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Title:How Much is Enough (PDF|112KB)
Alt. Title:Store it Right
Pub. date: 2001
Includes: Handouts
Audience: Adults, Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description:How Much is Enough is a one page handout detailing number of servings per standard measurements for meat, chicken, fish, and canned tuna. The second page is a handout entitled "Store It Right." This handout discusses methods to safely store food.
Funding Source: USDA
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Developer: University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service
Use Restrictions: May copy for educational purposes.
Reviewers Comments: Both information sheets are in large print, black and white format. "How Much is Enough" contains a quiz question that can be used to teach how to find the most economical cut of meat using a comparison between two types of meat. "Store it Right" has an easy to understand pictorial representation of proper food storage techniques.
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PDF file in English: http://www.ca.uky.edu/agc/pubs/nep/nep205a/nep205a.pdf
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