Need to watch a speedy video so you can get dinner on the table before somebody in your house gnaws an arm off? Curious about the people, places, and science behind Kansas food? Whether you’re a video watcher, avid reader, or trivia fan, this is the place for you!
Add more protein to your bread by mixing 7 cups of wheat flour with 1 cup of soy flour. It doesn’t change the baking qualities of the flour and gives your bread a longer shelf life.See full tip
Buying larger cuts of beef and slicing them into steaks at home can save you at least a dollar or two per pound. Freeze individually or serve when entertaining a group.See full tip
Does someone in your family have a nut allergy? Try soy nut butter. It's a great substitute for peanut butter!See full tip
In 2018, farmers in Kansas planted 165,000 acres of cotton, which produced about 335,000 bales!See full fact
In pre-refrigeration days, hogs were harvested in the fall and cured for six to seven months, just in time for Easter dinner. That’s how ham came to be the traditional Easter favorite.See full fact
Did you know Kansas has more than 2 million pigs?See full fact
Q: Why don’t I see sorghum at the store?
A: Many consumers are becoming more interested in ancient grains that are non-GMO, gluten-free, healthy,and environmentally friendly...See full Q&A
Q: How many different GMO crops are there?
A: There are currently nine crops commercially available in the United States. They include alfalfa, canola, corn (field and sweet...See full Q&A
Q: Are cattle used for purposes other than food?
A: Yes! Cattle can also be used to make shoes, basketballs, gum, marshmallows, soap, medicines, glue and more!See full Q&A
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