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201 Organic Baby Purees: The Freshest, Most Wholesome Food Your Baby Can Eat! by [Gardner, Tamika L.]
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Length: 240 pages Word Wise: Enabled

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  • File Size: 664 KB
  • Print Length: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Adams Media (December 15, 2011)
  • Publication Date: December 15, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006N464GQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,679 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Paperback
I really enjoy this book; the author really makes a point to show you that it doesn't have to be difficult to make your own baby food. Instead she explains that it is a rewarding experience that allows parents to make healthy nutritious food for their babies and toddlers. This book gives you the knowledge that you need to make creative foods with textures and good tastes instead of limiting your child to mass produced baby food. The first few chapters talk about why it is important to feed your child organic food, how to do so affordably, what tools you will need, and more information about healthy foods. Chapter four shows readers how to introduce pureed foods for the six to seventh month old with food recipes such as blushing bananas, simply sweet potato, and pumpkin patch puree. Chapter five introduces semi-smooth pureed food such as mashed potatoes, pumpkin crème pie (pumpkin, cream fraise, and graham crackers, yum), and quinoa. Chapter six is for babies about 10 to 12 months and introduces them to food with a chunky consistency such as black beans, citrus, strawberries, and rice cakes. The last chapter, introduces new flavors and textures for children 12 months and older. The recipes in this chapter sound delicious and include things such as sweet potato fries, blueberry pancakes, breakfast pizza, and more. I really like that this book gives step by step instructions. Each recipe tells you if it is freezer friendly, if it is instant (not needing cooked), if it contains any super-foods, and if it can be slightly adapted for the rest of the family. I also like the meal plans that the book suggests. They make it easy to plan a variety of meals for your little one.Read more ›
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I purchased this book as I enjoy making quality homemade foods for my baby, and I was looking for a few new ideas to mix up her meals. However the book was a very dull read. Hardly any pictures at all. Everyone likes a cookbook with pictures! In addition I noticed that a few of her recipes called for sugar or agave nectar. There are many reasons that an infant should not be introduced to sugars. Primarily, they don't need it! If you want to sweeten a dish apples or other fruits can be added without giving your infant granulated sugars or syrups (of whatever health-conscious nature). She also mentions the ways too cook foods in order to keep the majority of their nutrients, then in her recipes completely goes against these suggestions. Her recipes will have you boil carrots when steaming would be the much healthier option.

I mainly use this book to look at the table of contents to give me ideas for a new mixture. I don't bother to read her recipes at all.
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I was so disappointed in this book! The first 50 recipes or so are one ingredient and water. Mix apples with water! Mix pears with water! The next 50 are combinations of the first 50. Mix apples AND pears with water!! It was useless. The back half of the book is like a cook book for idiots. If you don't know how to make spaghetti, buy this book. If you've mastered boiling water, you don't need this.
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Format: Paperback
This book is great to add a little variety to a babies diet! It's so easy to get stuck in a rut and make the same things over and over. But with 201 different ideas, I can make so many different foods. I love the instructions, the focus on whole, organic foods, and the resource it is to have the healthiest baby possible!
THANK YOU for writing this book!
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This was a decent purchase. Many of the recipes are easy to make, but I don't think that is what I purchased the book for. I was looking for recipes that would add variety to my daughter's diet and not things that I could whip together without even opening the book. While she seemed to like the recipes, I find that it is a good idea to just feed your kids what you eat and that way, they aren't as picky when they grow up. One thing that I wish the book would have had is more pictures. I feel like pictures are the heart of any good cooking book as they bring the food to life before you have a chance to try it. I realize that puree is going to look basically the same, with some color differences, but it would have been nice.
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Author does a great job explaining the differences in organic labeling, which is very important to understand. Yes you can look many recipes up on the internet, but with so much information out there it is information overload! This book is perfect at helping a busy mom plan at every stage and feel confident in what she is doing. Different stages are identified in the book beginning with baby's first solid foods at Stage 1, all the way through toddler transition foods. Really happy I found this book!
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I have been enjoying this book very much as I prepare my daughter's foods. It spells out which foods they can eat at specific ages and gives step-by-step instructions. I don't have to search and verify information for accuracy online. We have completed stage one foods and I look forward to this book assisting me in what to mix and how to handle meats for infants. As a first-time mom making your own food, this is extremely helpful!
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