In an attempt to encourage kids to be more adventurous with their food, the Museum of Childhood introduced an edible art exhibit, in which everything from the art to the posters can be eaten.
The project turned bizarre food ideas that would appeal to children into realities, displaying glow-in-the-dark ice cream made from carrots, edible broccoli-based bubbles and a "parsnip tornado." The whimsical nature of the food items encouraged kids to forget about the healthy ingredients and focus on the excitement of expanding one's palette. At the end of the exhibit, the guests were sent home with an edible postcard made from flavored ink and edible paper.
The edible exhibit aims to promote a more positive mindset when it comes to encouraging children to eat healthier.
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