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Shopping for his meals must have been pretty easy

Imagine surviving on this alone for 11 years.

As any parent can tell you, young children are some of the pickiest eaters around. However, one kid’s story of food devotion surpasses all others.

Tyler Hives of Coventry, England, has spent most of his life eating just one thing: canned baked beans and pork sausages. He had suffered a feeding tube as a premature infant that lead to a distaste for chewing or swallowing, according to his mother, Lindsay. Despite frequent pleas from her to try new fare, Tyler always refused, instead asking for beans and sausages.

If the strange circumstances don’t seem normal, that’s because they aren’t. Tyler suffered from “selective eating disorder,” but despite this medical prognosis, the doctors offered no comfort, merely asserting that Tyler was a picky eater and would soon grow out of the phase.

Worried, Lindsay found a hypnotherapist with experience in the area to help Tyler. After just one session, Tyler was “transformed,” and his diet now looks much more normal, hopefully including some British classics.


How to Raise a Vegetarian Child + 10 Recipes They'll Love

I was inspired to write about How to Raise a Vegetarian Child + 10 Recipes They'll Love after hearing from so many parents who worry about their children getting enough protein and balanced nutrition when they decide to avoid eating meat.

When my now 11 year old son was only 6 years old he declared &ldquoI&rsquom never going to eat animals, I&rsquom a vegetarian!&rdquo The first few days I thought this was very sweet and humanitarian of him, but as the days and weeks carried on he continued his passion for eating a totally animal-free lifestyle.

From the time Kenya was little he never loved fish, chicken or meat. I would offer him meat, chicken and fish once a day (as my husband and I tend to eat) over the years, but there were few meat based foods he really loved. The one way I could almost always get him to eat it was when I served ground meat in recipes like Chicken Meatloaf Bites, Tacos and Burgers, but even then he wasn&rsquot thrilled.

Looking back now I realize it may just be his DNA and taste buds coupled with his love and passion for animals. Instead of fighting him on the subject or making him feel like he couldn&rsquot make this lifestyle choice at such a young age I&rsquove tried to be supportive, under the one condition that he&rsquos a &ldquogood&rdquo vegetarian. What that means is he needs to eat complex proteins at every meal to make sure his growing body gets what it needs.

From the start of the day I make sure he has plenty of protein in his smoothies for breakfast and offer plenty to him throughout the day in his lunch, dinner and even dessert. I don&rsquot make myself feel like a short order cook making him something different at every meal. I make the same dinner I would for everyone else in the family and if I&rsquom serving an animal protein I substitute something simple or add to another dish I&rsquom making so that he feels full and sated as well.

Lost on what types of vegetarian protein to offer? Here&rsquos a list of my favorites:

* nuts, seeds and seed or nut butters

* cheese (Kenya&rsquos an equal opportunist when it comes to cheese)

* beans (that means whole beans or hummus)

* tofu (since we got our air-fryer it&rsquos become a game changer making tofu recipes super fast)

* chia and hemp seeds (packed with omega fatty acids as well, they&rsquore great to sprinkle on oatmeal and add to smoothies)

Don&rsquot take it from me. Here are 10 of Kenya&rsquos favorite vegetarian protein packed recipes that I&rsquove made time and time again!

Brown Rice Cakes (these are a great use of leftover rice and a major favorite)


How to Raise a Vegetarian Child + 10 Recipes They'll Love

I was inspired to write about How to Raise a Vegetarian Child + 10 Recipes They'll Love after hearing from so many parents who worry about their children getting enough protein and balanced nutrition when they decide to avoid eating meat.

When my now 11 year old son was only 6 years old he declared &ldquoI&rsquom never going to eat animals, I&rsquom a vegetarian!&rdquo The first few days I thought this was very sweet and humanitarian of him, but as the days and weeks carried on he continued his passion for eating a totally animal-free lifestyle.

From the time Kenya was little he never loved fish, chicken or meat. I would offer him meat, chicken and fish once a day (as my husband and I tend to eat) over the years, but there were few meat based foods he really loved. The one way I could almost always get him to eat it was when I served ground meat in recipes like Chicken Meatloaf Bites, Tacos and Burgers, but even then he wasn&rsquot thrilled.

