Confessions of a Formerly Picky Eater

Confessions of a formerly picky eater

Are you working to ditch processed foods and put more real food on the table? This month we’re running a series called Real Food Made Simple: A Beginner’s Guide to Eating Better. Our goal is to answer the questions you might have and make the transition a whole lot easier! Written by Stephanie, Creator and Editor of Keeper of the Home Would it surprise you to know that I was an insanely picky eater as a child? I ate meat-and-potato type meals just fine, along […]

Kids, Veggies, and Grace: What to Do With a Picky Eater

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Written by Brandy, Contributing Writer There was once this little girl who hated tomatoes. The very thought of them nauseated her, and so if one dared touch her food, she grimaced disdainfully, and flicked the slimy debris from her plate as best she could. Annoyed that the food she would have eaten had been tainted by this undesirable, unnecessary addition to her plate, she chose to not eat anything at all. There were other times. Like when her mother made casseroles with tiny, chopped onions. […]

Picky Eaters: Avoiding the Dinnertime Dilemma By Raising Children With a Heart of Gratitude

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Written by Courtney, Contributing Writer Picky eaters, finicky eaters, stubborn, selective. The notion of children being picky about their food is common these days. I’ve noticed that it’s tossed around as “normal” and accepted, even justified by some. Pop psychology and modern day experts in child development cite is as appropriate. But is it? I have to ask if this trend is something new or if young children were always “predisposed” to be picky eaters. One hundred years ago, did children reject the food their […]

Raising Healthy Eaters: Helping Our Kids to Make Great Food Choices

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Today I have the privilege of being featured at Hannah Keeley’s site, with my guest post Raising Healthy Eaters: Helping Our Kids to Make Great Food Choices. You can check out my large mugshot (seriously!) and read what I have to say about how we can encourage our children to grow up to be healthy eaters who know which foods to choose to eat and why. “As moms, we all want the best for our kids. We work hard to make sure that they have […]