Seattle students get to taste-test possible school meals: ‘Whatever that yellow stuff is, I don’t like it’

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SEATTLE — Some Seattle students got to take part in a unique taste test Friday.

About 150 students sampled meals that could, eventually, ended up on school lunch trays.

The taste-testers included fifth-graders from John Hay and third-graders from South Shore elementary schools.

“Whatever that yellow stuff is, I don’t like it,” one student said.

Another student said, “Most people don’t like the turkey dogs. So, to be honest, I don’t like it” either.

They got to taste the food, take a vote and tour the district’s central kitchen, said Wendy Weyer, director of the district’s Nutrition Services.

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