• vonvorysnorm wrote a new post, Please don't make me eat that. , on the site Food For Thought. 7 years, 1 month ago

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    Out most recent article that we had to read was about forced consumption of food. I think this topic is something that is a serious issue in our country. Until reading this article, I never realized how big of […]

    • I agree with you about being open to try different foods. Some you will like while others not so much, but you will not know until you try. It helps you become more rounded and gives you more to talk about. I really like the pictures on top of your page to direct you to whatever post, very creative and cute.

    • I also enjoyed eating vegetables and fruits when I was little too, and my parents never really had a problem with us eating them like most parents do. I think that’s cool that you also enjoyed eating fruits and vegetables as a child. It’s not really a common thing for kids to willingly eat these things, but it definitely makes our parents happy that we are eating something healthy. I do have to admit that once in a while, I enjoyed eating fast food as a kid too. But I later realized how unhealthy it was when I grew older. My parents actually grew these fruits and vegetables in their garden in our backyard and let us pick them when they were ready. It made it more enjoyable for my sister and I to eat what we have picked. They were also fully organic and super healthy! And I’m also one to be adventurous with food and try new things. My mom is the same way and I think I get that adventurous side from her. I grew up eating a lot of “weird” things that are considered delicacies in my culture, so I guess it’s safe to say that I don’t mind trying a wide range of new foods. I totally agree that introducing your kids to new foods is definitely a benefit to their eating habits. 🙂 Loved reading your post!