Canadian Food Focus April 2022 Newsletter

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What's in Season? Rhubarb

Often referred to as a fruit, rhubarb is actually botanically classified as a vegetable crop. Rhubarb is commonly grown across Canada where it is well suited to our temperate climate and doesn’t mind the long harsh winters.

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How to Start a Vegetable Garden

Is this the year you try your hand at gardening? Get tips on planning, preparing and planting a garden.

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The Dirty Dozen's Dirty Secrets

Are pesticide residues found in the Dirty Dozen a health risk? To assess the risk of pesticide residues on our produce, we need to know a few things...


Precision Farming:

What is it?

Precision agriculture (a.k.a. precision ag, precision farming) uses different technology tools along with data collection and interpretation to make farming more efficient and effective.

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What is a Broiler Hatching Egg Farm?

On broiler breeding farms, the chickens grow from chicks a few days old until they are ready to start laying eggs that will hatch into broiler chickens.

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4 Chicken Farmers Share Favourite Dinner Recipes

Meet four different chicken farmers from Saskatchewan and find out their favourite chicken recipes!


Yogurt Barley Fruit


These fresh-baked yogurt barley fruit scones are made with extra thick Greek yogurt to add a fluffy texture and dried cranberries to add a touch of sweetness. 

Learn to Cook

Would you like to improve your cooking skills? Or learn how to cook something different for supper? Maybe you simply would like to learn a new recipe. Check out the Learn To Cook section on our website and cook along with chefs, home economists, and cookbook authors to create something tasty!

In this course, Learn to Cook with Lentils.

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