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    Preparation And Storage Of Baby Food

    Preparation And Storage Of Baby Food

    Cleanliness is extremely important when it comes to preparing food for babies.  Adults might be able to withstand the bacteria of week-long leftovers but your baby will not. Their immune system is only just developing and needs you to take extra care and attention in the kitchen.  A bout of food poisoning could make them very ill. Below are my guidelines for healthy food preparation and how to freeze and defrost your homemade baby food recipes.

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    Using Stock Cubes in Baby Food

    Using Stock Cubes in Baby Food

    Homemade stock is by far the best and will give your food a wonderful wholesome flavour. However it can be very difficult to find the time to make your own stock. This is where low-salt stock cubes are a great substitute! Using stock in your baby’s food will make your purées, soups, stews, curries and risottos taste much better. They are particularly important for giving a good flavour base when using little or no salt.

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    How To Avoid A Fussy Eater

    How To Avoid A Fussy Eater

    Feeding your baby nutritious food can be one of the greatest gifts you can give. Many acclaimed studies show that what babies eat in their first year can profoundly affect their growth, development and overall health - not just now, but forever. Moreover, if you start your baby off eating a healthy, varied diet, you can influence their food preferences and taste buds. You will foster open-mindedness in your baby about trying different foods and most importantly, they will be much more likely to try to eat healthy foods by choice throughout their life. At Mummy Cooks, we want to inspire, educate and empower parents to cook healthy homemade food for their children.

    The following Steps will help you develop a good eater in the first year:

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    10 Tips For Developing Utensil Skills

    10 Tips For Developing Utensil Skills

    Using utensils take more fine motor control and coordination than most toddlers have. In fact some children will not master the use of cutlery until the age of four. With a little planning, patience and positive attitude parents can successfully introduce and encourage their toddler to use their utensils. Teaching your child to use utensils will increase motor development and aid in progressing their pincer grasp.

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    When To Start Weaning

    When To Start Weaning

    Knowing when to start weaning your  baby can be very confusing for parents, especially with your first baby. Although there is a lot of conflicting information around the subject, new research shows that delaying starting to wean until your baby is six months is a little too late. I believe this is very true and you need to give your baby at least two weeks to get used to solids. This will ensure that from six months your baby can move quickly, ready for the different stages of weaning.

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    The Facts On Shop Bought Baby Food

    The Facts On Shop Bought Baby Food

    Commercial baby foods are perfectly acceptable and are useful when travelling or eating away from home. The food section of any supermarket gives you an amazing range of gorgeously packaged, utterly delicious-sounding, prepared foods that need no more preparation than removing the lid or opening the box.

    However, we should not rely on commercial baby food and use homemade baby food as much as possible.

    “Homemade foods expose babies to more flavours and a wider variety of family foods and as a result babies tend to be less picky about foods as they grow up”.

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