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Top 100 Baby Purees
Veteran mom and bestselling author Annabel Karmel has compiled a collection of best-ever purees that are quick, easy, and simply delicious. Making your own baby food is certainly economical, but more importantly, it ensures that your baby consumes only the freshest, top-quality ingredients. From those first few bites to meals for older babies, every recipe is suitable for children ages 6 months and older. Beautifully presented, Top 100 Baby Purees is filled with appetizing photographs, food facts, top tips, and a handy chart for each recipe that lists appropriate age range, portion amount, cooking time, and whether or not it is suitable for freezing. Also included: timesaving food preparation tips, tricks on finding hidden nutrition in everyday foods, how to freeze and reheat your homemade baby food, tips on weaning and transitioning your baby to solids, and food allergies.
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I really loved all of the recipes. If I didnt have time to make the vegatable or chicken stock, I simply put the stock ingredients(bay leaf, peppercorn,carrot peelings,garlic clove,thyme) in a large measuring cup with the suggested amount of liquid for the recipe and through it in the microwave. This insured more flavor then just using water.
For those concerned about the ingredients at certain ages I just wanted to point out that the forward for the book was written by the head of Tribeca Pediatrics who happens to be my pediatrician and runs one of largest practices in New York City.( I didn't know ahead of time as it was given as a gift, but it certainly gave me confidence in using it as instructed)
I followed along and my son had no issues at all. Tuna pasta, salmon with OJ and cheese, bolognase were a few of his favorites. I often doubled the recipes adn froze them. Love the oxo 2oz ( for fruit and veggies) 4oz for protein meals freezer containers.