Think that ‘eating like the French’ is impossible? According to the Washington Post, Japan has a similar approach to France when it comes to kids’ food! Healthy lunches prepared from scratch in Japanese schools.
Interesting: the Japanese, like the French, believe that diversity is a cornerstone of good eating habits. Food education is provided in schools, where children are told: try to eat 30 different foods every day (and 100 per week). (Reading this made me re-evaluate our daily menus!)
Now….how many different foods did your child eat today (or you, for that matter)!?
ps Thanks to Babette for sending me this link — I love it when readers do that! ;)