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You are not wrong. And it goes back to the point of the posting. Parents model for their children. They shop, prepare food and set up meal time rituals and habits. Children follow these established rituals. In the photo for this article, the child is preparing vegetables. Involving children in food preparation and cooking is important as well. The routines, rituals and practices around food can get set up well by parents, with room for children to choose within a broader range of foods. And you are right- schools also can play a healthy role in this. My youngest attends a public school where they plant and grow organic vegetables. Our entire family now eats a wider range because of his involvement in this and introductions to new vegetables I had never heard of!!
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