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14 Healthy Whole-Grain Foods (Including Gluten-Free Options)
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Grains are a staple food in households around the world.

They have three parts: the bran (the nutritious outer layer), the germ (the seed’s nutrient-rich embryo) and the endosperm (the germ’s food supply, which is high in starchy carbs).

Whole grains are simply grains that have all three parts intact. They’re typically high in iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, selenium, B vitamins and dietary fiber.

Interestingly, choosing whole grains over refined grains has been linked to lower risks of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer and more.

Here are 14 healthy whole-grain foods.

Subject:
Food Studies
Practical & Applied Arts
Material Type:
Open Access Asset
Author:
Ryan Raman
Date Added:
05/09/2024
2021 Agribition - Grain Expo
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This is a short video showcasing the grain expo held at Canadian Western Agribition. This video fits well when investigating promotional events in Saskatchewan agriculture.

Subject:
Agriculture Production
Agriculture Studies
Agriculture, Food Sustainability & Security
Cow/Calf Production
Material Type:
Open Access Asset
Author:
Canadian Western Agribition
Date Added:
12/20/2023
3 Ways to Thicken Any Soup To the Right Consistency
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If your kitchen is filled with the delicious aroma of homemade chicken noodle soup, thin soup is a good thing. But if you're making a heartier soup, chances are you had something a little thicker and creamier in mind. Sometimes, getting your soup to be just the right consistency can be tricky but we've got 3 ways to easily thicken any soup to the right consistency.

Subject:
Food Studies
Practical & Applied Arts
Material Type:
Open Access Asset
Author:
Southern Living
Date Added:
05/09/2024
48 Hours in Whistler, British Columbia | Explore Canada
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Australian travel blogger Michael Turtle visits Whistler for 48 hours and shows all the cool things you can pack into four days. We think you should stay longer, but if you only have two days you can still have a good time!

Better known as a winter skiing destination, but there is an abundance of activities in the summer time as well! Stay at the iconic Farimont Chateau in Whistler for the best location in town. Take a helicopter ride up to rainbow mountain, learn about the local expert guided tours as they walk you on the Blackcomb Mountain Summit.

For more adventurous spirits, take a gentle trail to Lost Lake just outside of the village for the perfect adraneline rush! Doesn't get better than this! Fish for trout and enjoy the Barefoot Bistro cusine with food and the cold vodka tasting rooms. Go looking for the good old Black Bears which are a sight to behold and fascinating to watch. End the trip with a fun zip line through the trees in the mountains conckuding the trip on quite the high!

Subject:
Practical & Applied Arts
Tourism, Hospitality & Entrepreneurship
Material Type:
Open Access Asset
Author:
CANADA Explore | Explorez
Date Added:
06/17/2024
5 Reasons Why You Should Take a Travel & Tourism Course TODAY!
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Doing a travel and tourism course can open you up to an exciting world of opportunities. No two days in the tourism industry are ever the same. Studying travel and tourism is fun and it provides you with a range of transferrable skills, making you super employable!

Whether you are considering taking a travel and tourism course at school or college, embarking on a travel and tourism management degree or studying travel and tourism at masters or PhD level, studying travel and tourism can open up many doors for you.

Taking a travel and tourism course can help you to get a job in a number of different fields, from working as Cabin Crew to being a Holiday Representative. You could be your own boss by starting up your own property empire using Airbnb or by launching your own online travel agency. Or you could help to make the world a better place by empowering women in Africa through pro-poor tourism initiatives or through turtle conservation in Costa Rica by running a volunteer tourism organisation....

Subject:
Practical & Applied Arts
Tourism, Hospitality & Entrepreneurship
Material Type:
Open Access Asset
Author:
Dr Hayley Stainton
Date Added:
06/17/2024
7 Characteristics of a Fantastic Hairdresser
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Every hairdresser wants to be successful to progress in his career. Not everyone is lucky to be born as a hairdresser like the great Vidal Sassoon. This is where they need coaching and mentoring to hone their skills and become the best in their industry.

Alan Austin-Smith who started The Fantastic Hairdresser Company helps you to become a successful hairdresser. His philosophy -- 50% of what makes someone 'fantastic' at their job -- has nothing to do with their job -- is transferable to any business.

In this video, Alan tells us what today's hairdressers lack and the importance of having a personality apart from possessing great technical skills.

According to Alan Austin-Smith, the 7 Characteristics of a Fantastic Hairdresser are: Passion, Delight, Inspire, Be An Ambassador, Be A Performer, Be Alive Inside and Always Learning.

