Tag Archives: Sweet

Artificial Sweeteners: Good or Bad?

By Tim Nordberg, Arizona State University Nutrition Student There seems to be a new fad diet every year.  For a while, everyone seemed to be worried about cutting carbohydrates from their diet but now it seems everyone is concerned about … Continue reading

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What’s Trending Now: Edible Cookie Dough

By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern When I was little, my mom would let me lick the bowl clean after she had mixed cake batter, brownie batter, or cookie dough. Most kids I know licked the bowl clean, too … Continue reading

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Ode to the Pumpkin

Pumpkin is in the squash family and can easily be baked to prepare the pulp for use in pumpkin recipes.  Choose a sweet pie pumpkin or other cooking pumpkin for best results.  That jack-o-lantern pumpkin, if still fresh, can also … Continue reading

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Mini Pear Pies: A New Fall Favorite

By Lisa Kaschmitter, recent Arizona State University Nutrition Student   Fall is just around the corner and for those of us in love with this time of year, we’re already gathering our favorite recipes with plans to cook. A fall … Continue reading

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3 Liquid Sweeteners You Need to Know More About

By Angela C Torrence, ASU Nutrition Student   I was about to put honey in my tea when I realized agave nectar might have a better flavor for that particular tea. That’s when I questioned, putting flavor aside, which liquid … Continue reading

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