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YHE-0029
10 Steps To Good Jelly
This leaflet explains the boiling down jelly making method. Another popular method is the commercial pectin method. If you would like to try the commercial pectin method, follow the directions o ...

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HE-0118
3 Recipes for 1 Chicken
A good diet for your family contains poultry, meat, fish, eggs, cheese, or dried beans or peas every day, as well as milk, bread, fruits, and vegetables. This eight-page publication contains instructi ...

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EFNEP-0137
4 EFNEP Bookmarks


Cost is to cover shipping and printing.

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YHE-0226
A Taste Of Tex-Mex
It’s fun to fix food for your friends, your family, and yourself. Tex-Mex foods are good to eat and fun to make. Try these recipes and think of your own menu. Include servings from all food groups. ...

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HE-0826
AIM (Alabama in Motion)

Announcing..... An easy and fun way to burn fat, lose weight, ward off heart disease and diabetes, strengthen your bones and muscles, reduce the risk of certain cancers, lower your blood pre ...


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HE-0579
Alabama Blueberries
Blueberry production, mostly of the rabbiteye type, is increasing in Alabama. At present about 400 acres of blueberries are produced annually. This brochure offers tips on handling and freezing bluebe ...

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CRD-0080
Alabama Home*A*Syst: Home Drinking Water
Why be concerned? Water is necessary to support life. Water makes up about 70 percent of the liquids found in our body. We must drink fresh water every day, and we depend on water to cook, clean, wat ...

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HE-0574
Alabama Led The Way: Expanded Food And Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP)
The Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP), conducted throughout the nation by Extension, began in 1968. However, EFNEP actually was an expansion of a pilot project conducted in fiv ...

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HE-0576
Alabama Peaches
Thirty to forty varieties of peaches are grown commercially throughout Alabama. The harvest season begins in South Alabama in early May and is completed in North Alabama in early September. Alabama pr ...

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ANR-0833
Alabama Seafood Facts
Gulf of Mexico fishermen harvest many species of seafood. The four most economically valuable forms landed in Alabama are shrimp, blue crabs, oysters, and fish. Alabama seafood processors, in turn ...

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