They Put A Camera Inside This School Cafeteria In Japan. What It Captured? My Jaw Dropped!
In some countries in the world, the parents are mainly focused on the quality of the foods and drinks that their kids eat at home, but they don’t pay too much attention on what they eat in school.
Well, that’s not the case in Japan. In one Japanese school, lunch is more than just eating. In the elementary school located in Saitima, Japan – lunch is turned into a 45-minute educational period. It’s like they are having a math or a reading class.
These Japanese students are actually growing and peeling their own vegetables on the school’s farm. And they serve their own meals to their peers inside their classroom, and they clean everything after lunch.
The best part of this educational process is that each step in the learning process is planned, but very friendly and fun.
In this video, the Japanese students are cooking fish with pear sauce, mashed potatoes and five-vegetable soup. And the best thing about these ingredients is that they are wholesome and home-cooked.
Well, this educational video is now turning into a conversation about the quality of lunch in American Elementary and High Schools.
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