Looking back now I realize it may just be his DNA and taste buds coupled with his love and passion for animals. Instead of fighting him on the subject or making him feel like he couldn&rsquot make this lifestyle choice at such a young age I&rsquove tried to be supportive, under the one condition that he&rsquos a &ldquogood&rdquo vegetarian. What that means is he needs to eat complex proteins at every meal to make sure his growing body gets what it needs.

From the start of the day I make sure he has plenty of protein in his smoothies for breakfast and offer plenty to him throughout the day in his lunch, dinner and even dessert. I don&rsquot make myself feel like a short order cook making him something different at every meal. I make the same dinner I would for everyone else in the family and if I&rsquom serving an animal protein I substitute something simple or add to another dish I&rsquom making so that he feels full and sated as well.

Lost on what types of vegetarian protein to offer? Here&rsquos a list of my favorites:

* nuts, seeds and seed or nut butters

* cheese (Kenya&rsquos an equal opportunist when it comes to cheese)

* beans (that means whole beans or hummus)

* tofu (since we got our air-fryer it&rsquos become a game changer making tofu recipes super fast)

* chia and hemp seeds (packed with omega fatty acids as well, they&rsquore great to sprinkle on oatmeal and add to smoothies)

Don&rsquot take it from me. Here are 10 of Kenya&rsquos favorite vegetarian protein packed recipes that I&rsquove made time and time again!

Brown Rice Cakes (these are a great use of leftover rice and a major favorite)


How to Raise a Vegetarian Child + 10 Recipes They'll Love

I was inspired to write about How to Raise a Vegetarian Child + 10 Recipes They'll Love after hearing from so many parents who worry about their children getting enough protein and balanced nutrition when they decide to avoid eating meat.

When my now 11 year old son was only 6 years old he declared &ldquoI&rsquom never going to eat animals, I&rsquom a vegetarian!&rdquo The first few days I thought this was very sweet and humanitarian of him, but as the days and weeks carried on he continued his passion for eating a totally animal-free lifestyle.

From the time Kenya was little he never loved fish, chicken or meat. I would offer him meat, chicken and fish once a day (as my husband and I tend to eat) over the years, but there were few meat based foods he really loved. The one way I could almost always get him to eat it was when I served ground meat in recipes like Chicken Meatloaf Bites, Tacos and Burgers, but even then he wasn&rsquot thrilled.

Looking back now I realize it may just be his DNA and taste buds coupled with his love and passion for animals. Instead of fighting him on the subject or making him feel like he couldn&rsquot make this lifestyle choice at such a young age I&rsquove tried to be supportive, under the one condition that he&rsquos a &ldquogood&rdquo vegetarian. What that means is he needs to eat complex proteins at every meal to make sure his growing body gets what it needs.

From the start of the day I make sure he has plenty of protein in his smoothies for breakfast and offer plenty to him throughout the day in his lunch, dinner and even dessert. I don&rsquot make myself feel like a short order cook making him something different at every meal. I make the same dinner I would for everyone else in the family and if I&rsquom serving an animal protein I substitute something simple or add to another dish I&rsquom making so that he feels full and sated as well.

Lost on what types of vegetarian protein to offer? Here&rsquos a list of my favorites:

* nuts, seeds and seed or nut butters

* cheese (Kenya&rsquos an equal opportunist when it comes to cheese)

* beans (that means whole beans or hummus)

* tofu (since we got our air-fryer it&rsquos become a game changer making tofu recipes super fast)

* chia and hemp seeds (packed with omega fatty acids as well, they&rsquore great to sprinkle on oatmeal and add to smoothies)

Don&rsquot take it from me. Here are 10 of Kenya&rsquos favorite vegetarian protein packed recipes that I&rsquove made time and time again!

Brown Rice Cakes (these are a great use of leftover rice and a major favorite)


How to Raise a Vegetarian Child + 10 Recipes They'll Love

I was inspired to write about How to Raise a Vegetarian Child + 10 Recipes They'll Love after hearing from so many parents who worry about their children getting enough protein and balanced nutrition when they decide to avoid eating meat.

