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#1 of 6 Old 11-18-2005, 06:33 PM - Thead Starter
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I'm hoping to be able to not by ANY baby foor for Kieran. I have pureed some pears and am freezing them for use in the next week or so.

Here's some links I found today:

http://homecooking.about.com/library.../bl091997a.htm

http://www.mo-river.net/Health/home_made_baby_foods.htm

http://www.rlrouse.com/home-made-baby-food.html

http://www.healthykids.com/hk/story....ref=cat1890103

http://www.recipegoldmine.com/baby/baby.html

http://dmoz.org/Home/Cooking/For_Children/Baby_Food/ (list of links)

All I did was Google baby+food+homemade and selected a few to check out. Also try www.Gerber.com. They have charts and stuff to print and use.
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I didn't buy any baby food for Elizabeth. I bought a book and did research online...found everything I needed.

If you need anything...please feel free to ask me.

Pssst...it's a lot cheaper than buying jarred baby food. That's one of the reasons why I made all of it.
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Very cool! When Aidan starts solids I may give these a try this time! Thanks!
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I've got a couple of articles on BabyU as well .. including one that I wrote back when I was making Cody's food.

Make Your Own Baby Food- The Easy Way!
How to Make Your Own Baby Food and Save a Fortune!
Homemade Baby Food
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I bought (or was given - I don't remember) the book Super Baby Food, http://www.superbabyfood.com/ . There were some really good recipes in it, as I recall.
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You know I was gonna make all of Kate's food and I still haven't. I caved and bought it

Maybe next time

Oh but I do think its great that ya all made your own! I'll have to remember that next time!
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