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Garibay Soup: Making Baby Food

Thursday, January 10, 2008

Making Baby Food

I am really curious about making baby food. I wonder if it's worth it. Is it cheaper? I feed Ella Earth's Best. I do not want all the wonderful additives that Gerber so generously gives out. So, I guess the main thing is this...I honestly don't care about the price, but thought it might be cool to make the baby food. Which would be better for her? Earth's best is organic. Hmmmm... I think this is something I might start researching... if any of you wonderful blog friends out there have any ideas for me on this please let me know!! I'd love to hear horror and success stories. I have so much on my plate with work (I work at home) and my children I don't understand why I try to make my life more difficult in picking up little tasks like this. LOL ~ but then again I don't understand half the stuff I do to myself.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Mrs. Mordecai said...

I thought about it and decided it wasn't worth it for me. I opted for convenience.

However, we did save money by getting him on table food really quick. He never liked baby food.

One thing I've heard people do is get a tiny food mill. Then you can just put your dinner through it and feed it to her. If she's not allergic, etc. But Red Chief preferred to not eat mush.

January 11, 2008 at 7:54 AM  
Anonymous Laura said...

If you can borrow a copy of Vive le Vegan (Dreena Burton) from your library, you should definitely check it out! The book is aimed at vegans, but she has a section on making baby foods, ways to notice intolerances, introduction schedules etc. I'm not a parent, but I found it fascinating!

January 13, 2008 at 11:07 PM  
Blogger Kimberlee said...

We make our own baby food. Sort of ;) It is usually just something, or a part of something we are having for dinner anyway. It is easy.

January 14, 2008 at 4:53 PM  

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