We are currently working on our video series about vegetables. Dr Tanja Sobko demonstrates fun recipes and activities that can be enjoyed by the entire family!
A for Avocado
In this episode Dr Tanja Sobko shows us how to make guacamole and an avocado boat
B for Beetroot
Want to learn how to make beetroot and apple salad? Watch this video to see the recipe and a fun activity
C for Cauliflower
This cauliflower wrap recipe is packed with nutrients and is super simple to make
C for Cucumber
Let’s learn how to make tzatziki, a famous greek yoghurt dip along with a very special vegetable game!
D for Daikon Radish
This daikon and yuzu salad is perfect for summer and extremely refreshing. You’ll also see how to turn your radish into mice!
E for Eggplant
Dr Tanja Sobko makes a delicious baked eggplant dish that the entire family can enjoy. Watch until the end to find out how to make an eggplant penguin.
F for Fennel
Learn how to make a crunchy and tangy sushi salad using fennel!
G for Ginger & Garlic
In this special video we show you 2 different recipes using ginger and garlic and how to make a ginger cat
H for Herbs
Are you looking for the perfect healthy snack recipe? Then you should watch this video
I for Iceberg Lettuce
In this video we show you a quick and healthy snack that your kids will love! The recipe is followed by a fun activity that shows you how you can play with iceberg lettuce
J for Jerusalem Artichoke
Have you ever heard of a Jerusalem Artichoke? They make for the perfect healthy side dish and little friends that are out of this world!
K for Kohlrabi
Kohlrabi is another vegetable that is alien to most but we assure you that it’s just as fun to eat it as it is to play with it! Watch this video to find out how you can do just that
L for Lotus Root
In this video you will find 2 recipes for the Lotus Root vegetable. And in the activity you’ll learn all about how you can get it into locomotion!
M for Mushroom
This is a must see video for anyone interested making a quick and healthy lunch using mushrooms. Watch until the end to see how you can play with these fungi…
N for Nuts and Nori
Get ready for the spooky season by making some of these halloween snacks using nuts and nori!
O for Okra
Want to learn how to make a refreshing recipe using an okra? Watch until the end to meet our special guest who takes part in a painting activity!
P for Pepper & Potato
Get your cauldrons and witches hats ready for another Halloween special! Dr Tanja Sobko shows us how you can turn your veggies into ghouls and goblins.
Q for Quinoa
Quinoa, pronounced KEEN-WAH, is a plant superfood! It’s jam packed with nutrients and antioxidants. And it makes for a tasty meal without question.
R for Rhubarb
Have you ever thought to eat your vegetables for dessert? Watch this video to learn how you can make a comforting rhubarb crumble and sweet animal friend!
S for Snap Peas
Are you looking for an easy to make and healthy lunch recipe for yours kids? Check out this video for just that along with a special activity.
T for Tomato
We’ve got some great tips for how you can get your young ones to eat more tomatoes! In this video Dr Tanja Sobko shows us a terrific recipe and activity.
U for UniCorn
Get ready for a unique recipe and food activity that your toddlers will adore.
V for Vegetable
In this video Dr Tanja Sobko shows us how you can turn your veggies into rainbow cubes that your kids can play with. Afterwards, she makes a heart warming ratatouille with all different kinds of vegetables.
W for Watercress
Watch this wonderful video to learn how to make watercress soup and how you can grow it!
X for Xmas Tree
With Christmas just around the corner we present to you a wonderful festive activity! You and your kids can build a veggie Xmas tree platter that you can eat afterwards.
Y for Yam
In this video, Dr Tanja Sobko merges meal and playtime into one. Your little ones will have so much fun using cookie cutters to make shapes out of these yams.
Z for Zucchini
In our final video of the series, Dr Tanja Sobko shows you how to play with and cook zucchini! We hope you enjoy it.
Food Nature Lab is pleased to conclude our video series “Vegetable ABC”. There were only 10 vegetables in our original Play&Grow program and we have now covered the entire alphabet! We’re very proud of this project and have worked very hard on it. We do believe that kids should enjoy eating their vegetables more and hope you have fun showing these recipes and activities to your little ones.
Special thanks to The Environment and Conservation Fund (ECF) Environmental Education and Community Action Projects (EECA) funding. ECF EECA (Project No.1681)