamentals Lesson #7: All About the Function of Flour in Baking Join the Baking Fundamentals Class: Sign up for this free course and get all of the lessons sent to your inbox. THE…

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Breads - Wheat Nutrition - Health Benefits of Wheat Foods | EatWheat.org

There are many health benefits of eating wheat foods. Fiber Fiber is one of the most needed nutrients for the human body. While it does not supply minerals, vitamins or calories, it benefits your digestive system. Having a high fiber diet can reduce the risk of heart disease, lowers risk…

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Looking for the perfect gift idea? Hint: the way to EVERYONE’s heart is some good food. We’ve got the easiest Food Gift Ideas from your favorite bloggers!

Who doesn’t love a fresh baked good in their life? If you’re looking to spread a little spring-time cheer, meet your newest neighbor or impress your new in-laws, Bake and Take Month in March is the celebration for you! Bake and Take Month has been an opportunity to share the…

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meat thermometer in burger on grill. shows importance of food safety.

  Cooking is a great hobby. What other activity do you do that you get to eat what you make? But sometimes even the best of intentions can run amok. We all know somebody who has had food poisoning, but what are some food safety rules that can prevent you…

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New Year, New You? As a Registered Dietitian I hate the word DIET! Yes, you heard that right: I don’t believe in diets. You’re probably asking yourself: How can a professional that literally has “diet” in the title DIETitian not support dieting?

As a Registered Dietitian I hate the word DIET! Yes, you heard that right: I don’t believe in dieting. You’re probably asking yourself: How can a professional that literally has “diet” in the title DIETitian not support diets? Enjoy your Food, Don’t Fear It Diets are often restrictive in nature…

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Ancient grains? Heritage varieties? What grain is what? This is aegilops tauschii is one of the three plants that bred together to create modern bread wheat.

Nothing is more symbolic of American agriculture than the image of a wheat field ready to be harvested. The golden heads of wheat arching dramatically towards the ground. They are heavy with the grain that will be crafted into quality food for a quality population. This abundant sea of gold…

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Family eating meal together. Eat Better. Eat Together.

When was the last time you sat down to eat together with your family at home? October is National Eat Better, Eat Together Month. It’s a great time to start enjoying meals together if you’re not already. Eating together as a family allows children and adults to focus on the…

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