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July 28, 2010


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Loved this post! I recently helped teach a kids' cooking class in Matsumoto was surprised by the students' openness to new foods. Sounds like your kids are a bit similar in that regard...


Emma: One thing I've learned about kids is that you need to keep it positive. If one kid starts to say "ick" then the whole lot jumps on the bandwagon. I love that my kids don't say "I don't like...." Instead, it's "I don't need...." My answer? I don't care. Yeah, that's me all the way around. Matter of fact: "Just eat it." And a lot of them do.

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