Eat Your Vegetables

Cinnamon, eat your vegetables. Daddy asked, “I thought you liked some vegetables.” Cinnamon shook her head. “I like pudding, ice cream and candy.” “Sweets are not healthy,” Daddy answered. Cinnamon stuck out her tongue.

Author: Leesa Toscano

Publisher: America Star Books

ISBN: 9781630849153

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

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"Cinnamon wants to eat foods like pudding, cookies, cakes, candy and pancakes with syrup. Mommy, Daddy and her two sisters Sage and Ginger like to eat vegetables. Cinnamon wants to be more like her family. Cinnamon does not like vegetables! She wants to be taller, stronger, and smarter too. "Eat Your Vegetables!" said Ginger and Sage. innamon said, "Can I have donuts or pancakes with syrup? I want that for dinner." Mommy said, "No, you can not have donuts or pancakes with syrup. Cinnamon, eat your dinner." Daddy said, "Eat Your Vegetables." What will Cinnamon do next? Will she ever eat her vegetables?"

Eat Your Vegetables

Bold Recipes for the Single Cook [A Cookbook] Joe Yonan. Vegetables are food.” That's why you don't see the former word used in any of the restaurant's marketing materials, something Vedgehas in common withDirt Candy.

Author: Joe Yonan

Publisher: Ten Speed Press

ISBN: 9781607744436

Category: Cooking

Page: 204

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A collection of eclectic vegetarian and vegan recipes for singles as well as lone vegetarians in meat-eating households, from the beloved James Beard award-winning Washington Post editor and author of Serve Yourself. Whether you’re­­ a single vegetarian, an omnivore who’s looking to incorporate more vegetables in your life, or a lone vegetarian in a meat-eating household, you know the frustrations of trying to shop, plan, and cook for one. With Eat Your Vegetables, award-winning food editor of The Washington Post and author of the popular column Cooking for One, Joe Yonan serves up a tasty book about the joys of solo vegetarian cooking. With 80 satisfying and globally-inspired vegetarian, vegan, and flexitarian recipes such as Spinach Enchiladas, Spicy Basil Tofu Fried Rice, and One-Peach Crisp with Cardamom and Honey, Yonan arms single vegetarians with easy and tasty meal options that get beyond the expected. In addition to Yonan’s fail-proof recipes, Eat Your Vegetables offers practical information on shopping for, storing, and reusing ingredients, as well as essays on a multitude of meatless topics, including moving beyond mock meat and the evolution of vegetarian restaurants. The perfect book for anyone looking to expand their vegetarian and produce-based repertoire, Yonan’s charming, personable voice and unfussy cooking style encourage home cooks—both new and experienced—to take control in the kitchen and craft delicious veggie-centric meals for one.

Eat Your Vegetables Healthy Eating Habits


Author: Mary Elizabeth Salzmann

Publisher: ABDO

ISBN: 9781629693934

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

View: 193


Eating right is a healthy habit. Eat Your Vegetables!: Healthy Eating Habits will teach readers all about the five food groups; fruits, vegetables, grains, protein and dairy. Also included is a helpful chart from Simple sentences and charming photos engage young children. A comprehensive and critical thinking quiz will make learning fun and effective. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Sandcastle is an imprint of Abdo Publishing, a division of ABDO.

Mommy Ant Eat Your Vegetables

No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without written permission from the publisher , with the ... Library of Congress Cataloging - in - Publication Data Brouwer , Sigmund , 1959Mommy Ant , eat your vegetables ...

Author: Sigmund Brouwer

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 0849977339

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

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Mommy Ant and her family realize the importance of eating their vegetables.

The Vegetables I Hate

This aversion to vegetables can create a struggle between parents who want their kids to eat well and be healthy and strong, and kids who don't yet understand the benefits of eating green beans and broccoli. As a child, I hated cooked ...

Author: Suzanne Anderson

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781496901873

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 34

View: 638


Remember when your parents tried and tried to get you to eat your vegetables? Yuck! Remember how hard it was to try just a taste of peas or squash or green beans? In this amusing story, you'll meet Devin, whose facial expressions clearly tell you how much he HATES his vegetables! But wait! His little brother seems to LOVE vegetables! Maybe Devin will eventually learn to enjoy vegetables, especially when he learns how nutritious they are!

Ferment Your Vegetables

Vegetables with a brightly colored outer skin (red radishes and beets, for instance) may also shed their color, giving you very colorful brine. When they're ready to eat, the fermented vegetables themselves may appear lighter (radishes) ...

Author: Amanda Feifer

Publisher: Fair Winds Press

ISBN: 9781627887557

Category: Cooking

Page: 208

View: 102


Ferment Your Vegetables for Flavor, Health, and Fun! Fermented vegetables are a great, healthy addition to anyone's diet. Abundant in probiotics, enzymes, vitamins, minerals, and more, research continues to reveal the many ways that these foods positively contribute to our well-being. From kimchi and sauerkraut to pickles and kvass, fermented foods have been part of the human diet for millennia--and are rightfully reclaiming their place at our daily table. The idea of fermenting vegetables at home can be intimidating for those who have never tried it before. The truth is, it's quite easy once you learn just a few basic concepts. In Ferment Your Vegetables, author Amanda Feifer, fermentation expert and founder of, serves as your guide, showing you, step by step, how you can create traditional, delicious fermented food at home, using only simple ingredients and a little time. No fancy starters or elaborate equipment required. Using only veggies, a few spices, and a glass jar, here's just a small sampling of recipes you could start making today: -Zucchini Bread Pickles -Curried Cauliflower Pickles -Pint of Pickled Peppers -Simplest Sauerkraut -Ginger Beet Kraut -Green Bean Kimchi -Wild Fermented Tomato Sauce -Bullseye Beet Kvass Ferment Your Vegetables will make beginners wonder why they didn't start sooner, and give veteran fermenters loads of new ideas and techniques to try at home. All aboard the probiotic train!

