5 Ways to Get Your Kids to Eat Everything (Page 6)

Get the Kids Involved

Get the Kids Involved

Picking out fruits and vegetables at the farmers's market and helping with CSA (community-supported agriculture) pick-ups seemed to help pique Julian’s interest in fresh, whole foods. And he started eating green beans this summer when we made it his job every night to pick the “ready” ones out of the garden. Other good kitchen chores for little hands: washing and breaking up greens, grating cheese, stirring up things that aren’t hot, pressing the “go” button on the food processor, cutting soft foods—like mushrooms—with a butter knife (supervised, of course).

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