Have you heard this statement before? It gets thrown around quite freely. Actually, on the contrary, kids love vegetables. It's all about their experience. An 18-month old may not grab a kale leaf and eat it raw at first sight, but you can definitely get him to like kale or any other vegetable if you expose him when he is young. It's all about experience, and experience produces a memory, a memory engrained. Presentation is key as well. Eating should be fun and engaging. Take for example the children in the above pictures. What are they doing? They (7 year-old boy, 4 year-old girl, 10 year-old girl) are juicing. What are they juicing? Carrots, celery and apples. And they loved the taste! So whoever said kid's don't like vegetables was undoubtedly wrong!