Today’s visitor post arises from our workplace’s wonderful RDs – Christine McPhail, that has been investing a little bit of time with Greta Podleski’s fantastic cookbook that is new and Yummer.
As a Dietitian, we begin to see the huge difference it will make whenever households begin preparing collectively and kids start to develop the food that is important that they will need as adults. I hear about children being more interested in trying foods that are new assisting when you look at the home, attempting to select dishes, being happy with the meals they’ve made. These experiences that are cooking help children learn about nutrition, balanced meals, and the importance of including a variety of foods. Our lives are busy and I do hear about food going on the back burner (see what I did there) but it shouldn’t have to. You can read Dr. Freedhoff’s past post Teaching Your Kids To Cook Is More Important Than Teaching Them To Play Soccer Or Hockey that provides rationale that is strong households preparing collectively.