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Monday, September 16, 2013

I have not had a Coca-Cola since July. With my son in school I am finding more time to exercise. I have even started craving healthy foods. I just hope that when my mother-in-law gets back from the hospital and rehab that she does not make cooking discouraging. Before she left she expected me to cook a meal based on her nutritional needs as well as her likes. Then she would refuse to eat my cooking. So I would have to either cook her something else or she would just eat ice cream for her meals. I am kind of disappointed she had hired another lady to do her cooking for her but the lady brought her a meal to the hospital. Now I have been informed that she will be eating with my family when she gets home that my cooking is far better than the other ladies.
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    Hmmm, talk about a you-can't-win situation with Gramma Picky. I hope you won't take it personally and won't cater to her whims.

    Maybe you could stock up on a few healthy frozen meals and soups that she likes. Let her know what you plan on making and then she can decide if she wants that or wants to microwave something else for herself...(My guess is that option will get old for her rather quickly.)

    If she's trying to be agreeable, maybe you could involve her in some of the menu planning or meal prep.

    You might look online and see if there are any of the tricks for picky children that you could adapt.
    2077 days ago
  • DIETER27
    Take it as a compliment that your meals are healthier and tastier. Good luck . Congrats on the no cola.
    2077 days ago
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