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2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Dairy FruitsVegetablesBeef Meal Planning & Labels
8 oz. glass 1 ½ oz. natural cheese 2 ounces of processed cheese 8 oz. yogurt
What is a serving size of dairy?
Low to medium heat
What temperature is used when cooking dairy products?
Which nutrient in dairy products should we try to get as little as possible of?
Scum, scorch and boil-over
What are three common problems that can occur when cooking milk?
Low fat dairy products
What type of dairy product do you purchase when you need to watch your fat intake?
1 medium sized piece of fruit ½ cup canned or cooked fruit 4 oz. fruit juice
What is a serving size of fruit?
Removes dirt, pesticide residue and exterior germs
What does washing your fruit remove?
Fresh or Frozen
What form of fruit is the most nutritious?
What causes some fruits to turn brown when they are cut?
Not the kind that rhymes but has a core with seeds wrapped around it
What is a pomme?
5 Servings a Day
How many servings a day does a teenager need of vegetables?
Fresh or Frozen
What are the most nutritious forms of vegetables?
Dark green leafy vegetables
What type of leafy vegetables will provide the most nutrients?
Vitamins, minerals and lots of antioxidants
What healthy substances do vegetables contain?
What method of cooking vegetables is the most nutritious?
z. cooked 4 oz. uncooked
What is a serving size of beef?
Grilling & rinsing of cooked ground beef
What can be done when cooking to remove the fat content of beef?
E. Coli 0157:H7
What is the food borne illness that can be found in mishandled ground beef?
What is the grade of beef that consumers generally buy at the grocery store?
What is the grade of beef that is “sale” meat?
Something sweet with something salty
What are examples of the meal planning principle of flavor?
Crunchy celery and soft mashed potatoes
What are examples of the meal planning principle of color?
Low sodium Low fat No trans fat Low sugar Low cholesterol High Protein
How can you determine if a product is “more” nutritious?
What is the type of grain that is the healthier choice?
What is on a label that would help a person not overeat any food product?
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