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Feeding your Family when Both Parents Work

By Eric LeClair, Recent Arizona State University Nutrition Student  I live in a small California farm town called Taft. This town is full of large hard working families who are making a living so their children can succeed in whatever … Continue reading

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How Single Dads Incorporate Healthy Diet and Exercise Habits

By Eric LeClair, Recent Arizona State University Nutrition Student    Part two in a series.   Read part ONE.    Recently I had the opportunity to interview and write about the hardships and triumphs of multiple single moms who ran … Continue reading

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12 Non-Traditional Thanksgiving Recipes

By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern Thanksgiving is approaching fast, and whether you’re hosting the entire family or just a few friends, cooking can be a hassle. Putting together a full Thanksgiving meal takes a lot of preparation, and … Continue reading

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Tip for Sharing the Kitchen

By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern I have this problem in my kitchen, where when I am trying to cook, so is everyone else in my family, ALL AT ONCE. We can go days and days without meeting in … Continue reading

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Great Grandma Griffith’s Thanksgiving Stuffing

By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern If I were to ask you what the best Thanksgiving side dish is, what would you say? Stuffing, right? Well that’s good, because the recipe I’m sharing is the recipe to my great-great … Continue reading

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