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Beaba Baby’s First Foods with Babycook Cookbook

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Not worth getting Review by WENDY
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Very Western Cooking
Found that the recipe can be found online without the need to buy the recipe. Limited recipes for 6-8mths.

(Posted on 11/20/2020)

Delicious and can’t wait to try Review by Abigail
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I love the idea that this book was created by 2 Chef parents who wanted to introduce seasonal baby food and they paired up with a nutritionist to create these recipes. Not for those who prefer an Asian palette since these are French recipes as Beaba is also a French brand. BUT to all the adventurous parents out there who would like to even introduce herbs and spices to your little ones, this is a great guide to do so.

(Posted on 9/23/2020)

Informative Book Review by Cheryl
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Read many review before deciding to purchase. I would say it is a very informative book thou it is more on western style. But it is ok for me at least it gives me idea, and I can just tweak it to my liking. I like the first few pages, that list the info on what and when to feed according to baby's age, which serves as a good reference. FYI, this book is not only for babycook users, it is applicable to all! Would be even better if there are more recipes!

(Posted on 6/1/2020)

Good enough Review by Shazah
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The cookbook has lots of very easy and yummy recipes to follow, but i wish there were more baby led weaning recipes or ideas following the pureed foods.
Overall is good !

(Posted on 5/18/2020)

Babycook book Review by Belle
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Never expect it to be very western type. Thought it will be clear cut simple weaning recipe but no. Lots of unfamiliar ingredients and I feel it's hard to prepare.

(Posted on 5/13/2020)

Not a fan - somewhat complex Review by Lui
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Summary of the food to be eaten by baby at which stage is helpful though.

(Posted on 4/27/2020)

More suited for western cooking Review by Mel
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Find that some of the ingredients not very “local”, and Chinese cooking. However the summary charts are helpful to know what babies can have at which stage.

(Posted on 4/13/2020)

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