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Food Demo Tips These are excerpted from our new MyPlate Cooking Demo Kit. Practice. • Confidence is the KEY to success in any cooking demonstration. • Practice the recipe on your family several times before going on stage with it. Bring examples. • Choose packaged foods that are high in sodium and fat. This helps [...]

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