The unique approach of introducing children via entertaining educational fairytales to the world of Nature's Gifts - Fruits and Vegetables - Healthy Food - is found to be the most successful, easiest and proven to be very effective by parents from all over the world. Now this project has stepped ahead - its heroes came alive online: vegetables are represented as animated funny creatures who can talk, smile, read poetry and win the hearts of young readers. Read 'How our amusing vegetables teach kids to ...' >>
Educational Project on Healthy Food for kids: Books on Fruits, Berries, Tea, Honey, Chocolate, Cereals, Herbs & Vegetables with healthy recipes
Since 1999 books on Fruits and Vegetables for kids with Healthy Recipes were published and distributed in USA, UK, RSA, Russia, Holland and India. The well-deserved popularity of this unique approach to healthy diet is growing ...
Vegetables for kids is 2nd part of Educational Project on Healthy Food for children. To meet fruits from entertaining tales, to learn secrets of healthy benefits of fruits and berries - visit main website Fruits for Kids
Aubergine caviar with tomatoes
- 4 aubergines
- 3 tomatoes
- 1 onion
- 2 cloves garlic
- 1 Tbsp vegetable oil
- salt and pepper to taste
Wash the aubergines, cut them in half, place them on a baking tray greased with vegetable oil and bake in the oven until soft. Then remove the flesh from the baked aubergines and add salt and pepper to taste. Put the aubergine caviar on a plate and decorate with the onion ringlets and tomatoes.
Story for kids on Soya Beans
‘Come in, Toby! Have a seat at the table! What can I get for you, my dear boy: milk, a roll with cheese or ham?' Mrs Soya asked in a kind voice.
Toby went into Mrs Soya's cafe and was lost for words.
One shelf was lined with cartons of milk, containers full of cheese, ham, butter and bread rolls, and boxes of chocolates. Another shelf was decorated with beautiful bowls and plates, and other household equipment. Rolls of carpets and rugs were piled up in the corner.
‘Do you own a factory, or a farm or something?' Toby said in amazement.
‘I don't need a factory or a farm. Everything in my cafe is made of soya. It's the most unique plant in the legume family.'
‘People should plant it in every country!' the boy exclaimed in admiration.
‘Unfortunately, soya can't grow without moisture and warmth. I can't really survive in Europe as I'm afraid of cold, dry weather. I have short roots – they can't get any moisture deep below the surface.'
‘So how did you get here?' the boy asked in surprise.
‘I came to Europe because I promised my friend I would help people. We met when he came to China to study medicine. At that time, nobody in Europe or America knew I existed. My friend told me in delight:
“You're one of nature's miracles, Mrs Soya. Not only are you full of vitamins, proteins and fats, you also contain an amazing substance which breaks down fat!”
Then he said with even greater admiration:
“Is 40% of what you store inside you really protein? Protein is so wonderful! It is full of essential amino acids.”
‘What are essential amino acids?' Toby asked in interest.
‘They are known as ‘essential', because nothing else can do the job they do. Without them, the human body cannot make proteins – the little building blocks which your body is made out of,' Mrs Soya explained, and went on with her story.
‘My friend never managed to accomplish his dream – spreading soya throughout the world. When I found out that people in Europe and America were suffering from obesity and heart problems, I set off straight away. I try to grow where it's most humid, and help people as much as I can,' Mrs Soya explained, and went on with her story.
‘My friend never managed to accomplish his dream – spreading soya throughout
the world. When I found out that people in Europe and America were suffering from
obesity and heart problems, I set off straight away. I try to grow where it’s most
humid, and help people as much as I can,’ Mrs Soya finished off.
‘I should tell my mum what you told me. She has a bad heart, so soya would really
help her,’ the boy said thoughtfully.
‘Give her this magical jar full of soya beans and a wooden spoon from me. Mix the
beans in the jar with the spoon, and add ...
... This was the fragment from children's story 'The Potato Chemist'. The complete story 'Soy Beans' with creative tasks & activities, other stories about vegetables for chidlren you will find in the book 'WORLD OF VEGETABLES' >>
IN "THE WORLD OF VEGETABLES" each story for kids on healthy food is delivered in an entertaining form and narrates about a particular vegetable, its importance in daily diet, its values. Each story concludes with recipies for healthy snacks. More about this book for kids about healthy food >>