I don't overly care for it either but I have two kids and their pickyness in food options can get on my nerves. So once in a while I'll experiment with different things and recipes to see if I can't get them to broaden some of the foods I can get them to eat. And i'll try just about anything atleast once, when traveling I'd tell people don't tell me what it is until after I have tried it. Chocolate covered grasshoppers kinda just like choclate that is a bit crunhy... probably would have ha d hard time eating it if i knew what it was first.
Tofu i'll mix in with scrabbled eggs on occasion, turns out to be the same texture & color and you can't easilly tell the tofu pieces from the egg pieces. But the whole reason I only made it myself once was it was a hassle I didn't want to go through again considering how cheap it is to buy pre-made at places like T&T Supermarket.
Made deluxe pizza today with olives and green peppers. My oldest was more willing to eat the olives and spat out the green peppers.
In the U.S., tofu tends to be viewed as a health food. Living in Japan really changed my views on tofu, as it is a staple food item there. When you go into a supermarket in Japan, there’s an entire tofu section (like the cheese section in our American supermarkets), filled with different...
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