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  • #16
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    I asked about feeding my kids healthy food and they scoffed and told me it was a waste and the kids didn't eat and there a was ton of wasted food. . .So I am sending my son to school with a packed lunch. My Daughter still is in preschool so she eats at home.

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    • #17
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      I asked about feeding my kids healthy food and they scoffed and told me it was a waste and the kids didn&#39;t eat and there a was ton of wasted food.</blockquote>


      Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Why would children tuck into that sort of trash with relish? I admit they eat up at fast-food joints, but there they&#39;re biochemically manipulated.


      I know a few fussy children across our extended family, which is quite large, but there isn&#39;t one that wouldn&#39;t eat roast meat or boiled ham and most of the traditional accompaniments to that, including some of the milder and sweeter-tasting vegetables. Nothing like that appears on the sample list primalmom gave.


      And most children don&#39;t seem to turn down home-made fruit crumble with cream or my grandmother and mother would have stopped making it. That might not be ideal, but it&#39;s probably got less sugar in it than some of the foods that are on offer.


      These schools don&#39;t cook food: they reheat ready-made products. Never mind its compromised nutritional character, no one enjoys that stuff. Of course, they leave it.

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      • #18
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        My kids are allergic to peanuts and tree nuts. Makes it harder.

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