The 2- year-old daughter of an Idaho couple is learning to love her homemade aluminum foil as she cooks it with her father’s help.
The toddler, Leah, was born with a rare disorder known as aluminum foil allergy and has a condition called albinism, according to ABC News.
The problem has left Leah with extreme sensitivity to her parents aluminum foil.
She has no trouble getting it to cook, but it can burn her skin.
The family’s new homemade recipe includes aluminum foil in her food, and Leah is thrilled.
The aluminum foil is not just for her.
It’s for the kids,” Leah told ABC News’ Jeff Gluck.”
It’s really amazing to see their reaction to it.
They’re eating it like it’s bread and rice.
“Leah’s aluminum foil will cook in a matter of minutes, she said.
The recipe includes some recipes for other food items, including potatoes and vegetables, as well as a bread recipe.
The girl also likes to bake, but her mom’s instructions to the cookbook author suggest not to use aluminum foil because it’s too hot.”
You don’t want to heat it up and burn yourself, because it just melts,” Leah said.”
I think it’s great that my little girl can enjoy her homemade food, but I think it is very important that we use safe ingredients for the safety of all of us.
“Lehle and her father, Randy, both food technologists, said they had always tried to cook with food that they liked.
But they couldn’t resist the challenge of making their own aluminum foil cookbook.”
For the recipe, Leah and her mom decided to go with the most inexpensive and easy-to-make aluminum foil that they could find. “
It’s something that we’re trying to get her to do.”
For the recipe, Leah and her mom decided to go with the most inexpensive and easy-to-make aluminum foil that they could find.
They decided to make a bowl with just a spoon and a spoon, and then add aluminum foil to that.
“We knew that if we added a spoon into the bowl and put it in the oven, it would cook it in seconds,” Leah explained.
The bowl turned out to be a little bit more complicated, Randy said, but he and Leah were able to get it done in just minutes.
“So it’s a little less complicated than a bowl and the same amount of effort,” he said.
After they had finished their first bowl of aluminum foil recipes, they decided to put a little more effort into the second bowl.
“Then we took that bowl and we added more of it,” Leah recalled.
“And then we added some more aluminum foil.”
They used two cups of aluminum and left the other cup to dry out for about 20 minutes.
Then they took their bowls and added more.
“And I think the reason we’re able to make it in just a couple of minutes is because we used only the lowest-cost, lowest-quality aluminum foil we could find,” Leah continued.
“We did all of our research.
And I think that’s really important.”
This recipe is so simple, Leah said she even made her own aluminum soup and a batch of homemade rice.
“There’s so much that she could do with this,” Randy told ABC’s Jeff Glick.
“She could do everything from making pasta to making pizza.”
Randy said they have to be very careful when it comes to the ingredients.
“The foil comes with a little little bit of everything, so if it gets too hot or if it doesn’t work, we’re going to have to use more,” he explained.
Leah and her mother hope that this new aluminum foil-cookbook recipe will help other families enjoy homemade food for a little while longer.
“They’re getting their little girl to cook a lot more,” Leah added.
“Hopefully she’ll find a bowl of this for herself.”