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1First ContactHello Welcome to Nutrition Messages from (agency name) & U of MN Extension, we will be sending weekly healthy eating tips & updatesGeneralIntroductionDoherty, Andrew
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1NutritionThis weekend try eating 4 different colored vegetables. Different vegetable colors mean they contain different beneficial nutrients!GeneralVegetables, VarietyDoherty, Andrew
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2ReminderReminder the (food shelf) is open *dates & times* & always has a great selection of produce!Food ShelfReminder, Food ShelfDoherty, Andrew
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2RecipeTis the season for fresh produce! Try this, no cook Fall themed Apple and Cabbage slaw recipe (Recipe URL)Food Shelfhttp://www.whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/supplemental-nutrition-assistance-program-snap/apple-coleslawRecipe, Cabbage, Apple, Fruit, VegetableDoherty, Andrew
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2NutritionWhen available, try selecting canned fruits packaged in 100% juice, or canned vegetables with "no salt added."Food ShelfCanned, Fruit, VegetableDoherty, Andrew
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3RecipeCanned beans are a quick and easy way to add protein into your diet, this weekend try these Bean and Rice Burritos (Recipe URL)Food Shelfhttp://www.whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/food-distribution-fdd/bean-and-rice-burritos-fddBeans, Canned, Protein, Rice, MexicanDoherty, Andrew
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3Physical ActivityHave you had the opportunity to be physically active today? Try doing 10 "Jumping Jacks" during each commercial break while watching TV!GeneralPhysical ActivityDoherty, Andrew
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3NutritionTry making a fruit & yogurt parfait by combining your favorite fresh or frozen fruits with low-fat yogurt and top with some nuts or granola!GeneralDairy, Low-Fat, Calcium, BreakfastDoherty, Andrew
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3RecipeFresh, Frozen, or Canned are all good choices when choosing vegetables, try corn in any of these ways in this recipeFood Shelfhttp://www.whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/food-distribution-fdd/fresh-corn-salsa#Fresh, Frozen, Canned, Corn, SalsaDoherty, Andrew
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3EvaluationHave you had the opportunity to try any of the recipes provided through the Nutrition Messaging? Please reply "Yes" or "No"GeneralEvaluationDoherty, Andrew
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4ReminderReminder the (food shelf) is open *dates & times* & always has a great selection of produce!Food ShelfReminder, Food ShelfDoherty, Andrew
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4RecipeLooking for a sweet, snack? Try this Cinnamon Yogurt Dip with Fresh Fruit (Recipe)Generalhttp://www.whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/supplemental-nutrition-assistance-program-snap/fresh-fruit-cinnamon-yogurt-dipFruit, Dairy, Yogurt, Frozen, Fresh, Protein, NutsDoherty, Andrew
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4NutritionCalcium is an essential nutrient for maintaining bone health, try selecting low-fat dairy sources with no added sugars to promote bone health!GeneralDairy, Calcium, SugarDoherty, Andrew
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5NutritionDid you know that orange vegetables get their color from Vitamin A? Vit A helps to keep our eyes and skin healthyGeneralVitamins, VegetablesDoherty, Andrew
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5RecipeWanting to try a healthier dessert option? How about trying these 4+ ingredient Banana Oat Cookies (Recipe)Generalhttp://www.whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/supplemental-nutrition-assistance-program-snap/banana-oat-cookiesWhole Grain, Fruit, DessertDoherty, Andrew
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5Physical ActivityUse a "buddy system" to keep up with your physical activity. Invite a friend, family member, or neighbor to go on a walk, bike ride, or swim!GeneralPhysical ActivityDoherty, Andrew
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6ReminderReminder, the (name) Food Shelf is open every (weekday) from (time) - (time) this month, call (number) if you have any questionsFood ShelfReminder, Food ShelfDoherty, Andrew
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6RecipeDon't know what to do with over-ripe bananas? Try this Banana-Oatmeal Muffin recipe for a healthy to-go breakfast option!Generalhttps://www.whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/food-distribution-fdd/banana-oat-muffinsWhole Grain, Fruit, BreakfastDoherty, Andrew
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6EvaluationThank you for participating in the Nutrition Messaging from the U of MN SNAP-Ed program. On a scale of (poor) 1 - 5 (excellent) how would you rate the message program? GeneralEvaluationDoherty, Andrew
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1First ContactThis is the first text of the texting pilot. Did you know most vegetables are naturally low in fat?Jones, Rachel
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1ReminderRemember you can stop in once a week at the food shelf to pick up extra vegetables. call ahead to plan your stop: 507-345-7508Jones, Rachel
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2ReminderRemember you can stop in once a week at the food shelf to pick up extra vegetables. Call ahead to plan your stop: 507-345-7508Jones, Rachel
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2RecipeCucumbers are naturally low in sodium which is good for blood pressure. Pick up some at ECHO and try in this recipe:http://www.whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/supplemental-nutrition-assistance-program-snap/crunchy-chicken-saladJones, Rachel
