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Happy Healthy Holidays

Have a happy and healthy holiday season with these timely tips for food safety and preparation recommendations from University of Nebraska Extension. Recipes do not endorse specific brand preference.
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Have you ever kept track of how those tiny tastes of food throughout the day, especially over the holidays, can add up. Follow along and see for yourself! Learn more about healthy eating at our University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension website: http://food.unl.edu

Tiny Tastes Can Total BIG CALORIES over the Winter Holidays

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Food Safety tips when handling Easter Eggs

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Lots of great food safety tips for springtime holidays from foodsafety.gov

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Tender, juicy roast beef for the holidays ... it's easy to make!

Oven Roasting Guidelines for Beef | UNL Food | University of Nebraska–Lincoln

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The cold winter weather and busy holiday schedules can make it challenging for squeezing in some physical activity each day. Here are a few tips!

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Need a quick and healthy holiday snack? Try a holiday bagel bite!

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These recipes for food mixes in jars are a healthy homemade holiday gift from the heart

FREE Holiday Food Mixes in a Jar PowerPoint and Recipe Handout | UNL Food | University of Nebraska–Lincoln

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Great ideas for healthy and fun holiday snacks!

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Helpful winter holiday tips: Food Preparation. Food Safety. Healthy Eating.

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Sending food gifts to the military? What you need to know.

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Can you pass this Thanksgiving Food Safety Quiz?

Avoid Guessing About Holiday Food Safety | UNL Food | University of Nebraska–Lincoln

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Thanksgiving Food Safety Infographic

Food Safety Education

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Read this before roasting your turkey to assure a ttasty Thanksgiving meal and use good food safety practices. #NebExt

Thanksgiving Food Preparation and Food SafetyTips | UNL Food | University of Nebraska–Lincoln

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Recipes for leftover turkey

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Save time and stress with these directions for how to cook a turkey the day before serving it.

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Heart-Healthy Holiday Traditions

Making Holiday Traditions Healthy

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Pumpkin Spice Smoothie

Pumpkin Spice Smoothie; 1/2 cup canned pumpkin, (not pie filling) 1/3 cup fat-free, plain yogurt 1/3 cup skim milk 2 Tbsp. rolled oats 2 tsp. honey 1/2 tsp. pumpkin pie spice 3-4 ice cubes

Pumpkin Spice Smoothie

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How to make roasted pumpkin seeds - in easy illustrated steps

How to make roasted pumpkin seeds - in easy illustrated steps

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Healthy Halloween Foods Made with Popcorn #NebExt

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Fun idea for a Halloween Party activity for kids where they make their own healthy treat. Add candy corn or other Halloween-inspired candies for the dash of sweet!

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Recommended freezer and refrigerator temperatures for food safety. #NebExt

Use a Refrigerator and a Freezer Thermometer | UNL Food | University of Nebraska-Lincoln

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Refreshing, 4th of July food made with blueberries, raspberries and yogurt stars. Serve as a salad or a light dessert.

Everything from basic nutrition facts to product and marketing information for a food business | UNL Food | University of Nebraska-Lincoln

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Enjoy this ice cream recipe made without raw eggs on the 4th of July so you don't have to worry about food safety. #NebExt

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Take our food safety quiz to insure you have a happy 4th of July! #NebExt

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This popsicle recipe makes a cool 4th of July Food #NebExt

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