Fun Fact! The ginkgo tree is one of the oldest living tree species in the world.
Fun Fact! A gallon of milk equals approximately 350 “squirts” of milk from a dairy cow’s udders.
Fun Fact! Older eggs are easier to peel than fresh eggs because older eggs have larger air cells (the space between the egg and the shell).
Fun Fact! China is the world’s largest producer of apples, followed by the U.S.
Fun Fact! The practice of cheese making is thought to date back more than 4,000 years.
Fun Fact! Nearly half of an egg’s protein content is contained in the yolk.
Fun fact! There are approximately 280 million egg-laying chickens in the U.S. Each chicken produces between 250 and 300 eggs per year.
Fun Fact! Cinnamon comes in many varieties, including Cassia cinnamon (native to China and most commonly sold in the U.S.) and Ceylon cinnamon (native to Sri Lanka).
Fun Fact! American pioneer and nurseryman John Chapman, also known as “Johnny Appleseed,” born in 1774, is credited with introducing apples to America’s Midwest.
Fun Fact! There are two types of chamomile, German and Roman.