Product Review - So Easy Baby Food Kit

Product Description:
The So Easy Baby Food Kit takes all of the guesswork out of making baby food. This all-in-one kit shows you how to prepare fresh, natural meals for your baby in less than 30 minutes a week. We all know fresh is best. Let the So Easy Baby Food Kit be your guide to nurture your growing baby with a balanced diet and provide the right start to a lifetime of healthy eating.
The award-winning kit includes everything you need to get started, and of course it’s so easy. A complete system including a cookbook, how-to video, freezer storage trays, and nutrition tips card leave you with only one thing to add - fresh ingredients!
Parents say that when they use the So Easy system of making baby food that they feel great about what they are doing for their growing baby. Your baby will look forward to their meals too and you’ll enjoy yummy smiles from your baby right from the start.
So Easy Baby Food Kit includes:
Cookbook: covers introducing solid food, includes over 40 recipes, hundreds of serving suggestions, and is all organized by age. (Hardcover, 118 pages).
Freezer trays: designed for storing baby food in pre-portioned one ounce servings to simplify meal time and reduce waste. (2 trays and 2 lids, spill-proof, stackable, dishwasher-safe).
How-to DVD: offers step-by-step instruction - from selecting the right produce - to making baby food - to serving it.
Nutrition tips card: gives you tips on the best sources of nutrients, introducing foods by age, first aid for choking, and more. (Waterproof Finish)
The So Easy Baby Food Kit is designed for babies making the transition from breast or bottle to solid foods. (babies about 6 months old).
My review:
I absolutely love the way this book and kit is organized!  It's designed to help you walk through the process of introducing a variety of foods to your child and lets you document your progress right in the book!  The DVD reinforces the book and gives you step by step instructions for just about everything - making it truly simple to get organized and get making your own baby food.  Even after raising Liam, there are things to consider that I hadn't thought about last time around, and as I prepare to start Erik on solid foods in a few months, it weighs on my mind that we've got so many food issues with Liam because of his Autism, that we may have made worse by our choices when he was younger (allowing him to reject foods) 
One of the things I like most about this book compared to others is that it presents both sides of an argument and lets you decide for yourself... for instance it doesn't tell you to choose organic vegetables, but it does tell you both about the higher cost of purchasing organic and the effects of pesticides.   The same thing with the fresh vs. frozen debate - it lays out the facts and lets you make the best decision for you and your family.
Another thing I like is that it helps you incorporate additions and modifications to the recipes like adding seasonings, mixing flavors and when to introduce certain tastes.
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