What Chefs Feed Their Kids

Sally’s advice is quoted throughout this new book for children’s recipes.
What Chefs Feed Their Kids, by Fanee Aaron published by Lyons Press.

p. 8 “If children have been given sweets and haven’t been properly introduced to foods in the weaning process in infancy or predominantly given sweet foods as infants, they’re going to develop more of that sweet tooth.”

p. 72 ” Sally Kravich, a natural health expert, advises that those starchy white foods, because they have no fiber, can be like glue in the digestion.  It can make children become unhealthy.  She suggests making little changes like using whole grain pasta such as those made from rice or quinoa, which are more nutritious than white-flour pasta and better for the digestive system.”

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Sally Kravich

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