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Packing a Zero Waste and Healthy Lunch Box

By Fredrica Syren a.k a Green mom: This is the first year I have to pack lunch for all three of my children. Eeek! Where did the time go? Anyway, I have to say that packing a fun, healthy and zero waste lunch is tricky and takes some serious creativity. …

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The Importance Of Healthy Lunch For Children

By Dawn Matthews Food is something I am passionate about. My father and grandmother always instilled in me the way family comes together, the way you nurture one another through the preparation, the cooking, and the eating, and just the sharing of food and time at the table. Every day …

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Whole Lunches in School and Home – A Revolution

By Dawn Matthews Food is something I am passionate about. My father and grandmother always instilled in me the way family comes together, the way you nurture one another through the preparation, the cooking, and the eating, and just the sharing of food and time at the table. Every day …

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Kids lunch–zucchini & carrot pancakes

I have to get really creative when it comes to making Bella’s school lunch which is eaten cold. This zucchini & carrot pancake is her favorite so far. I guess what kid does not like pancakes hum?. However, these are different with almost nu sweetener, spelt flour and two vegetables …

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Bella’s lunch

I got lot of questions on what I pack for Bella’s lunch the three days she is in school. Here is examples from her menu; Avocado sandwich (sprouted whole wheat bread with mashed avocado) Cooked edamame, fresh orange pepper cut into smaller pieces Apple slices Water Carrot pancake cooked sweet …

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Big nutritional lunch for a small tummy

Today was Bella’s first day of school! She is attending the Waldorf school 10 minutes from our house. We love the school because their focus is on the individual child, art, wholesome, organic and nutritional food. Everyday they cook a wholesome grain (the kids help out) and eat together. I …

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