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What We Do

The KAFCE Educational Program Committee in cooperation with your area and county FCE Educational Program Committee representatives and K-State Research Extension provide the following programs for the members in 2021.  These lessons are available to KAFCE members.  Non-members interested in these lessons should contact webmaster@kafce.org

KAFCE LESSONS:

Button, Button, Who's Got the Button lesson

Button Button Who's Got the Button craftsheet

Character Counts?-Responsibility  (Leader's Guide by Faye)

Decluttering: For a Better Life

Under Pressure-Meals in Minutes lesson

Under Pressure-Meals in Minutes Cooking Times

Where is the Top of the World? Leaders guide     

Where is the top of the World? Members guide

Napal Flag

 

 

KSU Lessons-


Diabetes: You are in Control (Update to prior Dining with Diabetes) Leadership Team: Barbara Ames, Extension Agent; Sara Sawer, Extension Agent; Gayle Price, Program Leader & Regional Specialist. Diabetes is a common, costly and serious disease. About one in four people donít know they have it. It is not curable, but is treatable. Diabetics may live long lives if they learn and practice disease self-management skills that promote good health.

 

Taking a New Look at Fermented Foods. Donna Krug, Extension District Director.  The process of fermenting foods Ė to preserve them and to make them more digestible and more nutritious, is as old as humanity.  Fermented foods are a powerful aid to digestion and a protection against disease. 

 

Working Together to Reduce Food Waste - Londa Nwadike, Extension Food Safety Specialist.
In 2010, 31% or 133 billion pounds of the available food supply at retail and consumer level went uneaten. With the growing number of people in the world, the need for more food for all these people also increases and reducing food waste would be a very effective means of increasing food availability. Further, the USDA Economic Research Service estimates that households could save up to $371/person/year by reducing their food waste. Powerpoint

 

 

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