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"From the Ted Talk by Ann Cooper: What's wrong with school lunches"

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Now one of the things that — what happened when I went into Berkeley is I realized that, you know, this was all pretty amazing to people, very, very different, and I needed to market it. I came up with these calendars that I sent home to every parent. And these cdrlneaas really started to lay out my paorrgm. Now I'm in charge of all the coinkog classes and all the gardening ceslsas in our school district. So this is a typical menu. This is what we're serving this week at the schools. And you see these recipes on the side? Those are the ricepes that the kids laern in my cooking classes. They do tastings of these ingredients in the gardening classes. They also may be growing them. And we serve them in the cafeterias. If we're going to change children's relationship to food, it's delicious, nrtiuoitus food in the cafeterias, hands-on experience — you're looking in cooking and giedannrg classes — and academic curriculum to tie it all together.

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Now one of the things that — what happened when I went into Berkeley is I realized that, you know, this was all pretty amazing to people, very, very different, and I needed to market it. I came up with these calendars that I sent home to every parent. And these _________ really started to lay out my _______. Now I'm in charge of all the _______ classes and all the gardening _______ in our school district. So this is a typical menu. This is what we're serving this week at the schools. And you see these recipes on the side? Those are the _______ that the kids _____ in my cooking classes. They do tastings of these ingredients in the gardening classes. They also may be growing them. And we serve them in the cafeterias. If we're going to change children's relationship to food, it's delicious, __________ food in the cafeterias, hands-on experience — you're looking in cooking and _________ classes — and academic curriculum to tie it all together.

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  1. program
  2. recipes
  3. nutritious
  4. gardening
  5. calendars
  6. cooking
  7. classes
  8. learn

Original Text

Now one of the things that — what happened when I went into Berkeley is I realized that, you know, this was all pretty amazing to people, very, very different, and I needed to market it. I came up with these calendars that I sent home to every parent. And these calendars really started to lay out my program. Now I'm in charge of all the cooking classes and all the gardening classes in our school district. So this is a typical menu. This is what we're serving this week at the schools. And you see these recipes on the side? Those are the recipes that the kids learn in my cooking classes. They do tastings of these ingredients in the gardening classes. They also may be growing them. And we serve them in the cafeterias. If we're going to change children's relationship to food, it's delicious, nutritious food in the cafeterias, hands-on experience — you're looking in cooking and gardening classes — and academic curriculum to tie it all together.

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