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If you or your children were picky eaters as children, are you still a picky eater as an adult?

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      Diane17 wrote Nov 15, 2013
    • I ask this because both of my boys are picky eaters.  They do not like vegetables at all and are very reluctant to try anything new.  I have to “hide” the vegetables in things like chocolate zucchini bread.  Very frustrating!




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Nov 15, 2013
    • I was not a picky eater as a child and I’m not one as an adult. I like just about everything. It’s frustrating, Diane, when kids won’t eat veggies. Our granddaughter used to eat everything I put in front of her; vegetables, fruits, pasta, fish, all kinds of protein. That was when she was little. Her grandmother raises her and feeds her McDonalds and fast food a lot. Now, when she’s at our house, the only thing I can give her is pasta with pesto sauce. I used to make it for her when she was small and she asks for it every time she comes over.




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      Linda L wrote Nov 15, 2013
    • I was never a picky eater and my daughter didn’t care for a lot of greens and liked fast food. Now she’s a vegetarian and although I’m not, I’ve adapted to her way of eating and have cut down a lot on meat.




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      Tuliplady wrote Nov 15, 2013
    • I was a very picky eater as a child, but I’m not now.

      My children were not given the opportunity to be picky eaters.  They had to eat what I cooked or they did not eat at all. There are certain things now that they won’t eat.  Most of them won’t touch squash.  One prefers raw vegetables to cooked.




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      Marya1961 wrote Nov 16, 2013
    • I was never a picky eater and still am not, cooking was always a fun experience for me as my mom was way ahead of her time and shopped at food co-ops.




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