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Mix It Up
to Expand Your Holiday Gift-Giving Dollar
Food Mixes in a Jar
FREE Recipe Handout, PowerPoint and Online Slide Show
Julie Garden-Robinson, PhD, RD, LRD
Food and Nutrition Specialist
North Dakota State University Extension Service
Alice Henneman, MS, RD
Extension Education Educator
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Questions or comments about this web page? Email Alice Henneman
Web address for accessing recipes: http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/pubs/yf/foods/fn1494.pdf
Email Julie Garden-Robinson if you have problems downloading the recipes.
Note: You do NOT need to download the recipes through the link in the slide show -- download them directly at the above link.
(Some of the features of the PowerPoint uploaded slightly differently to the slide show then they appear in the actual PowerPoint.)
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- Pulses: The Perfect Food (Peas • Lentils • Chickpeas) (Source: North Dakota State University)
- Bean-related teaching materials (the BeanCAP project) (Source: North Dakota State University)
- Food preparation materials, including more mix recipes (Source: North Dakota State University)
- Cooking with Dry Beans
- Vegetable of the Month: Beans (Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
- US Dry Bean Council