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Garden a Day

Garden a Day

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Published by: Charles on Feb 21, 2012
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Do you get 5 servings of fruits and vegetables every day?That’s the recommendation for good health. Fruits andvegetables give us many of the vitamins and minerals thatwe need. They are also a great source of fiber. Fruits andvegetables add color and variety to our meals. You don'thave to eat five
fruits and vegetables every day, butyou should try to get 5 servings.
Garden YourWay to 5-A-Day
A serving is about:
1 cup of raw fruit or vegetables,
½ cup of cooked fruit or vegetables or 
¾ cup of juice.A very large baked potato could be 2 servings! Try thistasty recipe to get more servings of vegetables:
Garden Veggies Italian Style
1 onion, chopped 1 tomato, diced1 green pepper, chopped oregano or garlic powder 1 can (8 oz.) tomato sauce ½ cup mozzarella cheese,2 summer squash, diced shreddedYou can add more fresh fruits and vegetables to your mealsby growing them yourself. Don’t have room for a garden?No time to take care of a big garden? Look inside for tips oncontainer gardening, an attractive alternative for manypeople.(yellow or zucchini)Combine vegetables in a baking dish. Sprinkle with a pinchof oregano or garlic powder). Pour on the tomato sauce.Bake uncovered at 350
for 20 to 30 minutes. Top withcheese and bake another 4 to 5 minutes or until cheese ismelted.
Becky Gutzman
Columbia/Dodge County UW-ExtensionNutrition Education ProgramMakes 4 servings. 200 calories and 10 grams of fat per serving.Columbia County Dodge County120 W Conant Street Administration BuildingPO Box 567 127 E Oak Street
Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program · Cooperative Extension
Portage WI 53901-0567 Juneau WI 53039-1379
UW-Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming,including Title IX and ADA. WNEP education is supported by the USDA FoodStamp Program, UW-Extension and local partners. Food stamps can help provide a healthy diet. Tofind out more about food stamps, call 920.386.3760.
Telephone: 608-742-9693 Telephone: 920-386-3790

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