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I found it very helpful. Overall, I found her recommending more food than I think an ebf babe needs at each stage + placed too much emphasis on grains + hasn't been updated in a long time so the allergy information isn't up-to-date. I did appreciate that the book really focuses on the preparation of whole foods and we do use the various cereal recipes a lot. Our 2y still eats a super oatmeal/flax cereal for breakfast each day.
It, combined with the website wholesomebabyfood (helpful but poorly organized) were very helpful.
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