I look at the picture and see endless possibilities :)
When we have a selective eater we are often boxed into a narrow range of foods we can offer. Our child has a list of foods that are acceptable and everything else is "spiders".
However, the first step to wanting to put something in our mouths is having a basic comfort level with it.
We don't willingly eat a food that it outside our comfort zone and we don't build that without getting intimate with it's look, it's feel and it's smell.
This won't happen unless we come close to the food repeatedly.
Serving the foods you want to be eaten (not pressuring to eat, just having them as an option) is the first small step towards having a new food accepted.
Do you repeatedly serve foods you want eaten?
Judith is passionate about good food and is even more passionate about enabling other people to enjoy the wide variety of fresh food available today.