Find more easy and healthy recipes at the Food Hero website. Food Hero strives to help low-income Oregonians improve their health via improving fruit and vegetable consumption. Available in English and Spanish.
The weekly Eat for Life classes, which began in March, have been taught in English by Katie Ahern, an Extension nutrition educator in Deschutes County, and in Spanish by Diana Cardenas, a nutrition educator in Linn County.
Chris Branam |
Apr 2, 2021 |
Credit Growing Healthy Kids Workgroup (Cropped from original)
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Q: I am aware that cooked poultry leftovers kept in the fridge should be consumed within three days. If I make a chicken noodle soup on the third day, for example, with the chicken simmering with stock and vegetables, will ...