Toddlers can be very picky eaters-- some may turn up there nose at a bowl of vegetables while others may refuse to eat meat. If you have a child who does not like to consume meat on a daily basis, you may be concerned that he or she is not getting enough protein in his or her diet. Use the following tips to increase your toddler's daily protein: Let Them Drink Milk
Corn meal was a product made by the Native Canadians and Native Americans centuries before settlers arrived from Europe. It served to feed both domesticated animals and people. Before it became a staple and a substitute for flour in bread, corn meal was often cooked into a mash or porridge-type of food. Now corn meal can be used in several different ways. Some of those ways may even surprise you, as the following examples will show.