Examines impact of Fuel for Fun (FFF), a school-based experiential cooking intervention on self-efficacy (SE) and attitude (AT) toward cooking and on fruit and vegetable preference.
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Nutrition Management (CHST)
Lohse, Barbara; Smith, Stephanie; and Cunningham-Sabo, Leslie, "Fuel for Fun Impact Study Affirms Positive Effect on Fruit & Vegetable Preference and Approach to Cooking in School Age Youth" (2015). Accessed from
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