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Exploring 4-H

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Power Foods

Power Foods Project

Age 9-21

Project Information Page

The P.I.P. will tell you everything you need to know about this project: and how to successfully complete the 4-H year.

Power Foods will introduce members to the idea of eating and preparing foods to fuel their bodies! Members will review the basics of food safety and preparation tips, proper measuring techniques and Canada’s Food Guide recommendations. This project will also focus on cooking/baking with power (protein) foods including everything from nuts to legumes, eggs, meat (& meat alternates) and fish.  Members will also be responsible for planning, prepping, cooking and serving a meal for invited guests, which makes this an ideal project for group participation.

Project Completion Requirements: Documents to print

In order to participate in summer exhibitions and receive credit for completing this project members must have the following documents completed and displayed in their Member Portfolio at their Club's Achievement Day event:

  1. Print and fill out one copy of the following: Portfolio Documentation

  2. Print and fill out this page for the this project: Project Page Documentation 

Project Resources

Resources that should be reviewed by members with their leader or individually. Other resources will be added as they become available:

If you have access to newer resources with updated information, please send them along to so we can let others know!

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