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201 Organic Baby And Toddler Meals: The Healthiest Toddler and Baby Food Recipes You Can Make! Paperback – December 11, 2014
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"The youngest members of the family can hop on the organic movement with 201 Organic Baby And Toddler Meals.... The book begins with a quick introduction to the benefits of organic food for babies and toddlers, along with advice on how to plan out meals for the family and some essentials that every organic kitchen should keep stocked." --Whole Foods Magazine
About the Author
As a full-time technical writer and creative muse who loves food and design, she used her talents and passion to document her baby food recipes on her blog, SimplyBabyFoodRecipes.net. After four years of advocating fresh purees from scratch, she fulfilled her dream of becoming an author and wrote her first best-selling book "201 Organic Baby Purees" in 2012 with Adams Media. Her organic recipes have been featured on ABC News, iVillage.com, MetroParent, Raleigh News and Observer, Fayetteville News, BlogHer.com, The Stir and Dot Coms For Moms.
As her children began to grow out of purees, she was faced with a new dilemma of offering toddler-friendly meals to her own child with food allergies and other health concerns. This began a new journey of developing delicious meals that catered to those needs. Her latest book, "201 Organic Baby and Toddler Meals" debuts in December 2014 and features a large assortment of meals consisting of primarily fruit and vegetables, lean protein, and healthy fats. Tamika believes that eating a diet rich in fruit and vegetables is the cornerstone of a long healthy life, and it starts from infancy.
Her mission is to encourage parents to nurture healthy children through fresh, whole foods from farm to table.
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Update: Further review and thought - I have decided to return it because it is not what I was looking for although it does have things kids would like. Still a good book just not for me.
From introducing textures and flavors, to explaining the differences between, the book meticulously outlines fantastic options for a child of any age. As a parent myself, of multiple children, I truly understand how easy it can be to just purchase up a bunch of ready-made, prepared baby foods in cans, jars, pouches, and cartons. But the reality is; not only do these options become incredibly expensive over time, they do not offer the same health benefits that fresh, prepared foods do.
And another great thing about some of these cool recipes, is that many will work for all family members with just some minor adjustments to the mix. So you can always prepare the base food, set aside some of that for you little one, and then continue to add to the recipe for those in the home who may want a little more flavor. I don't really think you'd need to do that much once you reach toddler recipes, actually...because some of the dishes sound extremely appetizing to me as a Mom. Lol.
Great read for anyone seeking healthy, homemade options for their children!
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fisrt edition - baby food - was interesting. Not many recipes that can be used herePublished 7 months ago by jp