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Organic Baby & Toddler Cookbook Paperback – April 25, 2001
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There is quite a bit of information about organic food and the pros of feeding it to your children, which is great, however overall I don't feel like the author has a really good feel for what kids should be eating at what age. And it seemed like there were so many recipes for an oatmeal or rice breakfast, all with very little variation.
So if you're looking for a book to go by age and appropriate ingredients, try Ruth Yaron's Super Baby Food. If you are looking for a book with a few recipes for your toddler or preschooler, this is an ok choice. The one thing that is very consistent is that the measurements for each recipe tell you how to make just a tiny amount needed to feed your little one.
Don't expect to find recipes to make hamburgers, fries, chicken fingers, or fish sticks. Instead you'll find fish cakes, lamb, and the best meatballs I've ever tasted that incorporate chopped mushrooms into the mix. Day out cakes are great. Fruit bars are fantastic. Shreaded apple and orange breakfast is tasty. Expect to find ideas in here that are outside the box of typical American kid cusine. And why might that be? Because the author is a Brit. Yes, some of the recipes do require a little effort, but the results have been well worth it.
If you're looking for a book on how to make baby puree, you'll find a few ideas here but not a complete chapter. If you're looking for parenting advice or a breastfeeding advocate or recipes for the run-of-the-mill fare.. this isn't the book for you. And especially to those looking for a complete nutritional resourse for infants and children.. this isn't the book for you. I've never expected those things from a cookbook and neither should you.
Buy this book as a fantastic addition to the nutrition guides you already have on your shelf and ignore those pages of this book.
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I bought this book for my own home to have on hand if I ever kept my godsons or nephew overnight during their baby/toddler years. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Raquel Y. Eldridge-Gradnigo
This was bought as a gift for a friend from her baby registry. I looked at the registry wrote down what she had and the price and then hit Amazon to see if it was cheaper. Yep!Published 20 months ago by Tas
Wanted to start my baby girl on the right things to eat. She loved all the recipes that I tried in the cookbook. After 5 years I am still using itPublished on October 26, 2013 by Rosemary Francois
I have not bought this, a friend let me borrow hers. Recipes and the healthiness of it seem great HOWEVER the food menu for under 12 months is not what I believe or would suggest. Read morePublished on June 15, 2013 by nicmz1772
I like this book very much. It has good discussions about organic foods and very delicious recipes. The author gives good examples from Europe and North America - this is helpful... Read morePublished on February 21, 2013 by Didi
Maybe it is just this edition or just me, but is it necessary for a cookbook to be filled with baby pictures--lots of them, page after page after page? Read morePublished on February 7, 2012 by SLINC
Great ideas. Easy to cook and yummy food! It has been fun using the new recipes for my whole family (not just kids)! Read morePublished on November 2, 2011 by foodchallengedmom