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I’ve joined Parade.com as a contributor, which means I’ll be writing regular articles about food literacy, food advocacy, and challenging the culture around kids and food. I’ll also write occasionally on other topics. And I’ll post each link here.

This is the first, a piece about using all that Easter candy for science experiments (and why that’s better than eating it): Too many treats? 7 fun kids’ experiments with leftover Easter candy.

Also, in case you haven’t yet dyed your Easter eggs, check out my simple tutorial on using natural dyes. Easy peasy. And so pretty.

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DIY dyes

 

 

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