Rev. Skarekroe: Canned tomatoes? Who feeds their kid canned tomatoes?
question_dj: Rev. Skarekroe: Canned tomatoes? Who feeds their kid canned tomatoes?If I want San Marzano tomatoes for my red sauce, I have to use canned.
Odin's Other Eye: Demiglace: Odin's Other Eye: Why does ANYONE eat microwaved popcorn? It takes maybe 5 minutes to make a big pot of real popcorn, and it tastes SO MUCH BETTER. Even with a ton of butter, it's one of the best snacks out there. My kid gets a fair amount of processed meat - you can't be a kid in Norway and not eat pølse (hot dogs) - but why anyone would give their kids "sports drinks", sugared cereal or kid yogurt I don't understand. Tomatoes here come in cartons, and BPA was outlawed a long time ago, so I think we're ok there.But seriously. Kids will like plain yogurt with a little honey or jam in it. Kids will eat a lot of things if you don't make them afraid of it - they don't need special "kid food." Plain cereal is fine, or just eat some good toast or something. Feed your kids food - it doesn't have to be super organic kelp flakes, just regular old food - and run them like dogs. They'll do fine.If you're extremely active you end up sweating up a storm which can make it helpful to drink something like a sports drink to help with quenching your thirst, since just drinking water on its own won't really hydrate you if there's no salts/electrolytes.I remember hearing as a kid how some kids would get salt tablets from their coach to help out in longer games for instance.So if you have kids that are really running around playing a large amount then it is somewhat sensible to try a sport's drink.I guess I can grant you that. But water works pretty ok, too. And usually when I see kids drinking "sports drinks" it is in a completely non-sports-related context. It's like Vitamin Water - the labeling makes you think it's good for you, when mostly, it's just another kind of sugar water.
dready zim: You have cans with plastic lining on the inside? I was worried because I eat tinned tomatoes but I`ve never seen that. I was wondering how plastic got into a metal can. I`ll avoid those if I see them.
kroonermanblack: Fat is bad and causes colon cancer in children?
genepool lifeboat: legion_of_doo: genepool lifeboat: Want to keep your kids healthy? Let them go outside to play.until they get kidnapped by the kiddy diddler down the street!!!!11!!!1Not if they're quick. Another reason to not fill them with junk and keep them indoors, harder to catch.
Kyro: I'm not a parent, nor an extraordinarily healthy eater. But I always wonder why you see parents giving a 5-month-old ice cream, or cake, or candy. They have no benchmark on junk food. Why not cram their gullets with as much wholesomely unappealing vegetables you can until they discover sugar on their own? I mean yeah the gig will eventually be up, but this seems like an avoidable problem to me.
apoptotic: I was expecting chicken nuggets to be on that list.
skozlaw: legion_of_doo: processed meat. i recall reading something about natural nitrites like celery juice. the funny thing being that chemistry dont give a damn if shiat is natural or not. plus, we like spam. and bacon. and hot dogs.Nonsense. "All natural" automatically means it's good for you, everyone knows that. Otherwise my daily therapy regimen involving rubbing sumac all over my body... why... it would be absurd!
HotWingConspiracy: Who the hell wants to drink milk after playing soccer on a hot day? Barf
legion_of_doo: microwave popcorn. is it really that hard to make popcorn? yes, rhetorical. no, it isnt hard, and it's more economical to buy regular popping corn. plus, you can still microwave it if you wanted to.processed meat. i recall reading something about natural nitrites like celery juice. the funny thing being that chemistry dont give a damn if shiat is natural or not. plus, we like spam. and bacon. and hot dogs.
genepool lifeboat: Want to keep your kids healthy? Let them go outside to play.
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