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The Baby-led Weaning Cookbook: 130 Recipes That Will Help Your Baby Learn to Eat Solid Foodsand That the Whole Family Will Enjoy (Anglais) Broché – 3 avril 2012

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"[Baby-led weaning] makes life so much easier" (The Times)

"I see many happy children, who choose their own food independently and eat at their own pace" (Stefan Kleintjes, paediatric dietician)

"the benefits are great" (Independent)

"It sounds like common sense: after all, would you want to be strapped into a high chair and force-fed spoon after spoon of bland vegetables? It's surely much more exciting to be able to exercise a bit of control over your diet" (Guardian)

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In Baby-led Weaning, leading health visitor Gill Rapley and journalist and mum Tracey Murkett introduced parents to a common sense, easy and enjoyable approach to feeding your child, allowing your baby to join in with family meals right from the start of the weaning process. Now The Baby-led Weaning Cookbook offers comprehensive recipes and meal plans to follow so the entire family can take part in making your child a happy and confident eater.

Full of healthy, delicious meals the whole family will enjoy, and beautifully illustrated throughout, The Baby-led Weaning Cookbook also includes:

- simple advice on how to start weaning

- essential at-a-glance information on nutrition and food safety

- recipes for desserts and family dinners, as well as ideas for quick snacks and lunch boxes

- anecdotes and quotes from parents

The Baby-led Weaning Cookbook will give parents the confidence to create exciting and enjoyable mealtimes, allowing their baby to develop his skills as he progresses with food.

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  • Broché: 186 pages
  • Editeur : Experiment (3 avril 2012)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 9781615190492
  • ISBN-13: 978-1615190492
  • ASIN: 161519049X
  • Dimensions du produit: 17,8 x 1,1 x 23,2 cm
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par ---- le 16 décembre 2012
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Un livre très utile quand on pratique la DME et qu'on en a marre de donner des légumes vapeurs à bébé. Les recettes sont sympas, et toute la famille en profite.
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Everything the Original Baby Led Weaning Book Should've Been 18 mars 2011
Par Megan Romer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I was already well into the BLW process when we bought this book, but as an avid BLW evangelist, I had to have it anyway, for the lending library, at the very least.

I wish I could take my original BLW book back and get just this one instead. The first several chapters are, in essence, a re-hashing of the original BLW book, but explained in a much simpler way, laid out more nicely, and with visual aids (charts, graphs, and -- of course -- completely adorable pictures of babies). It does offer some nice bullet-pointed lists absent from the original book that are tremendously useful -- things like "What to Expect," "Keeping Mealtimes Safe," "Common Allergens," and the like, as well as charts of relevant feeding skills by age. Also, this book offers nice long lists of actual suggestions of a variety of first and second foods, which the original book did not.

Truthfully, it just looks nicer and reads more easily than the original book.

As for the recipe section, I think it's quite useful. I'm a fairly good cook and menu planner, and part of the point of going the BLW route was so that the baby could quickly transition to eating basically what we (the adults) were eating. However, I know that I found myself befuddled after having the baby in how to suddenly cook as a Mom. In the old days, I could spend all afternoon preparing complex and leisurely meals... the transition to quick, one-pot cookery was not a graceful (or particularly tasty) one for me, and trying to develop meals based on how quickly I could eat them with only one free hand was tricky, to say the least. It took me several months to really find my rhythm in the kitchen again, and I suspect this cookbook might've helped. Simple, nutritious, cross-cultural recipes that are written lightly, as loose frameworks and templates so the cook can tweak as needed... it's a simple, inspiration-stirring bunch of dishes.

The recipes are not ethnocentric -- Thai, Japanese, Moroccan, British, American, French, and Italian recipes are all represented. As, for us, part of the appeal of BLW was raising a child who enjoyed a wide variety of flavors and ingredients, it's great to see that inclusiveness represented.

I appreciated the book's quiet support of long-term breastfeeding, though formula-feeding parents need not fear... the book's language and message is applicable to anyone who fed their baby on cue from the beginning, regardless of whether they were on the breast or the bottle.
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Get this instead of the original baby led weaning book 20 mars 2011
Par Kristin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
If you are considering purchasing the original baby-led weaning book, don't. After reading it, I told people it was useful but too long - it could be condensed into a pamphlet. Well, the beginning of this book is just that. It's a great summary of the first book and all you need for baby-led weaning.

I was at first disappointed in the recipes. For breakfast, they have recipes for oatmeal and french toast. Do those really require recipes? But as I read more, I was pleased to see so many different cultures represented. So far we've tried the oatmeal fingers (equal parts milk or water with oats, microwaved, and cut into spears), the bubble and squeak (for St. Patty's Day), and the Japanese Rice Balls (stuffed with cucumber and avocado).