Subject:
Cosmetology
Practical & Applied Arts
Material Type:
Open Access Asset
Author:
ScissorBoy
Date Added:
05/09/2024
7 Mighty Moves Book Study Materials by Kate Winn – ONlit.org
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Did you enjoy reading 7 Mighty Moves: Science-Based, Classroom-Tested Strategies to Ensure K-3 Reading Success? This practical book, written by teacher and author Linday Kemeny, outlines 7 “moves” to align instruction with reading research. Use these slides to support a book study in your school or board. Developed by Kate Winn, the slides have key takeaways and discussion questions for each move, supporting insightful discussion and collaboration among your colleagues.

Subject:
English Language Arts
Material Type:
Open Access Asset
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Provider:
Dyslexia Canada
Provider Set:
ONLit
Author:
Kate Winn
Date Added:
12/21/2023
7 gestes puissants: geste 1 (l’enregistrement et diapos de présentation) – ONlit.org
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Educational Use
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L’étude du livre sur les 7 gestes puissants vous aideront à aligner votre pédagogie sur les meilleures pratiques en littératie.

Subject:
English Language Arts
French
Language Education
Material Type:
Open Access Asset
Provider:
Dyslexia Canada
Provider Set:
ONLit
Author:
Alex-Andrée Madore
Michèle Minor-Corriveau
Date Added:
12/21/2023
80 million pounds of blueberries all from one farm | We Are The Best
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Did you know that Canada is the world's largest producer and exporter of wild blueberries?

Each year, we produce 200 million pounds of the fruit, 80 million of which come from the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region of Quebec. It's the biggest wild blueberry farm in Canada — maybe even the biggest worldwide. Companies like Quebec Wild Blueberries mechanically harvest, wash and package the antioxidant-rich berry, before shipping them to over 30 countries.

Join chef Ricardo Larrivée and farmer Jean-Pierre Senneville as they roam the wild fields.

Subject:
Agriculture Production
Agriculture Studies
Agriculture, Food Sustainability & Security
Material Type:
Open Access Asset
Author:
CBC
Date Added:
04/12/2024
The 9 Healthiest Beans and Legumes You Can Eat
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Beans and legumes are the fruits or seeds of a family of plants called Fabaceae.

They’re great sources of fiber and vegetarian protein. You can incorporate beans into soups, tacos, salads, and other recipes.

Beans and legumes have several health benefits. Eating more of them may help reduce cholesterol, decrease blood sugar levels, and increase healthy gut bacteria (1Trusted Source, 2Trusted Source, 3Trusted Source).

Here are nine of the healthiest beans and legumes you can eat — and why they’re good for you.

Subject:
Food Studies
Practical & Applied Arts
Material Type:
Open Access Asset
Author:
Ruairi Robertson
Lizzie Streit
Date Added:
05/09/2024
Agrecovery Triple Rinsing
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Triple rinsing empty containers after use is a recommended agricultural practice worldwide. Most recycling places in Saskatchewan also require containers to be triple rinsed to protect their employees and properly recycle materials.
This video shows how to properly triple rinsed containers.

Subject:
Agriculture Studies
Agriculture, Food Sustainability & Security
Material Type:
Open Access Asset
Author:
Agrecovery
Date Added:
12/21/2023
The Agricultural Revolution
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Most of us know about the industrial revolution and how that era brought about an explosion of innovation that actually continues to this day. For all intent...

Subject:
Agriculture Studies
Material Type:
Open Access Asset
Author:
Sebastian ioan
Date Added:
01/23/2024
Agriculture Careers
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1 in 8 jobs in Canada is in the agriculture and food sector. Employment opportunities in this sector are increasing. There are endless opportunities in this sector that would allow you to make a difference in your chosen career: feed the growing population, protect the environment, animal care, and many more. Check out just some of the amazing careers that are available in the agriculture industry.

Subject:
Agriculture Production
Agriculture Studies
Material Type:
Open Access Asset
Author:
Agriculture in the Classroom NL
Date Added:
12/22/2023
Agriculture Careers: Precision Agriculture and Agri-tech
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Learn more about a career in precision agriculture, agri-technology and robotics with Sougata Pahari with Korechi Innovations and Chuck Baresich with Haggert...

Subject:
Agriculture Production
Agriculture Studies
Career & Work Exploration
Practical & Applied Arts
Material Type:
Open Access Asset
Author:
RegionofDurham
Date Added:
01/23/2024