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Want your own MasterChef? Parenting and food bloggers unite in their praise for Mission:Explore Food. Get your copy this Christmas!

December 15, 2012

Mission:Explore Food is about to enjoy its first Christmas. Since we launched the book we’ve loved reading reviews about the book, especially from expert food and parenting bloggers. Below are just a few of the comments that we’ve received.

We think Mission:Explore Food makes a fantastic Christmas gift for any young family and especially children aged 8-14. The book is currently in stock on Amazon, The Guardian and in good bookshops.

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“It’s truly a work of genius.” The Botanical Baker

“You can use it to build up your relationship together whilst helping them to build a healthy relationship for food” Kelloggsville

“we rate this book very highly and think it is a great resource for the whole family” Cooking, Cakes & Children

“Calling all parents of fussy eaters, here’s the children’s cook book you’ve been waiting for Mission:Explore Food.” Mari’s World

“It teaches kids to build a good healthy relationship with food.” The Syders

“puts your child in control of their learning” Purplemum


Mission:Explore Food

“I’m lucky to own a bookcase full of cookbooks; many of them designed for children. All of them, I love dearly for their own reasons but Mission:Explore Food has to be my new-found favourite; simply because it is more, so incredibly more than just another cookbook – it’s also a guide, a field book, and ‘atlas’ to what we grow, eat, and inevitably poo back out again.

I wholeheartedly recommend this fantastically revolting, riveting, hilarious, random, fascinating, exciting and totally cool ‘alternative’ children’s cookbook to all. If there was ever a big children’s book I’d recommend for Christmas, it certainly would be this one.” White Lily Green


Five a day


Fish harvest


Dirty food




Leave packaging behind



Very wasteful caterpillar



Go vegan



Make kethchup


World of loos Egg propoganda


World of loos


Bee friendly


Mission:Explore Food

The book is currently in stock on AmazonThe Guardian and in good bookshops.

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