It always amuses me when parents talk about sausages and picky eaters.
They tell me sheepishly, or resignedly or with total amazement that their child will eat them but they have to be peeled.
I'm amused, not because it's funny but because it is sooooo common. In fact I reckon non-peelers are in the minority. Please let me know in the comments whether you have a peeler or a non-peeler!
But, like many things that surround fussy eating this is rarely advertised or discussed which means that parents are left concerned that their child is different/odd/challenged.
If your child is a peeler sleep easier knowing that a) it's very common and b) it is something that they usually grow out of - especially once they start building confidence around food in general.
So let's do the poll ... a "yes" for peeler and a "no" for intact :)
Actually thinking about this a bit more deeply and I'm sure there have been times when my boys peeled some sausages that seemed to have a particularly thick casing. I'm a no with a hint of yes
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.