Gwyneth Paltrow Makes Her Kids Sushi For School Lunch!

Thu, April 29, 2010 9:46am EST by 7 Comments

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Would your kids ever eat sushi? Gwyneth Paltrow’s do!

Actress Gwyneth Paltrow has some tips about what to send your kids to school with for lunch — but we’re not convinced you should follow them!

While we applaud Gwyn’s focus on healthy school lunch, she says she makes her two kids Apple, 5 and Moses, 4 “vegetable sushi” for lunch!

In her “Goop” newsletter, Gwyn says veggie sushi is “a great way to use leftover cooked rice and sneak some extra vegetables into your kid’s diet—not to mention a great way to get rid of those extra soy sauce packages that always seem to accumulate in the kitchen drawer.”

Would your kids eat asparagus and mushrooms wrapped in nori seaweed, agave nectar, and rice wine vinegar? Gwyn, get real! Anyone who was or has a picky child knows that this is not a way to make a mom’s life any easier! Maybe her other suggestions — pasta or turkey wraps — would work a bit better!

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Posted at 7:28 PM on July 4, 2014  

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demonterius

Posted at 4:55 PM on April 29, 2010  

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Corynne

Posted at 3:43 PM on April 29, 2010  

I ate everything when I was a kid but not sushi! I love it now but I don’t think most kids would eat this if they were sent to school with it. Also, I was not a fat kid, but THANKS!

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infernarium

Posted at 2:55 PM on April 29, 2010  

The writer of this article surely was a fat kid. And if the kids enjoy this lunch because it’s the way they’ve been fed for a while, why not respect that?

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Bluette

Posted at 12:00 PM on April 29, 2010  

Lots of kids eat sushi in Japan.

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mimi

Posted at 11:06 AM on April 29, 2010  

If the children eats in then it is okay, why not!

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JJ1001

Posted at 10:38 AM on April 29, 2010  

Not quite sure why whoever wrote this thinks that “veggie sushi” is anything that GP or anyone else needs to “get real” about. These kid-sushi ideas are not new, they are cheap and easy, and yes, kids do eat them if they are made to taste good. It makes them feel grown-up eating “sushi” just like mom and dad do sometimes. Perhaps the writer of this article does not have experience feeding a variety of food to their kids. I’m sure kids who have the misfortune of having parents who serve them hot dogs every night might shirk anything different when offered to them.

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