When my now 11 year old son was only 6 years old he declared &ldquoI&rsquom never going to eat animals, I&rsquom a vegetarian!&rdquo The first few days I thought this was very sweet and humanitarian of him, but as the days and weeks carried on he continued his passion for eating a totally animal-free lifestyle.

From the time Kenya was little he never loved fish, chicken or meat. I would offer him meat, chicken and fish once a day (as my husband and I tend to eat) over the years, but there were few meat based foods he really loved. The one way I could almost always get him to eat it was when I served ground meat in recipes like Chicken Meatloaf Bites, Tacos and Burgers, but even then he wasn&rsquot thrilled.

Looking back now I realize it may just be his DNA and taste buds coupled with his love and passion for animals. Instead of fighting him on the subject or making him feel like he couldn&rsquot make this lifestyle choice at such a young age I&rsquove tried to be supportive, under the one condition that he&rsquos a &ldquogood&rdquo vegetarian. What that means is he needs to eat complex proteins at every meal to make sure his growing body gets what it needs.

From the start of the day I make sure he has plenty of protein in his smoothies for breakfast and offer plenty to him throughout the day in his lunch, dinner and even dessert. I don&rsquot make myself feel like a short order cook making him something different at every meal. I make the same dinner I would for everyone else in the family and if I&rsquom serving an animal protein I substitute something simple or add to another dish I&rsquom making so that he feels full and sated as well.

Lost on what types of vegetarian protein to offer? Here&rsquos a list of my favorites:

* nuts, seeds and seed or nut butters

* cheese (Kenya&rsquos an equal opportunist when it comes to cheese)

* beans (that means whole beans or hummus)

* tofu (since we got our air-fryer it&rsquos become a game changer making tofu recipes super fast)

* chia and hemp seeds (packed with omega fatty acids as well, they&rsquore great to sprinkle on oatmeal and add to smoothies)

Don&rsquot take it from me. Here are 10 of Kenya&rsquos favorite vegetarian protein packed recipes that I&rsquove made time and time again!

Brown Rice Cakes (these are a great use of leftover rice and a major favorite)


How to Raise a Vegetarian Child + 10 Recipes They'll Love

I was inspired to write about How to Raise a Vegetarian Child + 10 Recipes They'll Love after hearing from so many parents who worry about their children getting enough protein and balanced nutrition when they decide to avoid eating meat.

When my now 11 year old son was only 6 years old he declared &ldquoI&rsquom never going to eat animals, I&rsquom a vegetarian!&rdquo The first few days I thought this was very sweet and humanitarian of him, but as the days and weeks carried on he continued his passion for eating a totally animal-free lifestyle.

From the time Kenya was little he never loved fish, chicken or meat. I would offer him meat, chicken and fish once a day (as my husband and I tend to eat) over the years, but there were few meat based foods he really loved. The one way I could almost always get him to eat it was when I served ground meat in recipes like Chicken Meatloaf Bites, Tacos and Burgers, but even then he wasn&rsquot thrilled.

Looking back now I realize it may just be his DNA and taste buds coupled with his love and passion for animals. Instead of fighting him on the subject or making him feel like he couldn&rsquot make this lifestyle choice at such a young age I&rsquove tried to be supportive, under the one condition that he&rsquos a &ldquogood&rdquo vegetarian. What that means is he needs to eat complex proteins at every meal to make sure his growing body gets what it needs.

From the start of the day I make sure he has plenty of protein in his smoothies for breakfast and offer plenty to him throughout the day in his lunch, dinner and even dessert. I don&rsquot make myself feel like a short order cook making him something different at every meal. I make the same dinner I would for everyone else in the family and if I&rsquom serving an animal protein I substitute something simple or add to another dish I&rsquom making so that he feels full and sated as well.

Lost on what types of vegetarian protein to offer? Here&rsquos a list of my favorites:

* nuts, seeds and seed or nut butters

* cheese (Kenya&rsquos an equal opportunist when it comes to cheese)

* beans (that means whole beans or hummus)

* tofu (since we got our air-fryer it&rsquos become a game changer making tofu recipes super fast)

* chia and hemp seeds (packed with omega fatty acids as well, they&rsquore great to sprinkle on oatmeal and add to smoothies)

Don&rsquot take it from me. Here are 10 of Kenya&rsquos favorite vegetarian protein packed recipes that I&rsquove made time and time again!

