Do you have foods that you really like but others that you can’t stand?
Some people with FASD have really sensitive tastebuds.
Sometimes the texture of food or the way the cutlery sounds on the plates can be challenging at meal times.
But it can be fun to experiment with taste.
Some children with FASD enjoy strong flavours like mustard or vinegar or onions.
What do your taste buds like?
Plan your own taste challenge. Involve an adult (ask them to try it too)!
Play a game with someone – think about three tastes that don’t go together at all and make up an imaginary dish for a disgusting menu.
Help find a recipe that sounds really yummy and ask an adult to help you make it.