A 9-year-old girl in Scotland has been gaining Internet popularity because of her food blog, "NeverSeconds."
You heard that right: a 9-year-old food blogger.
Martha Payne was fed up with the lunches her school was serving, so she decided to take pictures of the food, post them online, and then comment on their nutritional value and ratings in terms of actual edibility.
Her comments have focused on the small portions ("I'm a growing kid and I need to concentrate all afternoon and I can't do it on 1 croquette. Do any of you think you could?") and how tasty the meals actually are ("sometimes they're not very nice, either.").
After her blog started gaining notoriety, Martha's school started offering unlimited servings of fruit, veggies and bread.
This girl is absolutely amazing and a total inspiration to us. Michelle Obama needs to get on becoming BFFs with her, stat!
Check out her blog, here.
DiD yOu KnOw? ... In France, schoolchildren are taught to savor their food, and are typically given a two-hour lunch break! From what we've heard, some schools even offer five-course meals. Want to learn more about the school lunch customs in different parts of the world? There's a Wiki page on it,
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