Talk to your doctor or dietitian if a food is making your problem worse. Milk products: DO NOT eat any vegetable that is not on the list above. With each scroll, I’m certain the words will spill out like the heavy rain-filled clouds of April. I wish that pink bubble gum medicine could cure my case of decision paralysis. The transition seasons, fall and spring, always give me a little trouble. Though I’ve longed for it, it’s not intuitive for me to grab yet. The drawers are brimming with two seasons worth of clothes. I first made this recipe last year at the Muir Glen tomato harvest with Laura.
Cantaloupe is one of those fruits that requires preparation—it has to be sliced, scooped, or quartered before consumption, and as is usually the case with doting dog owners, this gives us time to wonder if our dogs can have some of it, too.
We know that some human foods, like chocolate and raisins, are toxic to dogs, while others, like strawberries and blueberries, are perfectly fine to feed in moderation as a healthy treat. Luckily for your canine, cantaloupe is perfectly safe for dogs. Marty Becker, DVM, writing for Vet Street.com, cantaloupe is safe to feed dogs and cats in moderation and can even be a healthy alternative to traditional treats for pets that need to lose a little weight.
Consumers should check with stores if they're not sure whether they bought an affected cantaloupes.
"Food contaminated with salmonella may not look or smell spoiled but can still make you sick," said the CFIA.
She also saved me from asking the kitchen staff for the center lid of the Vitamix. For this cantaloupe gazpacho, grab a can of Muir Glen tomatoes from the pantry and add some of that bright, new produce.
Summer days are approaching, and with them the allure of sweet, ripe cantaloupe.DO NOT eat vegetables raw that are okay to eat cooked. Avoid vegetables and sauces with seeds, such as tomato sauce. I dress for winter by morning and summer by afternoon. I’m certain spring is the exaggerated sigh to summer’s long sunny days. We started with a recipe card written by Lynne Rossetto Kasper and Sally Swift of The Splendid Table and added our own spin.The CFIA is conducting a food safety investigation, which could lead to other products being recalled.Create this delicious Cantaloupe Tea in minutes using Monin Gourmet Syrup.Cantaloupe is non-toxic, and cantaloupe seeds are harmless for dogs—although try not to feed your dog cantaloupe seeds intentionally, as they can be a choking hazard.