Monthly Archives: April 2016

The Wonderful World of Carrots

By Angela Torrence, ASU Nutrition Student   October through February is prime carrot season in Arizona, so don’t hesitate to get out those carrots and use them to your heart’s content! Despite the cooler weather season of carrots, you can … Continue reading

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Yum! Gluten-Free Almond Muffins made with Coconut flour

By Lisa Kaschmitter, Arizona State University Nutrition Student   For those sensitive to this duel protein, gluten has become a feared substance around the country and here in Arizona over the past few years. Gluten is a part of most … Continue reading

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Let’s Cook with Lemons

By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern Lemons are one of the many tasty fruits in season in spring. A favorite of Arizonans, the lemon can be used in many different dishes to create culinary works of art. It’s not … Continue reading

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Breakfast Pizza

By Mariely Lopez, a Nutrition Communication Undergrad at Arizona State University   What better way to start your morning than with pizza? A breakfast pizza jammed packed with nutrient dense, fresh vegetables! This recipe has been one of my favorites … Continue reading

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Spring and Summer Ice Pops

By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern As the weather heats up, I find myself looking for different ways to keep cool. I’ll turn the air-conditioning up in my house, drink lots of water, and jump in the pool, but … Continue reading

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