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A Note From Christine Wong

Nourish your child with natural, vibrant, whole ingredient foods – foods that you feel GREAT about feeding them. Good eating habits start at any age, the younger, the better! After all, a healthy child is a happy child (and a happy parent!) Here are some delicious and nutritious food ideas to help inspire healthy and adventurous toddler to teen eaters!. ;)
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As a child, school lunches always included a Lebanese bread sandwich.  I didn't get why Mum didn't…

Mini Lebanese Bread Pockets Filled With Falafel, Salad & Beetroot Spread

As a child, school lunches always included a Lebanese bread sandwich. I didn't get why Mum didn't just buy 'normal' bread...you know, the 'wonder white' kind that all the other kids had! Now (many, many) years later, my own kids' lunches often include Lebanese bread sandwiches. Difference is, now the other kids want the Lebanese bread sandwich too!
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A Note From Christine Wong

As we start to know more about food and about making healthy choices, it's always refreshing to see kids who are confident and happy to eat different foods. These vibrant sandwiches are certainly more enticing (and more nutritious!) than the standard, plain, neutral-colored sandwich. A good rule-of-thumb is to incorporate a "rainbow" of colorful produce into any meal, and you can feel great about the foods your kids eat.
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