As Ms. Kaz and I begin to consider maybe thinking about possibly having another child, maybe, it might be time to revisit baby foods.
The Contra Costa Times (via the San Jose Mercury News) tackles two options beyond the traditional grocery store bought, big brand, jarred baby foods.
In the first article, they discuss the new trend of providing babies with “gourmet” baby foods. The companies claim their foods are fresher and therefore better tasting and better for your baby. I remember our daughter liking vegetarian vichyssoise a lot. That’s pretty gourmet, right?
The second article deals with an less expensive option, although one which requires the parents have some spare time – making your own baby food. The article offers some important safety tips, some tips on food choices, some time saving tips, and even a recipe. We dabbled in
these dark arts making our own baby food when our daughter was, well, a baby. It was a short-lived experiment.
Anyone had success with making your own baby foods? If we have another kid, and if we try making our own again, you can be sure I’ll be documenting our successes and failures here…