Sometimes I feel like a broken record, yet it’s a message I know we all need to hear and be reminded of. Getting our kids in the kitchen is one of the greatest gifts and life-skills we can give them. Depending on the allergy status of your kids, they may be able to eat out anytime they’d like. Perhaps they have an allergy to romaine and strawberry. Those are much easier to avoid than say, dairy and wheat. Either way, teaching kids with food allergies and special diets how to cook (and clean) is something they will need for the rest of their lives.
Not only is getting these kids in the kitchen important for life-skills (and survival), it also helps with independence, math, logic, problem solving, and much more. If you have a question that wasn’t covered in the podcast, leave us a comment, or shoot us an email. We’re always here to help 🙂