The doughnuts, pizza and foods-on-a-stick in West Virginia cafeteria lines may seem to meet students' junk food fantasies, but administrators say they are sneaking nutrition in to keep picky children eating. Cooks sneak soy into hamburgers, substitute applesauce for shortening and make pizza with low-fat cheese and whole grain crusts; nutritionists fear the fake junk food will establish poor eating habits.

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