The Sydney Morning Herald: Teen cooks buck the 'can't boil an egg' trend

The Sydney Morning Herald: Teen cooks buck the ‘can’t boil an egg’ trend

Originally published: The Sydney Morning Herald, 6 January 2019

When Pureprofile asked parents about their children’s cooking and eating habits, nearly 43 per cent said that poor food choices were caused by lack of education at secondary school. In addition, only one in five teenagers had the kitchen skills to pour milk on cereal, according to the survey of more than 1000 parents of 12 to 18-year-olds.

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