In today’s go-go-go world, taking the time to prepare tasty and nutritious meals can seem like a luxury we don’t have. We’re here to show you that you can have the best of both worlds. Quick, delicious…satisfied. This project is great if you’re getting ready to live on your own for the first time.
In this project, you’ll learn:
- How to eat well on the run
- How to plan and prepare quick, nutritious and economical meals ahead of time
- To evaluate food based on its taste, nutrition and cost
- Dozens of quick recipes you can perfect and experiment with
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Sustainable Agriculture & Food Security
Snappy Snack Alternatives
Instead of a doughnut, try a bagel. Instead of a soda, drink some orange juice. Instead of pie, try pudding. Expand your snack vocabulary with this 4-H project!