Healthy Chocolate Peanut Butter Muffins

Make these healthy chocolate peanut butter muffins for a 100% whole-grain, no refined-sugar added snack or treat! They're gluten-free and 171 calories!

Make these healthy chocolate peanut butter muffins for a 100% whole-grain, no refined-sugar added snack or treat! They’re gluten-free and 171 calories! Happy Sunday Fit Foodie Friends! I’m sure you’ve all gotten your workout in and are ready to watch the big game tonight I’ll probably be surfing Pinterest and watching House Hunters International on…

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How Many Calories Are You Drinking?

lobsterita

Originally posted 2009-12-10 11:39:22. When I lived in Texas, my girl and I used to hit up the Red Lobster every other weekend. We’d crack jokes, catch up (school kept us very busy, plus my added little bundle of joy) and enjoy a couple of drinks. Namely, the gloriously decadent Lobsterita. A delicious [not-so-] little […]

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USDA’s farm “typology” report: defines small, midsize, large

The USDA has just posted its enormous—more than 700 pages—2012 Census of Agriculture (Farm Typology) report.

Its definitions and results are impressive. Definitions are based on a metric called Gross Case Farm Income (GCFI):

  • Small <$350,000
  • Midsize >$350,000 but less than $1 million
  • Large >$1 million but less than $5 million
  • Very large >$5 million

Another metric: average number of acres per category (one square mile is 640 acres):

  • Small: GCFI between $150,000 and $350,000: 961 acres
  • Midsize: 1582 acres
  • Large: 2926 acres
  • Very large: 4673 acres

And some basic facts:

  • 88% of farms are Small (GCFI <$350,000).
  • 12% are Midsize and Large, but they account of 80% of agriculture sales.

That’s US agriculture in a snapshot.

SOURCE ARTICLE: : http://www.foodpolitics.com/2015/01/usdas-farm-typology-report-defines-small-midsize-large/