To help you plan your meals and prioritize seasonal, local ingredients, our friends at Colby-Sawyer College and Kearsarge Food Hub whipped up this guide! It provides breakfast and main course meal suggestions for every day of the week, plus side dishes, and includes a shopping list that features ingredients found at Sweet Beet Market this time of year.
These recipes show you how to prepare tasty, healthy meals that help you develop a healthy eating pattern. A healthy eating pattern includes a variety of fruits and vegetables, fat-free or low fat dairy, various protein foods, and oils. It also means limiting saturated fats, trans fats, added sugars, and salt. Try these recipes as part of your healthy lifestyle.
You might think a plate devoid of meat is incomplete—questioning whether it will fill you up, be too expensive, give you enough protein, be lacking in flavor or texture, etc. If that’s been your experience, don’t be discouraged. Rather, it shares some simple strategies for creating filling, delicious, and even budget-friendly plant-based preparations.
HEALTHY LIVING TOOLKIT
The following are resources provided by the Colby-Sawyer Community-Based Research Class. The Colby-Sawyer class partnered with Sweet Beet Market to bring you these easy to follow guides to a healthy (and local) lifestyle.
Join Emma Erler, UNH Extension Education Center Program Coordinator for upcoming Ask UNH Extension Facebook Live sessions where she’ll discuss gardening in the granite state.
3PM | Sessions take place on the Ask UNH Extension and the UNH Extension Facebook pages.
Community gardens are cooperatively managed garden plots used for growing food. UNH Extension provides education and information to people who manage and participate in community gardening. Find more information here.