Alice Zaslavsky is a former teacher and MasterChef 2012 contestant who now focuses on food education. "Cooking is great for
learning risk-taking and resilience," she says. "You fail as a cook and it's OK. You try again." She says parents shouldn't worry if children just want to make sweet treats. "I think it's better for them to bake biscuits than for parents to buy them a box of biscuits. They see what's in them, the work that goes into them, and they see reward for effort."
Dani Valent, The Age, 27 May 2014
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