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Baby Let's Eat! (Welcome Books (Workman Publishing)) Plastic Comb – January 11, 1987
From Library Journal
This attractive cookbook presents nutritional information and recipes for feeding children from six months to three years of age. Coyle emphasizes the development of healthy eating habits. She provides general guidelines, tips, and recipes for different stages of development, with preparation and cooking times, refrigeration and freezing rules, snack suggestions, and lists of "caution foods." One of the best of its type, this book will be much appreciated by the many parents concerned about their children's health. Barbara Carroll, M.L.S., Eau Claire, Wis.
Copyright 1988 Reed Business Information, Inc.
From the Back Cover
Rena Coyle, mother and chef, and nutritionist Patricia Messing show how easy it is to train tiny eaters to love fresh, healthful foods and satisfy grown-up appetites at the same time. How to make mouthwatering meals in minutes and concoct nutritious snacks without sugar or salt. Everything you need to know to adapt wholesome fare to feed baby and the rest of the family at one sitting. Plus weekly menus for toddlers and special advice on feeding the overweight child.
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This is an incredible book, and I would LOVE it if they made one for teens, young adults, moms-to-be, MENOPAUSAL and POST-MENOPAUSAL WOMEN, etc.! ALL those times in our lives when it would help SO MUCH to have one book to look up: vitamins needed, supplements necessary, what's normal, what's not, etc. Well that's what I think, anyway! You have a terrific product. Thank you SO VERY MUCH!!! :D
Two things to know about me that may help you decide whether this book is for you: we have a farm-share and get a big box of vegetables each week and I'm always looking for ways to cook them up. This book helps me cook them in ways that are good and also appropriate for my daughter to eat. Ålso, I set aside one day per week to cook my brains out, and freeze a lot to last our family through the week. I work a full time job outside the home and I couldn't make these dishes for dinner every night.
Also, you do need to add salt or sugar to some dishes before adults eat them, but that's standard for babyfood to have little to no sodium or sugar.
The woman who gave me this book (a vegatarian) is still using this book after 15 years. It has a few basic recipes that hold up very well. I love it!