Brown Rice Cakes (these are a great use of leftover rice and a major favorite)


How to Raise a Vegetarian Child + 10 Recipes They'll Love

I was inspired to write about How to Raise a Vegetarian Child + 10 Recipes They'll Love after hearing from so many parents who worry about their children getting enough protein and balanced nutrition when they decide to avoid eating meat.

When my now 11 year old son was only 6 years old he declared &ldquoI&rsquom never going to eat animals, I&rsquom a vegetarian!&rdquo The first few days I thought this was very sweet and humanitarian of him, but as the days and weeks carried on he continued his passion for eating a totally animal-free lifestyle.

From the time Kenya was little he never loved fish, chicken or meat. I would offer him meat, chicken and fish once a day (as my husband and I tend to eat) over the years, but there were few meat based foods he really loved. The one way I could almost always get him to eat it was when I served ground meat in recipes like Chicken Meatloaf Bites, Tacos and Burgers, but even then he wasn&rsquot thrilled.

Looking back now I realize it may just be his DNA and taste buds coupled with his love and passion for animals. Instead of fighting him on the subject or making him feel like he couldn&rsquot make this lifestyle choice at such a young age I&rsquove tried to be supportive, under the one condition that he&rsquos a &ldquogood&rdquo vegetarian. What that means is he needs to eat complex proteins at every meal to make sure his growing body gets what it needs.

From the start of the day I make sure he has plenty of protein in his smoothies for breakfast and offer plenty to him throughout the day in his lunch, dinner and even dessert. I don&rsquot make myself feel like a short order cook making him something different at every meal. I make the same dinner I would for everyone else in the family and if I&rsquom serving an animal protein I substitute something simple or add to another dish I&rsquom making so that he feels full and sated as well.

Lost on what types of vegetarian protein to offer? Here&rsquos a list of my favorites:

* nuts, seeds and seed or nut butters

* cheese (Kenya&rsquos an equal opportunist when it comes to cheese)

* beans (that means whole beans or hummus)

* tofu (since we got our air-fryer it&rsquos become a game changer making tofu recipes super fast)

* chia and hemp seeds (packed with omega fatty acids as well, they&rsquore great to sprinkle on oatmeal and add to smoothies)

Don&rsquot take it from me. Here are 10 of Kenya&rsquos favorite vegetarian protein packed recipes that I&rsquove made time and time again!

Brown Rice Cakes (these are a great use of leftover rice and a major favorite)


How to Raise a Vegetarian Child + 10 Recipes They'll Love

I was inspired to write about How to Raise a Vegetarian Child + 10 Recipes They'll Love after hearing from so many parents who worry about their children getting enough protein and balanced nutrition when they decide to avoid eating meat.

When my now 11 year old son was only 6 years old he declared &ldquoI&rsquom never going to eat animals, I&rsquom a vegetarian!&rdquo The first few days I thought this was very sweet and humanitarian of him, but as the days and weeks carried on he continued his passion for eating a totally animal-free lifestyle.

From the time Kenya was little he never loved fish, chicken or meat. I would offer him meat, chicken and fish once a day (as my husband and I tend to eat) over the years, but there were few meat based foods he really loved. The one way I could almost always get him to eat it was when I served ground meat in recipes like Chicken Meatloaf Bites, Tacos and Burgers, but even then he wasn&rsquot thrilled.

Looking back now I realize it may just be his DNA and taste buds coupled with his love and passion for animals. Instead of fighting him on the subject or making him feel like he couldn&rsquot make this lifestyle choice at such a young age I&rsquove tried to be supportive, under the one condition that he&rsquos a &ldquogood&rdquo vegetarian. What that means is he needs to eat complex proteins at every meal to make sure his growing body gets what it needs.

