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Venison, Is It For You? - Articles Articles

Venison, Is It For You?

Richard Kralj, M Ed., RDN, LDN

Venison is growing in popularity as a good source of animal protein. Learn the health benefits of including venison into your diet. More
Safe Handling of Venison is Easy with Advance Planning
Safe Handling of Venison is Easy with Advance Planning - Articles Articles
This article looks at game from a food safety perspective and provides tips for safe handling of wild-harvested venison. More
Harvesting and Preserving Herbs and Spices for Use in Cooking
Harvesting and Preserving Herbs and Spices for Use in Cooking - Articles Articles

Harvesting and Preserving Herbs and Spices for Use in Cooking

Elsa Sanchez, Ph.D., Kathy Kelley, Ph.D.

Instead of relying on herbs and spices purchased from the grocery store, gardeners can grow, harvest, and preserve their own. More
A Consumer's Guide to Edible Flowers
A Consumer's Guide to Edible Flowers - Articles Articles
Edible flowers can be used to add color, fragrance, and flavor to salads, soups, entrees, desserts, and drinks. More
Tips on Preventing Foodborne Illness
Tips on Preventing Foodborne Illness - Articles Articles
Food can be a source of great pleasure, but it also can be dangerous if it is not handled and prepared correctly. More
What You Should Know About Sprouts
What You Should Know About Sprouts - Articles Articles
Food and Drug Administration has advised consumers to be aware of the risks associated with eating raw sprouts. More
Proper Care and Handling of Fruits and Vegetables
Proper Care and Handling of Fruits and Vegetables - Articles Articles
Follow the guidelines in this article to make sure that the fresh fruits and vegetables you’re serving are safe. More
Proper Care and Handling of Fish from Stream to Table
Proper Care and Handling of Fish from Stream to Table - Articles Articles
To reduce the risk of food-borne illness, people who fish need to handle, process, and prepare their catch properly, being careful to prevent contamination from the stream to the table. More
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Gluten-Free Diets - Articles Articles
Gluten-free diets are recommended for those with Celiac disease and often those experiencing a gluten sensitivity. More
How to Store Water for Drinking or Cooking
How to Store Water for Drinking or Cooking - Articles Articles

How to Store Water for Drinking or Cooking

Cathy F. Bowen, Ph.D., Bryan Swistock

Storing water for an emergency is simple, especially when the water is not contaminated. Here are some guidelines for storing water. More
Cuts of Venison Poster
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Enjoy your venison the proper way. More
The Temperature Danger Zone: 41–140°F (5–60°C)
Proper Field Dressing and Handling of Wild Game and Fish - Articles Articles
This publication describes the importance of temperature control and gives detailed instructions for safe field dressing and transporting of deer, small animals, and game birds. More
Proper Care and Handling of Venison from Field to Table
Proper Care and Handling of Venison from Field to Table - Articles Articles
To reduce the risk of foodborne illness, hunters need to handle, process, and prepare deer properly, being careful to prevent contamination from field to table. More
Safe Handling of Irradiated Meats and Poultry
Safe Handling of Irradiated Meats and Poultry - Articles Articles
Although the process of irradiation eliminates many pathogenic organisms from meats and poultry, these products still must be handled properly to ensure food safety. More
Reducing E. coli Infections in People
Reducing E. coli Infections in People - Articles Articles
This article discusses ways to avoid illness when handling animals or visiting exhibitions or farms. More
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