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George Washington Carver’s outreach to impoverished families included sharing information about enriching the nutritional value of their meals, thus improving their health, with sweet potatoes and peanuts. He wrote bulletins with planting instructions, recipes, and food preservation tips. Following the ranger talk, participants will make sweet potato flour, starch, and mock coconut, plus a milk alternative made from peanuts!
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