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Are there cookbooks for making baby food?

Alan Greene, MD
Pediatrics
There are a growing number of great resources both on and off-line for making delicious, nutritious baby food.

Feeding Baby Green features not only easy recipes, but also the key windows of opportunity for developing our children’s eating habits using not just taste, but all of the senses.

It details a totally new approach to cultivating age-appropriate abilities to recognize and enjoy healthy amounts of great food, during critical moments of development.
Feeding Baby Green: The Earth Friendly Program for Healthy, Safe Nutrition During Pregnancy, Childhood, and Beyond

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