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I'd be careful about attaching conditions and consequences with food. On the other hand, this house is anything but a short-order kitchen. I try to accomidate food likes within reason, but I make one meal for everyone and that's what is available to eat. If they're hungry and want a snack an hour later, I might suggest a healthy alternative if it's available, or I might tell them they're welcome to eat the food I just made. But I won't bend over backwards to make them eat. The natural consequence of not eating is being hungry, and as long as they're healthy (they are), it's their choice to make.
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