Lunch and Learn

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A boy's cooking club at Azabu High School, where home economics is mandatory. (Danielle Nerman/CBC)
A boy's cooking club at Azabu High School, where home economics is mandatory. (Danielle Nerman/CBC)

Every day is a special lunch day for students in Japan. Their schools teach reading with recipes and math with measuring spoons. Tasty, healthy meals are part of the curriculum.

It’s all part of shoku-iku.

Reversing a trend

Shoku-iku means “food education.” It’s a Japanese...

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