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Oh, he's always been on board and supportive, going so far as to cook two different things (like for instance one with BBQ sauce; one without).
Or, my selection of vegetables, and a few fries for himself (he uses the t-fal fryer that doesn't use more than a smidgen of oil).
I've never had problems in that regard; it is just that it's almost funny to hear him say such a thing. We agree it was more a matter of 'laziness' for them to have chosen to ONLY focus on CFG for their source of info, because there are a few gluten intolerant and other allergy prone people in class, and that makes it pretty obvious that it is not always the pat answer for everybody's menu.
It's so much easier when everyone is aboard.
Hubby is taking a Business Administration course (3-year program) in a local college.
As part of the program, they have to do Oral Communications.
Another group did a presentation yesterday on Healthy Eating.
They used the Canada's Food Guide as their foundation information.
He actually came home and was telling me it was a bunch of junk, and nobody had to eat like that. Wow. I do realize I've discussed a few things with him - but I never thought he was listening most of the time.