The Everything Grow Your Own Vegetables Book

If you plan to eat your frozen veggies within a month, you do not have to blanch these items. Any veggies that will be stored longer than a month should be blanched. BLANCHING VEGETABLES Vegetable Blanching Time Asparagus 2 minutes ...

Author: Catherine Abbott

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781440500145

Category: Gardening

Page: 304

View: 712


Vine-ripened tomatoes. Succulent squash. Plump cucumbers. Growing vegetables is a rewarding and cost-effective way to eat better for less. Yet many don't know where to start. Author and farmer Catherine Abbott answers questions like: What is the best way to maximize my garden space? How do I get started growing food to sustain my family? Can I grow vegetables inside my house? How can I tell if my vegetables are primed for eating? Will I really save money by growing my own? You will find affordable tips on how to plant and harvest more than thirty common vegetables, from spinach and eggplant to corn and beans. Abbott's expertise shines on planting, fertilizing, watering, weeding, and troubleshooting. This book has everything you need to grow fresh, delicious veggies in any climate, any time of year!


In the collective consciousness, vegetables are associated with diets and austerity. For Rabelais or Rousseau, they were the key to a balanced and sober eating plan. We find them in the maternal or medical commands “Eat your spinach,” ...

Author: Evelyne Bloch-Dano

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226059969

Category: Cooking

Page: 128

View: 817


From Michael Pollan to locavores, Whole Foods to farmers' markets, today cooks and foodies alike are paying more attention than ever before to the history of the food they bring into their kitchens—and especially to vegetables. Whether it’s an heirloom tomato, curled cabbage, or succulent squash, from a farmers' market or a backyard plot, the humble vegetable offers more than just nutrition—it also represents a link with long tradition of farming and gardening, nurturing and breeding. In this charming new book, those veggies finally get their due. In capsule biographies of eleven different vegetables—artichokes, beans, chard, cabbage, cardoons, carrots, chili peppers, Jerusalem artichokes, peas, pumpkins, and tomatoes—Evelyne Bloch-Dano explores the world of vegetables in all its facets, from science and agriculture to history, culture, and, of course, cooking. From the importance of peppers in early international trade to the most recent findings in genetics, from the cultural cachet of cabbage to Proust’s devotion to beef-and-carrot stew, to the surprising array of vegetables that preceded the pumpkin as the avatar of All Hallow’s Eve, Bloch-Dano takes readers on a dazzling tour of the fascinating stories behind our daily repasts. Spicing her cornucopia with an eye for anecdote and a ready wit, Bloch-Dano has created a feast that’s sure to satisfy gardeners, chefs, and eaters alike.

Critical Reflection

Learning from this, we must resist inferring from (9) that you will get dessert if you eat your vegetables. Perhaps you took so long, there is no dessert left. Perhaps judging by your track record of vegetable eating, dessert was not ...

Author: Malcolm Murray

Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP

ISBN: 9780773583580

Category: Philosophy

Page: 531

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In an era of information overload, our need to learn how to critically evaluate the growing flood of information has never been greater. Critical Reflection showcases the role of reason in a world saturated by media-enhanced persuasion and complex scientific and technological jargon. Drawing from the classic philosophical texts, this engaging textbook on the art of analyzing arguments is also relevant to today's undergraduates in its use of real-life examples and exercises drawn mainly from media and politics. Malcolm Murray and Nebojsa Kujundzic cover the standard subjects in a one-semester course on critical thinking, offering ways to analyze arguments in the following areas: * language use * acceptability conditions for truth * categorical and propositional logic * induction * causal claims * probability reasoning * analogical reasoning * an in-depth analysis of informal fallacies Critical Reflection further distinguishes itself with in-depth answers to chapter exercises that are incorporated directly into the authors' detailed discussions. This is an ideal textbook to help professors foster autonomous thinking among their students.

The Complete Idiot s Guide to Heirloom Vegetables

This simple list-making task will go far in saving you money, as well as being sure that you'll actually eat the vegetables you grow. It's interesting to take this money-saving concept a bit further and actually do the math.

Author: Chris McLaughlin

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781101441831

Category: Gardening

Page: 320

View: 944


A garden of delight-and healthy, economical eating. In The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Heirloom Vegetables, readers will learn the rewards of growing heirlooms; find hundreds of descriptions and histories of a variety of available vegetables and find out how to make pollination work. ?Helps readers grow and eat locally, reduce or eliminate pesticides and additives, and save money along the way ?Includes step-by-step instructions for harvesting, drying, cleaning, and storing heirloom seeds ?For economical reasons-as well as concern for the environment and personal health-the popularity of gardening has grown in recent years