Every Kitchen Should Have a Blender
The campaign for dietary reform is gathering pace and Green Plan schemes are receiving much acclamation for the importance of the latest advances in cookery, including kitchen equipment to make it possible to deal with fresh foods. Indeed the emphasis in present advice for children in cookery is the wrong basis for summery foods, which can be eaten raw. Further, it is important to make breakfast available for all young children, and that poverty is not used as an excuse for slipping into bad habits and overuse of dubious components of the diet.
Therefore, fiscal and economic factors should dominate thinking for the young child and they should be given an opportunity to eat healthily, as is the case with many forward-looking councils who use smoothies as refreshments between meals, as well as chewing on the whole commodity. In this, we have combined to form suggestions for remedies that everyone can indulge in, be they veggies, vegans, Jews, Muslims, food reformers or people with food allergies. They would be served at every meal, as an alternative to options containing meat, dairy, fish and egg products.
The emphasis must be to go towards the vegetarian ideal and create a total reform and modern interpretation of what was well-known by our forebears, but sadly neglected.