1. Secrets of Cruciferous Vegetables: Life Is Your Best Medicine with Dr. Low Dog

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    Learn about the health benefits of cruciferous vegetables and vegetables in this short video. Tips for both men and women. In her new book Life Is Your Best Medicine, Dr. Tieraona Low Dog weaves together the wisdom of traditional medicine and the knowledge of modern-day medicine into an elegant message of health and self-affirmation for women of every age. http://bit.ly/LifeMedicine

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    • Preparing Broccoli

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      Texas Grow! Eat! Go! video on cleaning and preparing raw broccoli. Transcription: Vegetables taste good and are easy to prepare. Eating lots of colorful vegetables can improve your health and stop certain diseases. Today we will show you how easy it is to prepare broccoli as a snack. Broccoli is always a great snack to have on hand because it tastes great raw and provides many nutritional benefits. It provides a large source of dietary fiber to your diet which promotes a strong and healthy digestive system. Broccoli is also a great source of potassium and folate. To make sure you get the best taste and most nutrients, choose broccoli with tight, dark green florets with firm stalks. Before you begin, make sure your kitchen countertops, workspace and utensils are clean. Before washing the broccoli, wash your own hands to prevent germs. Clean the broccoli by rinsing the broccoli head under cool water. Most vegetables can be cleaned by holding them under running water and rubbing them gently with your hands. If you are washing firm vegetables, like broccoli, use a vegetable brush. Choose and wash only the amount of broccoli that your family can eat for the next two days. Have an adult cut off the stem from the bottom of the broccoli using a knife. Now, kids can easily pull apart the individual florets. The broccoli is now ready to be eaten. You can eat it by itself or dip the pieces in low fat ranch dressing for a quick and healthy snack. Broccoli also tastes great steamed or sautéed with some salt and pepper. To keep your broccoli the freshest, store it in a plastic container or plastic bag in the refrigerator and use within one or two days.

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      • Tenderstem

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        Cooking with this stuff is unbelievably easy. (The hard work and patience is all in the growing.) Our challenge was to squeeze 10 recipes into a film this short... I shot, directed and edited this film for Tenderstem Broccoli with Pam Lloyd PR.

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        • Confessions of a broccoli hater

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          A humorous video confession for all those broccoli haters out there. We want to hear from you and convert you.

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          • Stop Motion Compilation

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            This stop motion compilation was created for my Photo Basics final. When shown I usually loop the series in Quicktime, but for the purpose of sharing via web, I compiled them into one video, looping each four times. Thank you to Jonah Kurman-Faber, Laura Kurman, Danny Faber, Laura Schachter, Mettie Ostrowski, Dan McCarthy, and Rachel Rimm for appearing in the video. Additional thanks to Andrea Raynor for her constructive criticism in the creation of this project.

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            • James Bond - "BOND 50th"

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              Compilado realizado con motivo del lanzamiento del Mega Pack Blu-Ray con todos los films del agente el MI6 más famoso del cine, y conmemorando el 50° aniversario de la primer película: "Dr No".

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              • How to Make a Broccoli Bag

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                Instructional video on how to make a broccoli (produce) bag. Shot with the Canon 7D. Music by Fang Island.

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                • Roxies Produce Spot

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                  New TV spot for Roxies of Quincy Supermarket featuring "fresh produce"

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                  • How to break down a head of broccoli

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                    Our September "In Season" column was all about broccoli so, during the recipe development process, we hacked our way through our fair share of florets. On the way, we discovered the most efficient way to cut up a head of broccoli. This method is easy and makes the most of every part of this versatile vegetable.

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                    • Organic vs. Conventional Food – Food InFocus

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                      Nutritionist Sue Radd explores the benefits of organic produce, and the health benefits of fruit and vegetables in particular. For more healthy tips and free recipes, visit www.sueradd.com

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