As anyone that has written a manuscript knows, the completion of and creation of a book is like having a baby. I have madly researched recipes, talking to parents from around the world about what they feed their children.
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Studied taste bud development and the science of how we learn to eat and accept flavor. All this obsessive passion led to a book deal with Quirk Books I love them!! Also how photographers can make baby food purees look like glamorous little bowls of goodness go Christine Han! My whole life I have wanted to find a career I was passionate about.
Around The World In 80 Purees by Leena Saini | Waterstones
After having children, I was at home, not quite knowing what my path would be in life. But my little Kirina, God love her. I could customize all of the flavors and I could do different things with it. How did you decide what recipes would go into the book? What was your research process like?
The first thing I did was think about my own childhood. I knew that I had a pretty well stocked spice cabinet, so I just visited my pantry and try different things. That started the adventure. I started talking to parents—Turkish friends, Filipino friends, and different mom groups and blogging networks where you can really get a global viewpoint of what someone in Mexico is feeding their baby compared to what someone in Japan is feeding their baby. There are also a lot of pediatricians and research scientists that have studied what children eat around the world, and I had a whole host of resources.
Those international articles were great, and a lot of the medical journals were pretty handy too, in terms of what spices are safe to use and [in terms of] baby safety. Yes, definitely.
Around the World in 80 Purees
Around the World in 80 Purees: Easy Recipes for Global Baby Food
In stock online Usually dispatched within 24 hours. Quantity Add to basket. This item has been added to your basket View basket Checkout. Your local Waterstones may have stock of this item. First foods for little eaters don't have to be bland and boring! Studies show that babies who are exposed to a variety of tastes grow up to be more adventurous and less fussy!
This comprehensive and easy-to-follow book is the perfect resource for parents of toddlers aged months who want to broaden their baby's palate. The great thing about these baby foods is that most of them at least the ones I perused through do not include "crazy" ingredients that you've never heard of or are hard to come by.
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For the most part, they all contain ingredients that you are familiar with, but maybe had never thought to put them together in such a way, especially for babies. Added to basket. Nosh for Busy Mums and Dads. Joy May. The Ultimate Children's Cookbook. Top Meals in Minutes.