Author of "My Two-Year Old Eats Octopus," gives mealtime tips for raising children who love to eat everything.
(PRWEB) November 30, 2009 -- Do you have a picky eater in your house? Do you find yourself acting as a short-order cook at mealtime? Three new short online videos – one focusing on packing lunches, a second on easy dinners, and the third on answers for real-life parents’ questions – introduce useful tips to prevent and improve picky eaters from a new point of view. Nancy Tringali Piho, author of “My Two-Year-Old Eats Octopus: Raising Children Who Love to Eat Everything” and mom, worked with the Tuna Council of the National Fisheries Institute to produce the videos, which give practical pointers and recipes to show parents how the concept of loving a variety of flavorful foods is something that can be taught.
Somewhere along the way, the joy of introducing our babies to their first foods has turned into an exercise in dumbing down instead of exploring the entire range of foods we eat as families. That can lead to meals lacking in variety, nutrition, and most of all, flavor, not to mention a lot of specialized and unnecessarily time-consuming meal preparation. Piho believes g
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