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Grain, Cereal, Rice and Pasta Group - 14164_156
Table 7-1.-Summary Information on Vitamins l l l Prepare  fruits  and  vegetables  for  salads  just before  serving. When salmon salad is prepared, save the juice and use it in salad dressing or as a part of the liquid for salmon loaf or sauce. Prepare hot foods just in time to be served. Never Menu   planners   should   judge   the   nutritional adequacy   of   their   menus   and   special   rations. Detailed analysis of nutrients is not required if the menu includes a wide variety of foods and the food guide  pyramid  for  daily  food  choices  is  used.  This pyramid  provides  a  simple,  quick,  and  reliable method of judging the menu’s nutritional adequacy. The  guide  divides  commonly  eaten  foods  into  five major   food   groups  according  to  the  nutritional contributions  they  make. FOOD  GUIDE  PYRAMID In April 1991, the Secretary of Agriculture unveiled the  food  guide  pyramid,  which  replaced  the  basic  four food  groups. prepare them early and reheat them. The foods that we eat each day must supply the proteins, carbohydrates, fats, minerals, and vitamins that  are  needed  to  maintain  the  body  in  a  healthy condition.  Most  foods  centain  more  than  one  nutrient, but  no  single  food  provides  all  the  nutrients  in  proper quantities. Therefore, it is necessary for the diet to include a variety of foods, and this is accomplished through  well-planned  menus. 7-5

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