1 pea pod
1 red bell pepper
few slivered almonds
For each one, use the tip of a paring knife to cut a slit centered in one side of an edible pea pod (a parent’s job).
Cut out a tongue shape from red bell pepper and insert the top of it through the opening in the pea pod (it looks best if the inside of the pepper faces up).
For the finishing touch, insert a few slivered almonds for teeth.”
“Fruits and vegetables are a clear link to help in the prevention of breast cancer! The best way to eat plenty of fruits and vegetables is to focus on MORE! Getting in a “food routine” limits us to a standard menu and prevents us from thinking outside the box. Go that extra step and boost your nutrition! Eating a variety of fruits and vegetables is the best way to ensure adequate intakes of the numerous vitamins and minerals offered. Don’t forget, always stop and ask yourself … Can I add MORE fruits and vegetables?”
Did you know that one cup of chopped sugar snap peas has 98% of your daily dose of Vitamin C? Like all vegetables, they are also a great source of dietary fiber.”