7 ways to make family dinners work when your child is a vegetarian



When a child decides to become a vegetarian, many parents react with dismay. Will it take extra time to accommodate this alternative diet? Will my child get enough protein and nutrients? What are satisfying, healthy vegetarian alternatives? How can we fit this diet into our busy lifestyles? What if some of us still want to eat meat?

Read this Washington Post article for helpful tips so that every family member can be happy and eat healthfully without added stress.

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Aviva Goldfarb
Aviva Goldfarb is a Washington Post contributor, author of 4 cookbooks, and founder of The Six O'Clock Scramble, an online healthy meal planner. She writes about food, cocktails, travel and parenting, is an entrepreneur, and a marketing consultant for food related ventures.

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