Tasting is a skill. Just like riding a bike, handwriting, or tying shoes, tasting is a skill that can be taught. For some kids, this skill comes easily. For others, it is riddled with anxiety. This chapter explores how to use a child’s inherent curiosity to help them learn how to explore and then taste new foods.
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