It’s not only the taste or appearance of vegetables that can leave a parent with the challenge of convincing children to eat them. Sometimes it’s the way veggies hit the palette.
Words like “slimy” or “fuzzy” aren’t usually a good sign when kids use them to describe foods they’re sampling. But as every person’s taste buds are different, so are many children’s preference of food texture.
A challenge in finding the right feel and fit often comes with broccoli. Below are a few tips for introducing its healthy, green goodness to your children.