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Soup: The next Greatest Diet or just Another Fad?

Lori Meszaros, Recent Arizona State University Nutrition Student   “Nutrient dense power meals wherever you go, feed, not starve your body, nourish your body… Incorporating delicious soups into your everyday diet is easy with Soupure.” Breakfast, lunch and dinner soups … Continue reading

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Let’s Celebrate Arizona Grown Leafy Greens

November is the month of gratitude and if there is one thing we have to be grateful for here in Arizona it is the abundance of locally grown leafy greens produced during the fall and winter months. While you might … Continue reading

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50 Ways to Use Pears

Pears belong to the same family as many other fruits like apples, cherries, peaches and plums. Most pears sold in the U.S. have a specific ‘pear’ shape, with a round body that tapers up to a thinner, longer neck. Pears … Continue reading

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30 Things to Do With Kale

If there is one thing that is “hot” in the world of leafy greens right now, it is kale. This dark leafy green vegetable has been rapidly increasing in popularity in the United States over the past two years and … Continue reading

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Our Top 7 Fall Comfort Foods on Fill Your Plate

Fall is a time for rustic flavors and hearty, comforting dishes. As root vegetables, squash, and hearty greens like kale and arugula come into season they will be easy to find at local farmers’ markets and in the produce section … Continue reading

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