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    Quote Originally Posted by lovesushi View Post
    Your kids all eat veggies??? Anyone wants to swap? I gave DS noodle, springrolls (which he loves) with some lettuce, bean sprout, cuccumber, herbs chopped finely. He got mad at me when he detected a piece of veggie and threw everything on the floor argggg
    My DS won't eat veggies either, just flatly refuses. I make sure he has fruit and keep putting veggies on his plate as well as pureeing and mixing into pasta sauce so he doesn't know. I do green sauce that has spinach and peas and orange sauce that has pumpkin and carrot and the usual tomato and I just rotate through them. He has pasta about 3-4 times a week as it's the only thing he really eats.

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    DD will nibble veggies raw as I'm cooking, especially carrot, green beans and frozen peas. She doesn't really eat them when they're on her plate though (except the peas, she just loves peas in all forms). I encourage her to try them as I'm cooking because raw veg is good and always put them on her plate. I also load most of our meals with veg so at least some is going in.

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    Lunch is leftover pasta from lasts night (sauce has hidden zucchini and capsicum)
    Leftover meat and veg from a stew that hubs made on the campfire
    Avocado sandwhich and strawberries

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    Where can I find divided plates like that lexim?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobinSparkles View Post
    Where can I find divided plates like that lexim?
    Hmmm? I got these awhile ago from my local Coles. Try there? They came with a plate and cup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lexim View Post
    Hmmm? I got these awhile ago from my local Coles. Try there? They came with a plate and cup.
    Awesome thank you, I'll have a look.
    I have been trying to find some for ages but haven't seen them in any stores!

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    Believe it or not Charlie and Lola is what helped DS with eating his veggies. We had the book and dvd with the show where Charlie is giving Lola dinner and changing the names of food to get her to eat and DS loved them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovesushi View Post
    Thanks! He's 22mo so hopefully it's will pass soon.
    Yep both of mine went through a painful stage at around that age. I grated veg into just about anything I could!!!

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    My boys were a bit peckish after dinner tonight. They had these for dessert. It's a corn thin with ricotta cheese and honey.
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