That is the question :)
For me this is a simple one. No! But let's look at why:
1. Our children need to learn to eat for themselves. Eating to please us is not a great long-term strategy.
2. Food is for joy, nutrition and nurturing rather than something to be bargained with.
3. Bribes tend to get short-term wins but not long-term gains.
4. Once the power shifts the demands can get greater and greater ....
5. Teaching our children to only do things if they are directly rewarded for it can set them up for future disappointment!
What do you think?
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.