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Bake Those Brussels Sprouts

Posted on July 18, 2022

These “mini green cabbages” often get a bad rap, but it’s actually not their taste, but the preparation that’s the problem! When made correctly, these vitamin-packed veggies have a delicious nutty flavor that many love. Part of the cruciferous…

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Cool as A Cauliflower

Posted on June 27, 2022

Watch Chef Sandmann of Shelton Public Schools prepare some delicious Buffalo Cauliflower for this Harvest of the Month feature.   Cauliflower is a cool cruciferous veggie that is high in nutrients while low in calories, making it a favorite…

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The Scoop on Vitamin D

Posted on June 13, 2022

You may know vitamin D as the sunshine vitamin because our bodies can absorb it from the sun’s UVB rays, but that’s only half of the story. Vitamin D is important because it works with calcium and is necessary for strong, healthy bones. Without…

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Krazy for Kale

Posted on May 23, 2022

Chef Tyrell Jones from New Britain educates on the importance of kale while featuring a delicious recipe: Kale Power Bowl. What can we say about kale? Some people love it; others are not as enthused about it. But there is a lot to love about the…

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Run for Fun

Posted on May 9, 2022

Some people love to run, others not so much. However, running has a multitude of great health benefits, including the ability to make you happier! “Runners high” is a real thing; it’s the rush of happy hormones (endorphins, serotonin, dopamine) you…

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Acai: Nature’s “Purple Gold”

Posted on April 25, 2022

Chef Tyrell Jones of New Britain Public Schools shares a Harvest of the Month Acai Bowl recipe that's sure to delight your spring senses!   Acai is one of the most modern superfoods to receive attention for its nutritional “powers.” Native to…

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Breathe the Stress Out

Posted on April 11, 2022

In honor of Stress Awareness Month, let’s talk about breath control. Each person encounters a different type and/or amount of stress each day, whether from home, school, work, relationships or whatever comes up in between. People also respond to…

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Creating Value in Uncertain, Transitional Times

Posted on April 7, 2022

Preparing for Change As expected, the 2022-23 school year was not going to be short of volatility and uncertainty. In early March, congress elected to not extend the free school meals program under the SSO for this upcoming school year. Many…

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