National Food Day

National Food Day (10/24) was developed to encourage Americans to eat healthier and make more nutritious food choices. If you’re wondering how you can participate in National Food Day, here are some tips:

    • Read food labels closely. If there is a word you cannot pronounce, return the item to the shelf.
    • Try a food you’ve never eaten before. You might surprise yourself!
    • While it’s too late to plant a garden in most of the US, you can grow fresh herbs right on your windowsill.
    • Shop the perimeter of the grocery store where the freshest foods tend to be.
    • Look for a healthier way to cook your favorite foods. A simple tip might be exchanging corn oil for extra virgin olive oil.

Here are some healthier recipes we’ve featured on Cooked on Propane to help you get started:

Grilled Veggie Pasta Salad

Turkey Vegetable Soup

Grilled Carrots with a Twist

Cranberry Almond Cauliflower Stuffing

Orange Glazed Salmon Steak

Using Herbs in Your Cooking

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