As a vegetarian, I wish it had more veggie friendly main dishes, but there is a small section. I also have some concerns about some of the ingredients like soy, milk, and eggs. These are all foods I have read in other resources to avoid, but they're used over and over in these recipes. I have chosen to wait on these foods for my little guy, so will also have to wait on many of the recipes.

Overall a good book that gave me many ideas for what to cook that we can all enjoy.
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Buy this instead of the BLW book! 28 mars 2012
Par Kate W - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
After borrowing the original "Baby Led Weaning" book and the previous edition of the cookbook from the library, I can confidently say that this cookbook is better and more useful than the BLW book. The first 40 pages of the cookbook cover thoroughly why baby led weaning is a good idea and basic tips. Really, any more than that (as in the BLW book) gets repetitive and dull. Then this cookbook has over 100 pages of recipes.

I like the recipes. The authors are British, and the recipes reflect a broad variety of tastes. Tonight we had "Fish Cakes" (pg 111) for dinner, which my husband declared to be surprisingly good for coming from a baby cookbook. My eight month old had a blast. I like that the recipes are written for "1 adult and 1 baby" or "2 adults and 1 baby" to be convenient for small families. I'm sure larger families could just double the recipes. The book is also pleasingly designed overall, but it would have been nice to have pictures of the food.

Just so you know, I'm not a baby led weaning die hard. My daughter eats jarred baby food at daycare, but we are trying baby led weaning at home for dinners and weekends. This book has helped me have more confidence about what and how I feed my daughter. I highly recommend it!
11 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
good 18 mars 2013
Par Meg - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I was looking for ideas for my 7 month old who would have nothing to do with baby food. After 3 months of trying to force feed him baby food I had basically decided I needed to try table foods, but was not sure how to go about it. He didn't have the fine motor skills for feeding himself bite-size pieces of food and I was worried about him choking, so this book was a great resource for me getting started. Some reviewers have said you could get all this information on the internet or that it's common sense, but for me having a thorough set of guidelines all in one place has been extremely helpful (I started with the internet and didn't find all the information I was looking for). I also took the advice of many reviewers who advised this over the original book, bc it opens with several chapters that give you all the informaion you need regarding "baby led weaning" and I agree. I actually haven't even used the recipes yet bc with the ideas in the first chapters I've been able to modify our family meals to suit my baby without needing any new recipes, but I read through them and plan on using some of them when I find the time! There's a lot of helpful information including healthy guidelines for babies (like they need as little salt as possible bc their kidneys aren't developed), preparing food to suit their developing fine motor skills at different stages, how babies learn to chew and swallow (including the difference between choking and gagging), and what to expect (a lot of playing and exploring food with their mouth with a gradual move toward more actual eating), etc. Some of it has really helped me to know what to do and other parts are just reassuring to me that he's not going to choke and that it's ok to just offer him food and see what he does rather than stressing about how much he's actually eating. It's been really helpful to me. My baby has been much happier with feeding himself than me trying to feed him and he is gradually eating more! It is so nice to sit down and eat a family meal together, just put food on his tray and let me do his thing, rather than trying to feed an unwilling baby! I still get a little nervous about choking and food allergies (there's not a lot of info on food allergies), but so far so good. It definitely beats the alternative for my baby. I ordered it on Kindle and if I had it to do over I would prefer the paper copy - it's easier to me to bookmark a real book than on the kindle, so a book that's a resource is nice to have the paper version.
23 internautes sur 32 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Good variety, but no photos 17 mars 2011
Par LBS - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
The first 5 chapters of this book is a summary of the first book Baby Led Weaning. It also includes cute photos of babies eating various foods with their hands. There is a very useful table that goes by age and skill level and describes what foods are appropriate, such as large sticks at 6 months when they are just learning to aim food towards their mouth, then moving on to peas at at 8 months when they have a refined pincer grip.
The recipes offer a lot of variety but no photos, which is why I took away 1 star. Since the authors are from England, I was not familiar with some of the foods, so it would be nice to see the presentation of Bubble & Squeak, a dish made with mashed potatoes and cabbage or Toad in the Hole, a popover stuffed with sausages. There is a good mix of classic recipes like chicken nuggets, potato salad, beef stew, and broiled fish to curries like green thai curry chicken and saag paneer (sauteed spinach with cheese/tofu) to moroccan lamb tagine (stew with tomatoes, apricots, & raisins) and risottos and pastas.
I took away another star because the recipes do not have a time estimate of how long it will take for prep and cooking. The measurements are in US cups/oz/tsp/etc. and most of the ingredients are easy to find at the local grocery.
Overall, it's a good guide for how to start Baby Led Weaning with recipes that the rest of the family will like to eat.
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