Recent Submissions

  • Heating system maintenance (1993) 

    Caselman, Marilyn W. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1993)
    "Having your heating equipment serviced by a reputable heating specialist before the start of each heating season could reduce your fuel bill as much as 10 percent and could save you the discomfort and expense of equipment ...
  • Food preservation : freezer problem solver 

    Willenberg, Barbara J.; Vollmar, Karla Hughes (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1997)
    "When you know or suspect that power will be off in your house, set the freezer control to between -10 degrees F and -20 degrees F immediately. The colder the freezer and foods, the longer food stay frozen."--First page.
  • Food and nutrition : the new Missouri mix 

    Willenberg, Barbara J.; Vollmar, Karla Hughes (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1993)
    "Why a new Missouri Mix? For a healthier you! This all-purpose baking mix is lower in salt than the previous version. Also, whole wheat flour can be used in place of all-purpose flour to increase the fiber and nutrient ...
  • How to freeze unusual fruits and vegetables 

    (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 2019)
    "Fruits and vegetables, including many unusual produce items that were once available only "in season," are now available year-round in supermarkets. If you're lucky enough to have an excess, freezing is an excellent way ...
  • How to freeze home-prepared foods 

    (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 2019)
    "It's easy to keep your freezer stocked with home-prepared "convenience" foods ranging from sack lunches to elaborate dishes for unexpected company. By planning a steady flow of main dishes, baked foods and desserts in and ...
  • Freezing meat, poultry, fish, eggs and dairy products 

    (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 2019)
    "Freezing is an excellent method of preserving animals products. Follow these basic guidelines to make freezing simple and effective."--First page.
  • How to freeze vegetables 

    (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 2019)
    "Frozen foods can add variety to your meals year-round. As with any method of food preservation, following specific guidelines will assure you of high-quality, safe food. For more information, refer to other guides in the ...
  • How to can meat, fish and poultry 

    (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 2019)
    "Pressure canning is the only safe method for canning meat, fish and poultry. It is the only way you can destroy Clostridum botulinum, the bacterium that causes food poisoning. Be sure to process canned meats for the correct ...
  • Cleaning healthy. Cleaning green. 

    Turner, Pamela R.; Gibson, Sharon M. S. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 2019)
    "People spend an average of 90 percent of their time indoors. Studies conducted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) show levels of several common organic pollutants to be 2 to 5 times higher inside homes than ...
  • Green cleaning : recipes for a healthy home 

    Turner, Pamela R.; Gibson, Sharon M. S. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 2018)
    Provides recipes for a number of eco-friendly cleaners for your home.
  • Physical changes in aging : part 2 

    Isbell, Lou (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1983)
    "Reserve capacity or stress is an important concept in the physiology of aging. Many functions are well maintained with increasing age in the unstressed state. Only under stress do the age changes slow."--First paragraph.
  • Adult developmental stages 

    McArthur, Arthur (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1982)
    "Until recently, we have thought of adults as being developmentally on a plateau. Children developed physically and became adolescents, adolescents developed into adults. Then there is presumed to be a static plateau across ...
  • Prenatal environmental influences (1983) 

    Pirner, Phyllis A.; Hertzler, Ann A. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1983)
    "Many things can cause death or deformity to the unborn baby. Examples are poor nutrition, disease, drugs, smoking, and radiation. The damage depends on the nature, amount, and time they are introduced into the developing ...
  • Some food for thought on snacks 

    Coleman, Marilyn (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1983)
    "Almost all children enjoy and need snacks. Their small stomachs aren't built for a three-meal-a-day schedule so snacks provide an important portion of their daily nutrition."--First paragraph.
  • Playgrounds for children 

    Pirner, Phyllis A.; Thornburg, Kathy (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1982)
    "Children learn by playing - both indoors and outdoors. Outdoors spaces have great learning value, especially if they are designed for children. Sometimes outdoor areas or playgrounds are used as just a place to let the ...
  • Adding fiber to your diet 

    Hughes, Karla; Willenberg, Barbara J. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1981)
    "In the past century, people in the United States have been eating less fiber because of the changing food habits and the use of more highly refined foods. Recently, the public has shown an increasing interest in dietary ...
  • Using and storing process cheese 

    Willenberg, Barbara J.; Hughes, Karla (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1979)
    "Most people cannot use 5 pounds of process cheese before it begins to mold or taste old. To get the most food value from your process cheese - store it right."--First paragraph.
  • Learning is child's play 

    Coleman, Marilyn (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1982)
    "To many parents, children's game playing seems to be just that - only playing and a waste of time. Yet, to preschool children, playing is the main way they come to understand and master their environment. Playing is a way ...
  • Solar domestic hot water heating systems (1982) 

    Caselman, Marilyn W. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1982)
    "Homeowners interested in using solar energy to reduce energy bills and help preserve fossil fuel supplies should consider installing a solar domestic hot water heating system."--First paragraph.
  • Conserve energy in your apartment 

    Caselman, Marilyn W. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1978)
    "The most important thing you can do as an apartment occupant-energy advocate is to convey to the owner of your building your sentiments about the need to conserve limited energy resources. In person or by letter, point ...

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