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Healthy Cooking with Fresh Herbs
View Online Slide Show / Download FREE PowerPoint
Alice Henneman, MS, RD, Extension Educator - Nutrition, University of Nebraska–Lincoln Extension
Joanne Kinsey, MS, Family & Community Health Sciences Educator, Rutgers Cooperative Extension
Sarah Browning, MS, Extension Educator - Horticulture, University of Nebraska–Lincoln Extension
Questions or Comments? Email Alice Henneman
Change the taste and appearance of your foods from "ordinary" to "extraordinary" by adding fresh herbs.
Learn about cooking with (and planting!) fresh herbs and / or teach others. Over 100 beautiful slides!
- Viewing our online slide show (Item 1)
- Viewing or downloading an accompanying handout (Item 2)
- Downloading the related PowerPoint (Item 3)
►Get the code from SlideShare for embedding this slide show in your own blog or website. IMPORTANT: So related slide show don't appear when you embed these slides: (1) After you click on "embed," click on "customize," (2) Choose the size you want, and then (3) check "without related content."
Item 2: View or download related handout
- Download "Fresh Herbs - A Picture of Healthy Eating"
Gives herb / food combination charts plus much of the basic information provided in the slide show and PowerPoint.
Item 3. Download FREE "Healthy Cooking with Fresh Herbs PowerPoint"
Here are some comments from people who have downloaded these slides and how they will help teach healthy eating.
- "The slides reinforced the message of using these culinary treasures to enhance food to help with reducing salt and sugar and fat."
- "Good use of herbs for seasoning rather than salt."
- "Herbs add color and flavor to everyday foods."
Here's how to download this FREE PowerPoint -- follow these 3 simple steps:
- First VIEW the slide show in Item 1 (takes about 3-5 minutes).
- COMPLETE the short anonymous survey BELOW (takes about 1 minute) and CLICK DONE.
- SCROLL BACK UP THIS PAGE to where the survey began to see the link to the PowerPoint.
THANK YOU! If you have problems downloading the PowerPoint, Email Alice Henneman.