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The question of hiding ingredients in kids’ foods is one that comes up a lot in our Facebook group, Healthy Plant-Based Families. A healthy family is more than just people who don’t get plagued by illness or who eat well. There is knowledge and life skills that go along with it. I know there have been tons of cookbooks written about being a sneaky parent and getting those greens in places the kids would never look. Give a listen and find out what I really think about hiding ingredients in kids’ foods.

Jessica asks “Should I hide ingredients in foods I make so my kids will eat them?

 

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