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3RecipeZucchini is high in vitamin A:promotes healthy eyes and skin!Pick up some at ECHO and try it in this recipe:http://www.whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/food-distribution-fdd/spring-chickenJones, Rachel
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3ReminderRemember you can stop in once a week at the food shelf to pick up extra vegetables. Call ahead to plan your stop: 507-345-7508Jones, Rachel
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3RecipeDid you know that eggplant has heart healthy nutrients like vit C & potassium? Pick up some at ECHO & try this recipe:http://www.whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/supplemental-nutrition-assistance-program-snap/fall-veggie-casseroleJones, Rachel
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4Sweet corn is a great source of fiber. Fiber helps keep you fuller longer. Look for locally grown sweet corn at the food shelf.Jones, Rachel
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4ReminderRemember you can stop in once a week at the food shelf to pick up extra vegetables. Call ahead to plan your stop: 507-345-7508Jones, Rachel
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4RecipeApples are high in fiber which can help keep your bowels regular. Most of the fiber is found in the skin.Recipe idea: http://www.whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/supplemental-nutrition-assistance-program-snap/tuna-apple-saladJones, Rachel
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5RecipeCabbage is loaded with vitamins that are good for your heart, eyes and immune system. Try some in this recipe:http://www.whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/supplemental-nutrition-assistance-program-snap/cabbage-roll-casseroleJones, Rachel
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5ReminderRemember you can stop in once a week at the food shelf to pick up extra vegetables. Call ahead to plan your stop: 507-345-7508Jones, Rachel
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5Recipe Green beans are a great source of Vit C which helps your immune sysytem.Look for them at the food shelf. Recipe idea: http://www.whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/food-distribution-fdd/beef-and-tomato-bakeJones, Rachel
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6RecipeDid you know that squash is low in sodium and calories? Look for squash at the food shelf to try in this recipe:http://www.whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/supplemental-nutrition-assistance-program-snap/stuffed-summer-squashJones, Rachel
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6ReminderRemember you can stop in once a week at the food shelf to pick up extra vegetables. Call ahead to plan your stop: 507-345-7508Jones, Rachel
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6RecipeTomatoes can help your heart by lowering your total cholesterol. Pick up some at ECHO to try in this recipe:http://www.whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/supplemental-nutrition-assistance-program-snap/farmers-market-salsaJones, Rachel
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6FinalThis is the end of the texting pilot project. I will be in touch with you to meet at the food shelf next week to give you your $20.00 gift card! Thank you!Jones, Rachel
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IntroHello everyone! This is a reminder that you signed up for healthy recipes and ideas for the fresh produce at ECHO.
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RecipePizza is a great way to add extra vegetables into your meal. make it fun and colorful. Try this recipe:https://whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/supplemental-nutrition-assistance-program-snap/english-muffin-veggie-pizzaJones, Rachel
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RecipeZucchini is high in vitamin A:promotes healthy eyes and skin!Pick up some at ECHO and try it in this recipe:https://whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/supplemental-nutrition-assistance-program-snap/zucchini-stir-fryJones, Rachel
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recipeAdd mushrooms to this recipe to increase your Vitamin D and Vitamin B consumption:https://whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/supplemental-nutrition-assistance-program-snap/broccoli-rice-casseroleJones, Rachel
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questionWhat fruits and vegetables will you be eating over the long holiday weekend?Jones, Rachel
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Did you know one cup of watermelon is 92% water? Get hydrated with watermelon! Be sure to stop by ECHO this week and pick some up.Jones, Rachel
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RecipeTomatoes can help your heart by lowering your total cholesterol. Pick up some at ECHO to try in this recipe:https://whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/supplemental-nutrition-assistance-program-snap/roasted-tomatoes-herbsJones, Rachel
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RecipeDid you know that bananas get sweeter as they ripen? Use those brown ripe bananas in smoothies or for baking.https://whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/supplemental-nutrition-assistance-program-snap/banana-bread-iiJones, Rachel
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RecipeSquash has nutrients that can help your eyes. Here is one way to eat squash:https://whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/child-nutrition-cnp/baked-squashJones, Rachel
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RecipeCold? Warm up with a bowl of potato soup. The skin on a potato offers a great source of fiber.https://whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/food-distribution-fdd/potato-soup-fddJones, Rachel
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