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Food » Consumer Preparation and Preservation

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  • MF3214
    MF3214
    Volunteer Quantity Cooking Safety, Leader's Guide

    Most cooks for large community or family events are volunteers and inexperienced in food safety practices for cooking in large quantities. This leader's guide includes recommendations for teaching the lesson and hands-on examples and exercises. 4-page, b/w.

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  • MF3213
    MF3213
    Volunteer Quantity Cooking Safety, Fact Sheet

    Most cooks for large community or family events are volunteers and inexperienced in food safety practices for cooking in large quantities. Avoid food safety hazards by following the tips in this fact sheet. Includes safety recommendations for all phases of planning, preparing and storing food from a large event. 4-page, color.

    $1.00
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  • MF3209
    MF3209
    Meat Product Labeling and Marketing: What Do All Those Words Really Mean?

    Meat product labels include terms that may be confusing to consumers. This publication explains terms such as "natural," "organic," or "grass-fed," as well as explaining the USDA meat grading system and other product claims. 8-page, color.

    $4.40
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  • MF3173
    MF3173
    Dry Meat Safely at Home

    Drying is the world's oldest and most common food preservation method, but foodborne illness from eating homemade jerky raises concerns about safety. Follow these techniques to dry meat safely at home. 2-page, color.

    $1.15
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  • MF3172
    MF3172
    What’s Your Elevation?

    The elevation of Kansas rises gradually from east to west, which affects everyday cooking and baking, as well as home-canning. Know your local elevation to help you preserve foods safely. Includes an elevation map of Kansas. 2-page, color.

    $0.80
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