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Seedless Watermelon

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Seedless watermelons are definitely easier to eat than watermelons with seeds – there is way less mess when you don’t have to worry about the seeds! Did you ever wonder how seedless watermelons are grown? Seedless Watermelon It seems pretty counter-intuitive. Watermelons are grown from seeds. So if a seedless watermelon plant doesn’t make seeds,…

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Is it Done Yet? Meat Cooking Temperatures

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Do you know how to tell if your meat is done cooking? You can’t always tell by looking, and different meats have different recommended internal temperatures. Use a Meat Thermometer Cooking meats fully is the best way to avoid food poisoning like Salmonella, Campylobacter, E. coli, and Yersinia. The best way to know if your…

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Lactose Free Milk

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There are so many lactose free drink options in the dairy case now. Most of them are non-dairy “milks.” But did you know that there is a dairy option that is lactose free? Read on to find out what lactose is and how it is removed to make lactose free dairy milk. Lactose Free Milk…

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How to Wash Fresh Produce

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Washing fresh fruits and vegetables is an important step to good food safety practices. It’s a fast and easy habit you can get into, right in your own kitchen. How to Wash Fresh Produce All fresh produce needs to be washed before you eat it, no matter where you got it from or how you’re…

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How Much Fat Is In Milk?

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If you buy milk – at all – you’re used to seeing the fat percent labels. Whole, 2%, 1%, and skim. We all know that whole milk has the most fat and skim milk has no fat. But how much is “the most”? And what do 2% and 1% really mean? How Much Fat Is…

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