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It's Thanksgiving week, or as I like to think of it, that big speed bump on the highway between Halloween and the December Holidays. It's a time when things slow down, and part of that is simply because of all the eating - a lot of eating. Actually, Halloween is probably the true kick-off to the Holiday season, because October-December are all linked by an unseen evil that lurks with every meal, sweet and treat - the potential for cavities. For Halloween I tried to balance things out by staying "cavity-neutral," giving kids both candy and toothpaste... the naturally-friendly kind from Hello Products. If there's a sugar rush, kids should also feel a need to rush to brush to protect those pearly whites - even if they're not "grownup teeth" just yet. Knock on wood, neither of The Rock Daughters™ have yet to have a cavity! But now, Thanksgiving... Gobble, Gobble!
While the turkey might be the main dish, I know that in our travels (two Thanksgivings on-deck this time around, one being hosted here at Rock Father HQ!), there will be plenty of "grazing" taking place - tempting treats left out for the picking. The key is making sure that the kids stay on top of the brushing, and the whole family can, too - with toothpastes that are vegan, cruelty-free and contain no artificial sweeteners, artificial flavors, dyes, preservatives, triclosan or microbeads.
I cooked this turkey last year. This year, I do one much bigger. Poultry fears me.
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