Will you impose your dietary beliefs on your children??
Growing up I was raised by a very 'meat and three vege' type of family, had a dad who used to make us sit there and eat our mashed pumpkin, if we didn't it got reheated over and over and we weren't allowed to leave the table until it was eaten (or until we fell asleep from exhaustion).
I like to explore all different types of food and all I ask is that my kids 'have a taste' - they have different taste buds and just like I would force DP to sit down and eat a plate full of sushi, I would force my child who has some strong food aversions to swallow a plate of pasta with the tomato sauce touching
I try to avoid junk but don't ban it.
We attempt to cook from scratch as much as possible but know that it can't always be done in this modern age of rush, rush, rush.
They are aware that some people don't eat meat and that some people have severe allergies, similar to how my son has a salicylate intolerance.
I am of the belief that people should be aware of where their food comes from.
So, what are your 'dietary beliefs' and do you impose them on your children???
*yes this is a spin off