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Kids cook with Veggie Broth

The better the broth the better the soup! A blend of spices, aromatics, and various veggies can contribute to the aroma and flavor. When kids grow their own organic raised bed veggie garden, they can harvest an abundance of veggies….

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Kids read Food Labels

When kids go to the grocery store with their folks, they can make a game of reading all the different labels on fresh and packaged foods. In the produce section, kids will find labels saying “USDA organic” and “local”, which…

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Kids eat their Veggies

Parents ask “How can I get my kids to eat their veggies?” When parents enjoy eating their veggies and savor every bite with “mmm” and “ahh”, they are being the example for their kids to follow. Families can consciously make…

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Kid Chef Maple Berry Toast

Instead of toaster pastries filled with fat, sodium, sugar, additives, and empty calories, kids can make a quick, healthy, and yummy treat for breakfast with organic mixed whole grain seeded bread and fresh organic berries. In a saucepan, kids can…

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Kids grow Bitter Melon

Kids in Asia eat biller melon stir fry with chilies, vegetables, rice, and oil, but many think it is the bitterest vegetable they have ever tried. Bitter melon is a fruit related to cucumbers, and is ready to harvest in…

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Kids grow Mushrooms

Kids can enjoy the earthy goodness of mushrooms by growing commercially developed spores at home. Mushroom kits allow kids to harvest the mushrooms at peak freshness and have the best flavor and texture easily available. The simplest kit is a…

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Kid Chef Peanut Sauce

Kids can use organic coconut amino instead of soy sauce as it has 65% less sodium.  Diabetic kids can use it for seasoning as it is a pure, raw, low glycemic food. It is made from the fermented sap of…

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