Our goal is to promote meaningful dialogue, initiate reform, and inspire a wholesome food culture in The Sea Cliff School. We view nutritious, minimally processed whole foods as essential to a developing child. We support educational and food service initiatives that foster a healthy, enjoyable relationship with food and empower learners with the tools to make food choices that promote health and well being.
Sea Cliff Nutrition Committee. The Apple People
Tuesday, October 8, 2013
What's for Lunch, Wednesday 10/9/13
Brunch For Lunch
Cinnamon Challah French Toast & Applegate® Turkey Bacon
Scrambled Egg & Cheese Wrap
Baked Potato "Puffs"
Say "No" to meal declared to be "cake" for lunch by our committee's
nutritionist - basically white flour bread. The syrup is basically
They are looking for an affordable maple syrup but do not have one
yet - but they will be limiting the serving size this year in the
meantime. Actual lunch from our schools above. This meal has a lot of
sugar, simple carbohydrates -- no whole grains
I do not know if the wrap used for the egg and cheese is whole grain. But they do use actual eggs like you would use at home.
"Puffs" are commodity potatoes processed by McCain's into tater
tots -- although they are labeled "frozen pre-formed potato rounds." They are flash-fried before they get to the frozen part.
They have 7g of fat (one of which is saturated) and 190mg of sodium.
Ingredients are: potatoes, vegetable oil (contains one or more of the
following oils: canola, soybean, cottonseed, sunflower, corn). Contains
2% or less of dextrose, salt, sodium acid pyrophosphate added to
maintain natural color.
We make the apple crisp - it's a dessert and it's delicious by many reports.