It’s simple: kids who help prepare their food are much more likely to eat it. (Broccoli included.) Which means Raddish is perfect for budding chefs and hesitant eaters.
Raddish Kids is theme-based. Each kit has a "collectible apron patch, illustrated recipes, tools, and thematic culinary fun like, 'Ticket to Japan', 'Food is Art', and 'My Dream Restaurant'.
The kits and "recipes are packed with math, science, geography, history, culture, and more. Raddish takes the guesswork out of cooking with kids at a fraction of the price of a cooking class".
Now, kids as young as 4 and those adults who need a visual, step-by-step approach to learning how to cook, can learn in their own home without an "audience"! How about for that kid ready to go to college!
Enjoy! TTFN, Claudia
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