From the start of the day I make sure he has plenty of protein in his smoothies for breakfast and offer plenty to him throughout the day in his lunch, dinner and even dessert. I don&rsquot make myself feel like a short order cook making him something different at every meal. I make the same dinner I would for everyone else in the family and if I&rsquom serving an animal protein I substitute something simple or add to another dish I&rsquom making so that he feels full and sated as well.

Lost on what types of vegetarian protein to offer? Here&rsquos a list of my favorites:

* nuts, seeds and seed or nut butters

* cheese (Kenya&rsquos an equal opportunist when it comes to cheese)

* beans (that means whole beans or hummus)

* tofu (since we got our air-fryer it&rsquos become a game changer making tofu recipes super fast)

* chia and hemp seeds (packed with omega fatty acids as well, they&rsquore great to sprinkle on oatmeal and add to smoothies)

Don&rsquot take it from me. Here are 10 of Kenya&rsquos favorite vegetarian protein packed recipes that I&rsquove made time and time again!

Brown Rice Cakes (these are a great use of leftover rice and a major favorite)


How to Raise a Vegetarian Child + 10 Recipes They'll Love

I was inspired to write about How to Raise a Vegetarian Child + 10 Recipes They'll Love after hearing from so many parents who worry about their children getting enough protein and balanced nutrition when they decide to avoid eating meat.

When my now 11 year old son was only 6 years old he declared &ldquoI&rsquom never going to eat animals, I&rsquom a vegetarian!&rdquo The first few days I thought this was very sweet and humanitarian of him, but as the days and weeks carried on he continued his passion for eating a totally animal-free lifestyle.

From the time Kenya was little he never loved fish, chicken or meat. I would offer him meat, chicken and fish once a day (as my husband and I tend to eat) over the years, but there were few meat based foods he really loved. The one way I could almost always get him to eat it was when I served ground meat in recipes like Chicken Meatloaf Bites, Tacos and Burgers, but even then he wasn&rsquot thrilled.

Looking back now I realize it may just be his DNA and taste buds coupled with his love and passion for animals. Instead of fighting him on the subject or making him feel like he couldn&rsquot make this lifestyle choice at such a young age I&rsquove tried to be supportive, under the one condition that he&rsquos a &ldquogood&rdquo vegetarian. What that means is he needs to eat complex proteins at every meal to make sure his growing body gets what it needs.

From the start of the day I make sure he has plenty of protein in his smoothies for breakfast and offer plenty to him throughout the day in his lunch, dinner and even dessert. I don&rsquot make myself feel like a short order cook making him something different at every meal. I make the same dinner I would for everyone else in the family and if I&rsquom serving an animal protein I substitute something simple or add to another dish I&rsquom making so that he feels full and sated as well.

Lost on what types of vegetarian protein to offer? Here&rsquos a list of my favorites:

* nuts, seeds and seed or nut butters

* cheese (Kenya&rsquos an equal opportunist when it comes to cheese)

* beans (that means whole beans or hummus)

* tofu (since we got our air-fryer it&rsquos become a game changer making tofu recipes super fast)

* chia and hemp seeds (packed with omega fatty acids as well, they&rsquore great to sprinkle on oatmeal and add to smoothies)

Don&rsquot take it from me. Here are 10 of Kenya&rsquos favorite vegetarian protein packed recipes that I&rsquove made time and time again!

Brown Rice Cakes (these are a great use of leftover rice and a major favorite)


How to Raise a Vegetarian Child + 10 Recipes They'll Love

I was inspired to write about How to Raise a Vegetarian Child + 10 Recipes They'll Love after hearing from so many parents who worry about their children getting enough protein and balanced nutrition when they decide to avoid eating meat.

When my now 11 year old son was only 6 years old he declared &ldquoI&rsquom never going to eat animals, I&rsquom a vegetarian!&rdquo The first few days I thought this was very sweet and humanitarian of him, but as the days and weeks carried on he continued his passion for eating a totally animal-free lifestyle.

From the time Kenya was little he never loved fish, chicken or meat. I would offer him meat, chicken and fish once a day (as my husband and I tend to eat) over the years, but there were few meat based foods he really loved. The one way I could almost always get him to eat it was when I served ground meat in recipes like Chicken Meatloaf Bites, Tacos and Burgers, but even then he wasn&rsquot thrilled.

