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Around ages 8 to 10, young chefs can start whizzing up their fa­vorite recipes. Share these tips from the ed­u­ca­tional-cook­ing ex­perts at Rad­dish Kids to get started.

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Teach your kids how to use a blender, mix-’n’-match grain bowls, and more!

REVIEW THE PARTS Ex­plain that the blender is an elec­tri­cal ap­pli­ance that turns solid foods into smooth liq­uids, then show them its three parts: lid, canis­ter, and base.

USE CAU­TION Re­mind kids that they should never reach their hand in­side the canis­ter. GO STEP-BY-STEP

Make sure the ma­chine is off be­fore plug­ging it in. Drop or pour food in­side the canis­ter. Se­cure the lid tightly. Press the Òonó but­ton to­gether. Ready for Sec­onds?

Check out Rad­dishkids.com for more kids’ cook­ing fun! (A monthly sub­scrip­tion

box starts at $20.)

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