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101 DIY Baby Food Pouches: Incredibly Easy Recipes for Reusable Pouches

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Feed your baby better, save money, and waste less with the homemade puree recipes in 101 DIY Baby Food Pouches.

Starting your baby on solids is an exciting developmental period that comes with many choices and some challenges. With baby keeping you very busy already, the convenience and portability of prepackaged, squeezable purees, are hard to resist—but they are expensiv
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Published September 4th 2018 by Fair Winds Press
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This book was offered to me by Quarto Publishing with an awesome timing. My son is 3 months old, and will begin eating in a couple of months.

I did my own purees when my daughter began eating, but reusable pouches were expensive at the time. I never thought to buy some now for her. This is such an easy way to reduce the amount of waste that we produce!

My only somewhat negative point is that there’s no indication of when give each puree to a baby. It would have been great to have the recipes clas
Jessica Rodrigues
Aug 13, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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I'd heard about other parents making their own babies' food and was always vaguely interested, but this was my first real exposure to it.

It was not as complicated as I'd feared. It seems pretty manageable. These recipes will encourage your baby to be a budding foodie (and might encourage you to eat your vegetables, too.)

If you're iffy on using pouches for baby food, the author points out that you can feed baby these recipes in whatever format you'd like.

I'm looking forward to sharing some new f
Ro Scott
Sep 07, 2018 rated it it was amazing
101 DIY Baby Food Pouches is just the kind of book I needed to read in order to find out what type of pouches I needed to purchase and use. I also knew about pureeing many fruits and veg but needed more ideas and this book had so many good ideas that I never thought of. If you want to make your own homemade unprocessed baby food for pouches, this is the book you need to read. Would make a great baby shower gift too.
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“101 DIY Baby Food Pouches: Incredibly Easy Recipes for Reusable Pouches” shares scads of recipes for food pouches you can make at home to better feed your baby. You can save money with homemade food concocted with fresh healthy ingredients, while reducing waste by reusing your DIY pouches over and over. You can also make pouch purees in batches and freeze them for later use, so meals are always at hand. Highly recommended!

Pub Date 04 Sep 2018

Thanks to Quarto Publishing Group – Fair Winds Press
Jul 03, 2020 rated it really liked it
Loads of lovely ideas for a healthier pouch when weaning you’re baby. Nothing world shattering but a good little book to have on your shelf if you want to feed your baby foods made by you without added chemicals.

I received a copy of this book via Netgalley in exchange for honest review
Akshi Barkando
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Kristi Schmitz
Aug 28, 2018 rated it really liked it
As a mom of three children, the constant food recalls make me nervous. So often, I think about the effects of chemicals and preservatives (food science experiments, if you will) not only on myself but on my children. I love the idea of making baby foods on my own rather than relying on store bought jars. For one, the selection available in stores isn't great. By making your own baby food pouches, you can get your baby to try new flavors and food combos. I loved that there was a huge variety of r ...more
Linda Richardson
Sep 25, 2018 rated it really liked it
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Lots of interesting recipes for Moms and anyone looking for a gift for a Baby Shower. I recommend this for anyone who has purchased a baby food pouch maker for themselves or a friend.
Jess Haberman
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For modern moms. This book permits the moms to reduce the time of cooking and get more times with their children. The technique is fantastic and the results are delicious and healthy.
I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher ---

Feed your baby better while saving money and wasting less with 101 recipes for food pouches you can make at home.
Starting your baby on solids is exciting, the developmental period for babies and parents. It’s hard to resist the convenience and portability of prepackaged, squeezable purees, but they are expensive and laden with preservatives. Lucky for you, making homemad
Denice Langley
Sep 21, 2018 rated it it was amazing
When my child was small, I'd use a food mill and spend many an hour making her food to take to daycare. Small plastic containers were used and I always hoped the lids would stay on. With reusable food pouches, not only is the preparation streamlines, but the actual feeding is no longer a task. Included are many recipes to help you insure your child's diet is healthy and nutritious. This is a great reference for any mother who is trying to manage their time and insure their child is healthy. ...more
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Feb 14, 2019 rated it it was ok
I am reviewing this book for Kawn Al-jabbouri; Anni Daulter; Kelly Genzlinger; Katherine Erlich, and NetGalley who gave me a copy of their book for an honest review.
Would have loved this book when my three were tiny. I would have certainly used these recipes. Lots of ideas including lots of recipes I had not seen before
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