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They can learn at your elbow the way children have for hundreds of years. A few books that rose to the top are classics that have been around for years. Others are newer to the landscape, but impressed me with their design and recipes that, while easy enough for a child to make, can be enjoyed by eaters of all ages.
With a little help from their adult assistants, kids can whip up more than 20 flavorful dishes with the help of this highly anticipated follow-up to Katsen's first book, Pretend Soup. Complete with kitchen safety tips and a special section for adults, Salad People and More Real Recipes is the perfect book to get kids on the right track to healthy, vegetarian eating. They can cook up something frozen or prepackaged that's filled with additives, or you can use the opportunity to teach them a life-long skill.
Of course, children who want to start cooking don't necessarily need cookbooks made specifically for kids. They can learn from cooking alongside you, or from reading regular, non-illustrated cookbooks, or even from their favorite YouTube cooking channel teeny-tiny bowl of carbonara, anyone? But, just as giving kids their own set of tools to cook with can make them feel independent and empowered, having their own cookbook, especially one that both appeals to their interests and includes recipes they're excited about, can be similarly inspiring.
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By cookbooks, we mean just that. Not assembly books. Putting shredded cheese on a chip and throwing it in the toaster oven is not cooking.