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  • Sumati Krishnan says:

    I’m watching your google talk and it occurred to me …. I learnt to cook, AFTER I had my kids, so a whole other type of exigent situation, if not financial. So I would suggest that you gear your cookbooks towards dishes that are 1) repeatable – kids DO NOT need endless variety, something that foodies can’t really wrap their heads around. 2) nutritional quality in terms of daily requirements – NOT food plate, but just enough veggies, fruit, herbs etc.

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