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Whole Foods for Babies and Toddlers Spiral-bound – July 1, 2001
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I feel more determined to make sure our daughter eats only what mom and dad eat--nutritious whole foods--which only makes sense, right? If you are not all about convenience foods this is the book for you to read.
This book spends far more time decrying corporate greed and less time on the subject of BEGINNING solids. I also found the argument against low quality commercial baby food to be weak when they suggest you start your baby off with just that-in the form of infant rice cereal-fortified with iron even -and that's after they tell you that this stuff doesn't have iron that is as absorbable as other foods and is low quality from a bad company... I felt like this book was very much a product of its publishing era...when the ideas that commercial food wasn't all it was chalked up to be -was just getting up steam. So much has changed since this book's publication. I personally feel there should be a revised edition of this book for the purposes of being up to date and fixing all the typos. I didn't feel like I got much new information, or specific information, or information I couldn't have gotten off the Internet. I got more info on the le leche league forum in the starting solids section with less reading than from the book. If you want good info for beginning solids...go there: [...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is not a review, but an answer to whether this book met my expectations. I had expected an updated version of the original "Whole Foods forthe Whole Family" which has... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great ideas for healthy food and meals. Good resource and reminder of age appropriate choices and options for an important stage of development.Published on September 27, 2013 by CMD
This book has excellent information regarding the baby food industry and the benefits of making your own baby foods. However, this book isn't all about purees--far from it. Read morePublished on October 20, 2012 by specialK
I have thoroughly enjoyed this cookbook. I still go to it for recipes for my whole family. It's easy, thorough, and simple, yet very tasty. Read morePublished on November 6, 2009 by J. Salowitz
I found a lot of the information dated compared with other books I have read, recently. There are very few pictures/illustrations and what's there is boring black and white. Read morePublished on July 24, 2008 by Marilyn M. Foerster
My doctors office recommended this book along with Super Baby Food. I would highly recommend Super Baby Food over this book. Read morePublished on November 26, 2007 by Jaime B. Bower
I love this book! It has everything I need to know about making my own healthy nourishing baby foods. It's very easy to read. Read morePublished on October 17, 2007 by C. Jubelt