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[FEED ME I'M YOURS - REVISED (REVISED)] By Lansky, Vicki(Paperback) on 01-Nov-2004 Paperback – 1 Nov 2004


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  • Paperback
  • Publisher: Meadowbrook Press (1 Nov 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 068402862X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0684028620
  • ASIN: B001EEH7E8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,628,488 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Economy, increased nutritional awareness, and concerns about processed foods are some of the reasons why many parents are making their own baby food. Read the first page
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 12 April 1999
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This was the only how-to book I had when my six-month old began eating solids, and it really helped me get started. Now that he is a bit older (13 months) I'm a bit disconcerted by the routine use of sugar, fat, white flour, etc. in many of the recipes and recommended foods. While suggesting items such as bacon, frankfurters, etc. it does note that they should be limited. But many modern nutritionists wouldn't suggest them AT ALL (or so it seems to me as a layperson). I'd say this is a fine book for getting your very young baby started, but once s/he is older keep this book as one among several that you turn to for advice. After all, it can be nice to have a book that doesn't make you feel like a rotten mother for giving your kid a small amount of sugar or white flour!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 9 April 1997
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This book is better than jarred baby food, but not much. Babies should be breastfed for at least the first year, and offered solids when they become interested. If you have to grind it up and mush it to give it to them, they are probably too young to want it anyway. Skip the grinders, food processors and freezer trays and just wait until your baby wants the food you are eating.
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By A Customer on 15 Jan 1999
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A good guide to introducting nutritious, minimally processed foods to your young children. Commercial baby foods contain so many preservatives and fillers, not to mention being expensive, it's good to see that modern people are still doing it the "old fashioned" way. Another review of this book knocks the concept of making your own baby food, but it is a smart and nutritionally sound alternative to purchasing it, and can partially prevent your child's unconscious conditioning to artificially sweetened or salted processed foods. I personally think that, in turn, can prevent your child from rejecting some new foods (especially vegetables) introduced to them as toddlers simply because they don't taste like "prepared" foods they had been accustomed to on a store-bought baby food diet. If you're cooking healthily for yourself anyway it only makes sense to take a portion of your food and process it yourself for the baby, it's hardly any effort and the results are really worthwhile.
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What an excellent tool for parents. My husband and I have eaten primarily home cooked meals for 15 years, and now I can continue that tradition with our son. The book provides wonderful alternatives to jarred foods when baby just won't eat. I found creative ideas to use throughout the preschool years, as well.
I've given several copies away as baby gifts, not only to first time moms, but to those who are having a second or third child. This book is full of helpful and fun ideas for mealtime and snacks.
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By A Customer on 20 Oct 1997
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This will be my 8th copy purchased for personal use. I keeploaning them to friends and they "forget" to give them back. I first purchased one at a garage sale when my first child was 6 mos, it proved invaluable. I loaned it to a friend and found myself looking for another. Oh, well. The best thing is most of the recipies and ideas are easy to remember so I can duplicate much of it from memory but some of the clever presentation tricks have to be referred to from time to time when you don't use them as much (love the "sailboat sandwitches"). I should probably just buy a case to give one away everytime a friend or colegue has a baby or a picky toddler, or a B-day party for a elementary school age child. Then again I could just give them the title and point them to Amazon.com(grin). END
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