Unlike so many preschools across the country, at the Scandinavian School of Jersey City, chicken nuggets or mozzarella sticks are never for lunch. Instead its preschoolers eat lentil soup made with vegetables from the school's garden, homemade bread, and cashew milk made from scratch.
In fact, the entire menu is vegan, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Vegetables are typically a tough sell for toddlers (Broccoli? Eww. Brussels sprouts? Yuck!)—so you might be wondering, How?
Well, these 92 lucky students, age one to six, are getting the opportunity to smell, touch, play, and experiment with the ingredients that go into their meals at lunchtime—which obviously makes them more interested in tasting them.