When frequent trips to the grocery store are not ideal, shoppers might want to focus on produce that lasts the longest, and the LSU AgCenter can help.
The foods you eat now can help you have a healthy heart all your life. Eating too much fat when you’re young can lead to heart problems as you grow older. Help your heart by making healthy food choices. (PDF Format Only)
Blueberries are among the wild shrubs that produce edible berries – with others being cranberries, bilberries and cowberries. These berries are known for having important health benefits. Learn the uses and health benefits of blueberries in this publication. (PDF Format Only)
Fruits are high in natural acids and can be safely canned in a boiling water bath. Use these recommendations to safely can your fruits. (online only)
Research shows that fruit and vegetables are important to promoting good health. Here is information about why these foods are so nutritious and how to incorporate them into your diet.
If you're one of the many people who is buying and freezing foods in quantity to help combat rising food costs, don't let freezer burn defeat your efforts.
Soaring summer temperatures can be a great threat to active kids, resulting in dehydration and heat-related illness.
In time for summer grilling season, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has updated its recommendation for safely cooking solid cuts of pork.
Home-canned vegetables are safe, nutritious and good to eat – if canned properly. (PDF Format Only)
With the increased number of home gardens, more people are interested in freezing or canning surplus fruits and vegetables. Although freezing is one of the simplest and best ways to “put up” most fruits and vegetables, canning can be an economical way to preserve food at home. Use these to steps for safe home canning. (PDF Format Only)
Breakfast is usually considered the most important meal of the day, but one-fourth of children ages 6 to 11 miss that meal.