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Veggie Butter Recipe

9 months + 12-ounces vegetarian gluten free This slow-cooking method creates a concentrated, rich, and delicious taste that brings out the sweetness of the vegetables. The protein in tahini provides both taste and nutrition; use as a spread on bread

Land Vegetable Considerations

When choosing vegetables, consider where they are grown, whether they are in season, whether they are organic, and which plant families they come from.

Types of Sea Vegetables

Sea vegetables brim with essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, and contain easily digestible proteins and healthy fats.

Vegetables for Your Baby

Your baby will probably be ready to start eating vegetables between six and eight months. Start with sweet, starchy vegetables, such as winter squash, carrots, and green peas. When first introducing vegetables to your baby, prepare them as broth, blended soups, and simple purees.

A Guide to the Recipes

My goal is to offer you cooking principles and general methods that can be used for a variety of foods. The basic principles in these recipes provide the foundation necessary to cook for your child’s first three years and older.

Steamed Kale Recipe

Leafy greens, rich in vitamin A, chlorophyll, and calcium, are an excellent food for nursing mothers. Kale has magnesium and calcium as well.

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