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Grilling out? Keep these 3 food safety rules in mind: use separate cutting boards/utensils/platters for raw & cooked foods; refrigerate foods while marinating & never baste with marinating liquid.
by Joanne Perez, MS, RDN, LD

Grilling out? Keep these 3 food safety rules in mind: use separate cutting boards/utensils/platters for raw & cooked foods; refrigerate foods while marinating & never baste with marinating liquid.

Spinach and wild blueberries, along with a little salty bacon and feta make this turkey burger anything but dry and boring.


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Joanne Perez, MS, RDN, LD

Wild blueberries are a little different from regular blueberries and not just when it comes to their smaller size. They aren't planted, but grow wild where Mother Nature places them; they thrive in the thin glacial soils and harsh northern climate of Maine, Eastern Canada and Quebec; they have 2x the antioxidants and fiber of regular blueberries; and they have low glycemic index score so they won't spike your blood sugar.


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