Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - Bazaar Junior -

Purslane was ini­tially only per­ceived as a weed


Pi­o­neered by Ella Woodward of De­li­ciously Ella and celebrity chefs Jas­mine and Melissa Hem­s­ley, spi­ralised veg­eta­bles and snack balls are so­lu­tions for picky eaters. The no­tion of pack­ag­ing un­fa­mil­iar foods in fa­mil­iar ways is en­dorsed by Dr. Mark Fish­bein, pe­di­atric gas­troen­terol­o­gist, who rec­om­mends “food chain­ing”— in­tro­duc­ing new foods with sim­i­lar tex­tures to the ones your kids al­ready love. En­ter the spi­ralised cour­gette— mim­ick­ing fam­ily-loved spaghetti but as a gluten-free, nu­tri­ent dense sub­sti­tute. Or per­haps, dessert balls re­sem­bling cake pops and rich as fudge, but made of dates in­stead.

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