Looking back now I realize it may just be his DNA and taste buds coupled with his love and passion for animals. Instead of fighting him on the subject or making him feel like he couldn&rsquot make this lifestyle choice at such a young age I&rsquove tried to be supportive, under the one condition that he&rsquos a &ldquogood&rdquo vegetarian. What that means is he needs to eat complex proteins at every meal to make sure his growing body gets what it needs.

From the start of the day I make sure he has plenty of protein in his smoothies for breakfast and offer plenty to him throughout the day in his lunch, dinner and even dessert. I don&rsquot make myself feel like a short order cook making him something different at every meal. I make the same dinner I would for everyone else in the family and if I&rsquom serving an animal protein I substitute something simple or add to another dish I&rsquom making so that he feels full and sated as well.

Lost on what types of vegetarian protein to offer? Here&rsquos a list of my favorites:

* nuts, seeds and seed or nut butters

* cheese (Kenya&rsquos an equal opportunist when it comes to cheese)

* beans (that means whole beans or hummus)

* tofu (since we got our air-fryer it&rsquos become a game changer making tofu recipes super fast)

* chia and hemp seeds (packed with omega fatty acids as well, they&rsquore great to sprinkle on oatmeal and add to smoothies)

Don&rsquot take it from me. Here are 10 of Kenya&rsquos favorite vegetarian protein packed recipes that I&rsquove made time and time again!

Brown Rice Cakes (these are a great use of leftover rice and a major favorite)


How to Raise a Vegetarian Child + 10 Recipes They'll Love

I was inspired to write about How to Raise a Vegetarian Child + 10 Recipes They'll Love after hearing from so many parents who worry about their children getting enough protein and balanced nutrition when they decide to avoid eating meat.

When my now 11 year old son was only 6 years old he declared &ldquoI&rsquom never going to eat animals, I&rsquom a vegetarian!&rdquo The first few days I thought this was very sweet and humanitarian of him, but as the days and weeks carried on he continued his passion for eating a totally animal-free lifestyle.

From the time Kenya was little he never loved fish, chicken or meat. I would offer him meat, chicken and fish once a day (as my husband and I tend to eat) over the years, but there were few meat based foods he really loved. The one way I could almost always get him to eat it was when I served ground meat in recipes like Chicken Meatloaf Bites, Tacos and Burgers, but even then he wasn&rsquot thrilled.

Looking back now I realize it may just be his DNA and taste buds coupled with his love and passion for animals. Instead of fighting him on the subject or making him feel like he couldn&rsquot make this lifestyle choice at such a young age I&rsquove tried to be supportive, under the one condition that he&rsquos a &ldquogood&rdquo vegetarian. What that means is he needs to eat complex proteins at every meal to make sure his growing body gets what it needs.

From the start of the day I make sure he has plenty of protein in his smoothies for breakfast and offer plenty to him throughout the day in his lunch, dinner and even dessert. I don&rsquot make myself feel like a short order cook making him something different at every meal. I make the same dinner I would for everyone else in the family and if I&rsquom serving an animal protein I substitute something simple or add to another dish I&rsquom making so that he feels full and sated as well.

Lost on what types of vegetarian protein to offer? Here&rsquos a list of my favorites:

* nuts, seeds and seed or nut butters

* cheese (Kenya&rsquos an equal opportunist when it comes to cheese)

* beans (that means whole beans or hummus)

* tofu (since we got our air-fryer it&rsquos become a game changer making tofu recipes super fast)

* chia and hemp seeds (packed with omega fatty acids as well, they&rsquore great to sprinkle on oatmeal and add to smoothies)

Don&rsquot take it from me. Here are 10 of Kenya&rsquos favorite vegetarian protein packed recipes that I&rsquove made time and time again!

Brown Rice Cakes (these are a great use of leftover rice and a major favorite)


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Comments:

  1. Sherbourn

    Yes indeed. And I ran into this.

  2. Bercilak

    have understood Quickly))))

  3. Arar

    In my opinion, you admit the mistake. I can defend my position.

  4. Hamal

    I better just shut up

  5. Aladdin

    Quickly have replied :)



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