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      i have learnedsome great ideas from the “Sneaky Chef” book that include fresh vegetables pureed ahead and frozen into ice cube trays for future meals. i save money on vegetables this way when purchasing sale items and those in season andthere isneverany waste. it even doubles as homemade baby food.

      the website has some recipes for free http://www.thesneakychef.combut lots are left out so we borrowed the book from the library.

      our familyfavorites include the twice baked potatoes w/cauliflower and the chocolate chip pancakes.


      — On Tue, 6/24/08, jmanders05 wrote:

      From: jmanders05
      Subject: : Re: Kids vs. Vegetables
      Date: Tuesday, June 24, 2008, 11:39 AM

      I add cauliflower to mac and cheese too. It doesn’t even have to be
      pureed just chopped small, it blends right it with the pasta.

      — In Budget101_@yahoogro, “Joi” wrote:
      > My kids run when they see a vegetable, so I want to share some of
      > my “tricks” to get them to eat them. With any tomato sauce ie..
      > spaghetti, goulash, sloppy joe, pizza I cook frozen pea/carrot mix and
      > puree them and add them into the sauce as I cook it. I am sure there is
      > other vegetables that would work with this, such as pumpkin, sqash,
      > sweet potato. Now for white sauce, I cook and puree zuchini or
      > cauliflower mixes well with my chicken pot pie, mashed potato,
      > stroganoff. Sweet potato, squash and pumpkin work well with cheese
      > sauce. What I look for is vegetables that don’t
      have a strong flavor,
      > take on other flavors well and that will puree easily. Most of these
      > also make great thickeners. If you have any other ideas I would love to
      > hear them. I have tried to introduce them, still continue, but until
      > they realize vegetables are not an enemy they will still get them, they
      > just won’t know it.

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