The kid eats pretty well, all tihngs considered. It's always funny to watch the reaction at a new restaurant, but at our regular places, the waiters are used to her ordering "enchilada please" and "pad thai, no shrimp no peanuts."
But it feels like she could always eat some more vegetables. But plain old vegetables just don't work. She ate pureed peas and carrots and squash back in the day, and she eats raw carrots fine, but almost no cooked vegetable will cross her lips these days.
There were these freeze dried vegetables from Muji, which she pounded, but the closest thing we've found--Whole Foods Veggie Chips--are made with canola oil and are surely about as good for you as a can of Pringles. [I'm still holding out for the twin holy grails of kids food: a full, healthy meal in chip or french fry format. And Kraft, while we're at it, would it kill you to add some vitamins or something--anything-- to the Jello?]
So it's nice to know that she'll still chow down on the Veggie Booty, which, if it weren't for the dusty green carpet it generates, would be the perfect food.