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My family is not huge on fish. Unfortunately, I never taught them to love it. When I was pregnant with my youngest son, I stayed away from all types of fish because I could not stand the smell. It was just something that repulsed me so much, I could not be anywhere near it. For that reason, my three older kids did not eat it for a time, and whenever they saw it, they saw my reaction of disgust and also learned to react that way. After being pregnant though, I got a craving for fish one day and I made it.
I was in heaven. I have always loved fish so I knew it would be something I loved. Well, on that day I tried to convince my kids to try it, but they refused. So I put it away and when my husband got home, I told him we had to train our kids to eat this as they would be missing out if they never tried it.
Well, with my husband’s help, I found this foil baked salmon recipe and the kids positively loved it. Now we eat this “pink chicken” (that’s what they call it) once a week without any complaints. Woohoo!
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