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Food Portions Toolkit
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Syed, of Mississauga, can prepare most of this salad by himself. He like the sweet and salty combination of flavours.
This colourful sandwich can be changed for each lunch depending on what you have available in your fridge and pantry and what your kids enjoy eating.
Jillian’s recipe inspired this green meatball version to enjoy hot from a thermos or cold packed in kids’ lunches
Add vegetables for colour and flavour.
Tuna salad is a great staple for lunch.
How To Use Different Oils When Cooking
Sample meal plan for feeding your preschooler (ages 3 to 5)
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