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Cocoa – A drink to your health

When the snow begins to fall and temperatures take a dip, a hot cup of cocoa does more than just warm you up.  This ancient drink traces its history back 2000 years ago to the Mayans. The taste back then would have been significantly different – can you imagine the taste of of cocoa seed paste, water, cornmeal,…

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By Cheryl Mussatto, MS, RD, LD | Dec 9, 2015

3 keys to building a strong immune system

Winter is approaching fast and that means sharing close quarters with people and their germs, putting our immune systems at risk. Your immune system is your body’s own personal department of defense, armed and ready to fight off any foreign substance wanting to cause you harm. But if it’s not fully functioning, you become more…

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By Cheryl Mussatto, MS, RD, LD | Dec 2, 2015

Show thanks by wasting less food

I confess: I have wasted food in my lifetime.  And, so have you.  Admit it.  Remember the moldy cheese you found lurking in the back of the fridge or the limp lettuce hiding in the crisper?  All of us has tossed, thrown out or disposed of food that was uneaten at one point or another. …

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By Cheryl Mussatto, MS, RD, LD | Nov 25, 2015

MEET A FARMER WHO FEEDS YOU

It’s time to talk turkey – Thanksgiving turkeys that is!  Meet John Crisp from Americus, Kansas.  John is extremely well-versed on raising organic food and has taught sustainable and organic agriculture classes at Flint Hills Technical College in Emporia, Kansas.   A lifelong farmer, John started raising turkeys 10 years ago.  He lives on what is…

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By Cheryl Mussatto, MS, RD, LD | Nov 23, 2015