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Adam@Home by Rob Harrell for September 30, 2009

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    millardjk  almost 11 years ago

    My kids (aged 5 and 2) love broccoli, especially if we steam it and drizzle a little (and I mean VERY little, not drowning like in a casserole) melted cheese on it.

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    MisngNOLA  almost 11 years ago

    I never ate broccoli nor many vegetables at all when I was a kid. I was the quintessential picky eater, but now that I am older, I relish the thought of trying new foods and foreign cuisines, and it sort of shows in the waistline area, lol.

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    alondra  almost 11 years ago

    My family has always loved broccoli but we hated spinach. One thing they could do for a start is make sure the kids take multi vitamins every day.

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    ColoradoRider  almost 11 years ago

    That’s a good way to get them to hate cookie dough…

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    bald  almost 11 years ago

    broccoli in a cookie dough, come on adam you have got to be kidding, the kids will be able to smell it. puree it and add it to milk with chocolate syrup

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    Kaytebb  almost 11 years ago

    ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!! That’s nasty! I have on the other hand managed to sneak zucchini, squash and, weirdly enough, beets into cookies, cupcakes and cake and my nieces have no idea they’re getting their veggies. I even once let my niece have an oatmeal cookie before dinner that had squash or something in it and it was nice and sweet and she was so awe struck, but it was our little secret from daddy, Auntie Kay letting her have cookies before a dinner where she didn’t eat any veggies. ;)

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    CorvetteLiz  almost 11 years ago

    No one is really sure why some kids are born with spina bifida, but doctors and scientists have found some possible reasons. They’ve learned that folic (say: foh-lik) acid is very important, especially when a baby is growing inside its mother. Folic acid is one of the B vitamins found in foods like broccoli, spinach, egg yolks, and oranges. If a woman doesn’t have enough folic acid in her diet while she’s pregnant, she may be more likely to have a baby with spina bifida. Luckily, special vitamins containing folic acid are available for pregnant women.

    So eat your broccoli! Be healthy. :)

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    johnnydoc5  almost 11 years ago

    Genius! They’ll never see it coming.

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    Ashrey  almost 11 years ago

    Oh, thank you for the funny eyes he does! It is too cute!

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    maggiesgrannie  almost 11 years ago

    I must be related to Adam. I have been trying to figure out how to get my dil to eat spinach. >^..^<

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