Mama was startled after her healthy sausage rolls through her child's kindergarten as & # 39; too greasy & # 39; were slammed shut – and came home with a & # 39; condescending & # 39; tone of teachers
- A mother became furious after her son came home with his uneaten lunch
- The Australian woman wrapped homemade sausage rolls in her son's lunch box
- But the baked goods were brought home with a & # 39; condescending & # 39; show
- The teacher said the food & # 39; too high in fat & # 39; was in accordance with strict dietary guidelines
A mother was furiously left behind when a teacher forbade her son from eating the home-made sausage rolls she had packed in his lunch box.
The Australian woman said she sent her baby boy to kindergarten with & # 39; healthy & # 39; sausages full of vegetables, which she cooked all over again, together with vegetables, fruit, cheese and protein balls.
However, the uneaten baked goods were brought home with a & # 39; condescending & # 39; comment from the teacher that he & # 39; too much fat & # 39; was in accordance with strict dietary guidelines.
An Australian mother was furiously left after the home-made sausage rolls she had packed for her son were brought home with a & # 39; condescending & # 39; show picture)
The comment was: & # 39; Let's work together to make it easier for children to make healthy choices! However, there were many great choices in this lunch box …
& # 39; Sausage rolls [are] too high in fat … (Specify nutritional value if they are homemade), & the teacher wrote along with a smiley face.
& # 39; The food did not fit & # 39; in the nutritional guidelines of our service. Ask a trainer for a number of healthier lunchbox ideas or visit the Good for Kids website. & # 39;
The bewildered mother took the Facebook page of Mums Who Cook & Bake to take away her frustration after receiving the note.
& # 39; So I cooked my ass off … included in the cook were sausage rolls loaded with vegetables. I sent them to kindergarten to come back with this letter, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; They will still be eaten, it's just so frustrating. & # 39;
The Australian woman said she had sent her boy to kindergarten with & # 39; healthy & # 39; sausage rolls full of vegetables she made from scratch (stock image)
The mother said she believed the sausage rolls she made were provided with guidelines.
& # 39; My son takes the same type of lunch, fruit fruit and more fruit vegetables and meat and cheese every day. In my opinion, these sausage rolls are reasonably healthy for him. I will send the information back to the school, & she said.
& # 39; They do not allow the food item to be eaten as soon as they confirm the note. I felt that this would happen, so I packed extra for him. I also wrapped two Milo balls to see if they also said no to them, guess what they were allowed. & # 39;
Many parents were shocked by the & # 39; ridiculous & # 39; and & # 39; rude & # 39; show, with a little revealing, they also had similar experiences with their children's lunch boxes.
Others even encouraged the mother to require the teacher to give her son a & # 39; healthy & # 39; would buy lunch if she would still send undefeated food home with & # 39; condescending & # 39; nuts.
& # 39; That's ridiculous! If they are going to check lunch boxes, they have to have lunch, just like all over the world, & one of the parents said.
Another said: & # 39; Preschool teachers are not nutrition experts. I'd be furious. How dare they. & # 39;
Meanwhile, other mothers said it was daunting to hear stories about children starving because they had their & # 39; unhealthy & # 39; were not allowed to eat lunch.