No creatures on her plate

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  1. mcscraps5 says:

    It must be frustrating. It’s hard enough to get kids to eat sometimes and to add to that an aversion to meat makes it that much more difficult. How do you explain to kids that a food chain exists and that we are at the top of it? Some animals eat plants. Other animals eat those. We eat animals. A lion cub doesn’t tell his mother that it refuses to eat antelope. What’s a parent to do?

  2. Alison says:

    Life’s never easy with children is it?
    Alison xx

  3. 3boysmommd says:

    Well, Boca and Morning Star make some pretty tasty “fake meat” products if you get desperate – they even have corn dogs. Kids are so funny – it amazes me to watch them develop their own opinions!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Well there is always Boca or Morningstar – they have some pretty tasty “fake meat” products. It amazes me how kids can develop such strong opinions about these things! Take good care, my dear! Love
    Cyndi S

  5. Carol Anne says:

    When my youngest was 7, she said the same thing. Of course, her older sister started saying things like: “yummy pig!” “yummy cow!”. Ah, the love between the sisters is so special…

    Good luck with your vegetarians!

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