Feeding kids. It can be topic with so much sensitivity and worry and confusion from the very beginning (the first solids), but these words from new mama and home cook (and cookbook writer/restaurant owner) came as a relief. In short, her approach to feeding her daughter June was largely shaped by two people who offered these words:
"there is no such thing as baby food," and
"whole foods are best. Cereals are not great first foods, because babies’ bodies aren’t able to break down complex starches. Babies need fat and protein. And mostly, babies - and mothers - need good, simple food."
She talks about how she does this, in detail, and it just feels wise. [Orangette] How do you approach feeding your kids?