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Just Two More Bites!: Helping Picky Eaters Say Yes to Food Paperback – July 25, 2006
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“Thorough and practical ... what a relief for parents struggling with their child’s eating issues to have such a wonderful resource!” —Maria Bartlett, RD, MPH, Certified Parenting Educator and Nutrition Consultant
Top Customer Reviews
I've been trying to find ways to work around his picky palate and get him to try new foods, and thought Just Two More Bites might be the solution. While the book had some good ideas, most of it was really common-sense advice ("Let him choose his own foods!") and repetition of ideas we've already exhausted at this point. There were a few recipes to help sneak vitamin-rich veggies in on kids, but not as many as I'd hoped. And I have to note -- there is no way in hell I'd get my son to eat "green balls" of baked spinach, cheese and bread crumbs. Seriously? My kid with the adventurous palate might even turn up her nose at those.
Overall, I think most of the advice is geared toward parents of young picky eaters -- the recommendations and hints seemed most appropriate for older babies just experimenting with textures and new foods, up to two-year-olds in their defiant stage. I don't think other parents with older kids would find much new information or helpful advice here.
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