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Catherine is a mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. I create simple, healthy recipes the whole family will love.

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  1. […] with Yogurt-Mint Dressing The Heritage Cook: Ranch-Flavored Cole Slaw (Gluten-Free) Weelicious: Grated Vegetable Slaw Daily*Dishin: Pineapple Jalapeno Coleslaw Virtually Homemade: Sweet and Spicy Mexican Slaw Napa […]

  2. Spicy Rainbow Slaw • Taste With The Eyes • where the image is meant to titillate and inspire the cook says:

    […] with Yogurt-Mint Dressing  The Heritage Cook: Ranch-Flavored Cole Slaw (Gluten-Free) Weelicious: Grated Vegetable Slaw Daily*Dishin: Pineapple Jalapeno Coleslaw Virtually Homemade: Sweet and Spicy Mexican Slaw Napa […]

  3. […] Yogurt-Mint Dressing 
The Heritage Cook: Ranch-Flavored Cole Slaw (Gluten-Free)
Weelicious: Grated Vegetable Slaw
Daily*Dishin: Pineapple Jalapeno Coleslaw
Virtually Homemade: Sweet and Spicy Mexican […]

  4. […] Roast with Apples and Pears with Grated Vegetable Salad For the freezer:  Make a double batch of Pork Roast with Apples and Pears for the freezer. While […]

  5. […]  Pork Roast with Apples and Pears with Grated Vegetable Salad For the freezer:  Make a double batch of Pork Roast with Apples and Pears for the freezer. While […]

  6. love the idea of having the kids make their own salad – great idea!

  7. Yes to this! We still make a version of rainbow salad (similar to this) when we’re in Hawaii and everyone (kids, included) love it!

  8. […] Grated Vegetable Salad – weelicious […]

  9. Torn lettuce is very different from slivers of cabbage though too. Cabbage is much firmer and thicker, so the instinct is to bite it first, like with carrots. Lettuce needs to be chawed on for a while with the back teeth unless shredded fine, and still gets clogged up and gets inhaled easily, since it’s lighter and bendier.

  10. Aww poor guy! My kids did start eating raw veggies pretty young (two is young, in my opinion), and all kids develop at different speeds. The grated veggies might be a better option for your son. It is also great for finger foods and getting him to practice pinching and picking up small items. Of course, always monitor your child when trying new things. If he isn’t ready for this sort of thing then just wait a little longer and try again!

  11. I love this idea. I am curious about one thing and maybe other commenters could answer and give input. How old were your kiddos whn they started eating raw veggies? I have tried salad cut up very small with my two year old and he choked and started crying. Maybe the shredding would work better. Thanks!!

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