Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
With 48 fact-filled cards per package, Knowledge Cards are a great source of condensed information—all in a deck the size of a pack of playing cards. From the kitchens of EatingWell magazine, this delectable quiz deck tests your knowledge about food and nutrition with 48 cards organized by USDA food group—grains, meat/beans, milk/dairy, oils, fruits, vegetables, and “discretionary calories” (beer, wine, and chocolate). The front of each card offers a tantalizing photograph of a particular food and poses a related question. Why is brown rice more nutritious than white rice? What makes olive oil “extra-virgin”? How can I get kids to eat Brussels sprouts? The answers are on the back, along with fun food facts, nutrition profiles, portion information, humorous quotes, and references to recipes on the EatingWell website. As a tool for healthy meal planning or a game with your culinary cohorts, What’s Good for You? is an epicure’s delight!