Apr
16
2014
Caroline Sullivan
Posted by Caroline Sullivan @ 6:30:PM

You may know dairy will strengthen your bones; you probably know milk, yogurt and cheese all do a body good - but do you know it all? We hunted down six dairy fact "Easter eggs" that may amaze even you. *1. Dairy Helps Prevent Cavities* Milk and milk products may help fight off your next... continue reading

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Feb
6
2014
Susan Allen
Posted by Susan Allen @ 2:35:AM

What do you get when you take 400 elementary school students, 1,298 empty milk cartons, six “Cookies,” and a ton of inspiration? You get a “Moo Machine” of course. But, you get a lot more. Students at Ida Freeman Elementary in Edmond, Oklahoma, were challenged by their Cookies (the cafeteria ladies that cook them healthy school... continue reading

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Feb
3
2014
Claire Florsheim
Posted by Claire Florsheim @ 5:30:PM

Lactose intolerance (LI) can be frustrating; trust me, I know. I was born with LI, and for seventeen years, “Just say no…to dairy!” was my mantra. One sip of milk and I was sick for days. Growing up with LI was tough because it made me feel different. My friends didn’t have to read food... continue reading

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Nov
15
2013
Lisa Wiedner
Posted by Lisa Wiedner @ 12:00:PM

Thanksgiving truly is the kick-off to the holiday season!  In our schools in Cypress-Fairbanks ISD, the Thanksgiving Meal is a big deal - especially in the elementary schools.  As early as the first week of school our principals want to know the date we will be serving the Thanksgiving meal, which is usually the Thursday... continue reading

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Nov
1
2013
Susan Allen
Posted by Susan Allen @ 12:00:PM

Chances are, you won't just eat too much this Thanksgiving; you'll cook too much. And it's easy to get tired of the turkey and sick of the stuffing when you're still making sandwiches out of it a week later. Don't despair; Dairy MAX is here to rescue you. Here's a roundup of mouth-watering leftovers recipes... continue reading

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Sep
27
2013
Deborah Taylor
Posted by Deborah Taylor @ 11:36:AM

If you LOVE breakfast, maybe this blog post isn’t for you.  I’m going to talk to all those folks who don’t always eat breakfast….and try to make it easier for you.  As a Registered Dietitian, I work with people to change their health by changing their eating habits.  People always confess to me what they... continue reading

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Sep
1
2013
Sara Robbins
Posted by Sara Robbins @ 4:00:PM

It’s a Summer Harvest! Our garden adventures continue, and it is now picking time. The garden is blooming, growing, and ripening. We have tomatoes, lemon cucumbers and plenty of peppers. If you’ve never had a fresh-from-the-garden tomato you are seriously missing out on one of the greatest taste bud tantalizers! The cherry tomatoes barely make it... continue reading

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Aug
26
2013
Patty Littlefield
Posted by Patty Littlefield @ 11:00:AM

*Keeping Cows Happy: From Fire Hoses to Carousels * Necessity is said to be the mother of invention and that’s never truer than on a farm with cows. I have bittersweet memories of my dad and me making ankle braces for a newborn calf that was having trouble standing after her ankles were strained in a... continue reading

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Aug
8
2013
Susan Allen
Posted by Susan Allen @ 8:45:AM

People who drive want to know a little something about the automobile industry, right? And people who eat want to know a little something about how their food is grown or made. Take dairy, for instance. How do they take care of the cows? Where does the milk go when it leaves the farm?... continue reading

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Jul
29
2013
Katie Barckholtz
Posted by Katie Barckholtz @ 12:03:PM

Ice cream, frozen yogurt, frozen custard and sherbet all have things in common: one or more dairy ingredients, such as milk, concentrated fat-free milk, cream and condensed milk – with sweeteners (like sugar or corn syrup), flavorings (like fruit, vanilla or chocolate), stabilizers (which help it stay frozen without forming ice crystals), emulsifiers (which keep the... continue reading

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Easter Eggs: 5 Surprising Dairy Facts Uncovered Posted by Caroline Sullivan @ Wed, 16 Apr 2014

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