Our series on organic gardening has many parents planning a kitchen garden this spring. But what should you plant in it if you’re also wanting to whip up several batches of home-blended baby food this summer? Which vegetables are easiest to cook and process? Which ones have you found are sure-fire hits with baby? The easiest for my son were sweet potatoes, yams, and squash—all of which don’t mature until later in the season. Are there other veggies that have worked well for you? Thanks for providing some planting inspiration for other new parents!
Erika Jones of Organic Baby Resource just came out with a FREE downloadable e-book: The Organic Baby Food Guide. What a valuable tool for new parents . . . and you can’t beat the price!
Here’s what she has to say about it:
The Organic Baby Food Guide profiles 35 of the leading brands of baby food around the world so you don’t have to go out hunting for nutritious, organic options. Instead, we tell you where to find the foods in your area so you can comparison shop without leaving your home.
Just go here and you’ll find a link to get your own free guide!