Question by ceci388: beef stir fry recipe? or any recipe with beef and veggies?
does anyone have a recipe for beef stir fry or any recipe that contains beef and veggies? i was going to make lasagna but my boyfriend is now determined to be a healthy eater and im mexican n we don’t really know the term of ‘healthy eating’ haha. thx.
Answer by tastyland there are so many recipes with beef in http://www.tastyland.blogspot.com/
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North Charleston Elementary receives the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Grant. The grant Program is a federally assisted program providing free fruits and vegetables to students in participating elementary schools during the school day. The goal of the Fresh Fruit Vegetable Program is to improve children’s overall diet and create healthier eating habits to impact their present and future health.
NCES has been awarded a total of ,400 to purchase supplies and produce for the school year. The FFVP will help schools create healthier school environments by providing healthier food choices; expanding the variety of fresh fruits and vegetables children experience and consume; and help combat the childhood obesity epidemic.
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Question by WickedWednesday: any ideas incorporating low fat and healthier lifestyle menus ( ie lots of fruits and veggies)?
Answer by chef_renee64 For me, incorporating a lifestyle change in your healthier eating habits should start slowly at first. Thinner slices of bread, low fat dairy and cheeses, smaller portions for proteins and starches, smaller meals several times a day and always having healthy snacks readily available to eat. Microwave foods are quick, easy and full of fat, so we need to replace them with some healthy alternatives, but they have to be handy and already prepared. We are very busy people these days and the quickest way to eat healthy is to slow down and cook fresh, but if that can’t happen, then we have to change our lifestyle habits as well. Don’t buy that bag of chips, have a bowl of apples, oranges, bananas sitting there, you will eat what you have available. Have a produce bin with cut up carrot and celery sticks instead of Microwavable pizza roll ups. Have recyclable water bottles filled with juice and water instead of Pop and high sugar drinks. Yes, your family, work colleagues might fight at first and this will shock you as well, but if it’s all you have, they will eat it. I actually have done this to myself and yes, I’ve gotten a little mad that I didn’t have that big slice of Potato Bread in my house and only had that tortilla wrap, but I got used to it and now, look forward to it! Instead of starches at night, I only have veggies and salads with dinner and a couple of times a week, I have starches with dinner and even then, it’s only in a small amount or thrown right into the main dish, to control the amount I consumme. Well, I could rammble on for hours on this, but Kudo’s to you for starting……..and my Best of Luck to you and your family to start eating healthier!