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Re: now yucky veggies!

Cathy: This is where I lucked out big time with my kids. Because I'm am
not much of a veggie eater, it really did work out well that during
their very young years, their dad was at home with them in the evenings
while I worked pm shift and since he loves ALL veggies, that is what
they learned to eat and love. So my kids do eat brussels sprouts, and
mushrooms, and spinach, cabbage, sauerkraut, and tons of other veggies I
won't even get near. They did however, teach me to like fresh spinach,
so I guess there's always room for improvement. I'd never had fresh
spinach growing up...just that nasty stuff in cans, so I truly didn't
know what I was missing until my son convinced me to try it. Now it's
one of my favorites!

Melody Hobert-Mellecker
Director, Stewardship & Religious Education
St. Joseph's Parish, Hills, IA

"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious."    
--Albert Einstein

 --- On Thu 12/16, Cathy Carpenter < cathy.c@insightbb.com > wrote:
From: Cathy Carpenter [mailto: cathy.c@insightbb.com]
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date: Thu, 16 Dec 2004 06:02:08 -0600
Subject: Re: [CHAT] now yucky veggies!

I agree that its a lifestyle growing up issue. My son in law doesn't
<br>eat vegetables, period. None. He eats meat, potatoes, bread, and
<br>macaroni and cheese. My daughter grew up on a varied diet, but
<br>maintaining it is hard under those circumstances (you should see her
<br>meal wish list when she comes to visit me!). I worry about the
<br>grandbaby, though, because even though her mother is introducing
<br>vegetables, kids are observant and she will eventually notice dad's
<br>diet.<br>Cathy<br>On Wednesday, December 15, 2004, at 11:32 AM,
kmrsy@comcast.net wrote:<br><br>>> I'm glad to hear that someone else
does eat vegetables. I was<br>>> beginning to feel peculiar about
it.<br>><br>> No, I realize I'M the peculiar one. I think a lot has to
do with the <br>> way<br>> you are raised and the life you lead. I grew
up with a choice of canned<br>> peas, corn, green beans, and spinach.
Those were the only veggies I<br>> knew. Carrots, onion, and celery were
only parts of stew; I didn't<br>> really think of them as vegetables.
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