Tiny kitchen on wheels aims to get kids cooking at school
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Eating out and getting a takeaway are not only expensive, but they are usually much less healthy than cooking a meal. And yet, nearly a third of all Americans say they can't cook. Hoping to get more kids learning how to take control of the meals they eat, an initiative called The Charlie Cart Project has developed a mini, portable kitchen that's kitted out with all the equipment needed to teach children how to cook. If a child has parents who don't or can't cook — and therefore can't teach their child the skill — the chances are that child…
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