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Average at best,
This review is from: Feed Your Kids Right: The Lazy Way (Paperback)
This book has a fair amount of helpful nutrition information for parents who aren't aware of the nutrients that are important for growing children. It focuses more on how to "be lazy" and less on what to actually feed your children. The author recommends that to "save time" you do things like prepare your ingredients in advance and cut up veggies for snacks when you first get home from the grocery store. Obviously, these methods don't actually save any time - they just alter when you expend your time. There are also strange little charts at the end of each chapter that supposedly demonstrate how you can now save time - but they are difficult to understand and seem like wasted space. Many of the time-saving hints are also money-wasting ones. There are not a lot of recipes in this book. Some of them do not sound appealing. Many of the recipes contain dairy products in some form - cheese, cream, cottage cheese, etc. I was not impressed by this book.