Meals without squeals: child care feeding guide and cookbook

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Bull Pub. Co., 1991 - Family & Relationships - 240 pages
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An essential resource, in a new expanded edition for parents and childcare providersThis book combines nutrition information with menus and recipes, while offering solutions to common feeding problems, With material on the new Food Guide Pyramid, it helps caregivers meet the nutritional needs of children in the 1990s.

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Contents

What You Should Know About Feeding Children
3
Philosophy Statement and Related Polices for Your Setting 12 Ten Ways Parents
14
Planning How and What to Feed Children
49
The Recipes
79
Sample Menus Using Our Recipes
117
Running a ShipShape Kitchen
125
J Environmental Concerns
161
Think of Mother Earth When Youre Shopping 165 Making
170
Nutrition Basics
179
Special Topics
187
References
219
Resources
227
Recipe Index
235
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About the author (1991)

Christine Berman, MPH, RD, is a registered dietitian and nutrition consultant for Marin Head Start and the owner of Feeding Frenzy, a nutrition consulting and educational product business. Jacki Fromer was a licensed Family Day Care provider for 10 years and program coordinator of Family Day Care training and support services at the Marin Child Care Council.

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