Monthly Archives: September 2013

30 Ways to Use Rice

Rice is the most widely eaten cereal grain on the planet and serves as the main staple in the diets of large sections of the population.  It is responsible for one fifth of all the calories consumed by people and … Continue reading

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When the Worst Happens, How Will You Feed Your Family?

September is National Preparedness Month which is a great opportunity to talk about what you can do to make sure your family is prepared for emergencies and unexpected events.  Here in Arizona, we don’t have to worry about the kinds … Continue reading

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How What You Eat Can Affect Your Skin

The grocery store shelves are full of lotions, creams, and cleansers that offer softer, suppler, moister, more radiant skin.  But if you really want to improve the way your skin looks and feels, you may be shopping in the wrong … Continue reading

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Ask a Farmer: How Do We Get Kids Interested in Farming?

Questions Moms Ask Arizona Farmers & Ranchers: Response to AZ Mom Question #7 “How do we get our kids interested in farming?”  (This was posed by a Mom that’s raising 4 boys on the farm with her husband) Getting your kids … Continue reading

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Honey: How Sweet It Is

If you look in your kitchen cupboards it is very likely that you will find a bottle of honey.  In the past, before sugar was widely and easily available, honey was the primary sweetener used in cooking and baking. Many … Continue reading

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