D.C. Students Help First Lady Michelle Obama With White House Harvest

Students from two D.C. schools went to work at the White House Wednesday, helping first lady Michelle Obama with the White House kitchen garden harvest.

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First lady Michelle Obama harvested vegetables with local children from Bancroft and Tubman Elementary schools at the White House Kitchen Garden Fall Harvest Wednesday.
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Obama planted the White House kitchen garden to help connect kids with the food they eat -- an essential component of her Let's Move! initiative.
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Who will get to eat the veggies? The first family, guests at next week's state dinner and other official events, and people at a local soup kitchen, the Associated Press reported.
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But not Bo. The first lady says the family dog doesn't go for veggies.
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At the harvest, Obama ate vegetable pizza with her young farmhands.
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The garden pizza was assembled on the spot: flat bread hot off the grill topped with fresh tomato sauce, eggplant, sweet potatoes and cheese.
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Twitter fans chronicled it all as part of a White House tweetup, the AP reported.
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